Walmart Is Offering A Free Thanksgiving Dinner Via A Rebate

Raise your hand if you’re already stressed about cooking Thanksgiving dinner this year. Yep, I’m raising my hand, too. Between having to remember everything at the store to timing the turkey, sides, and desserts to perfection, and it’s enough to make you wanna sleep until Black Friday. But Walmart is teaming up with Ibotta to make the monetary aspect of it all just a little bit easier.

The companies are currently offering 100 percent cash back offers on pretty much everything you need to make Thanksgiving dinner this year. We’re talking green beans, mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry sauce, stuffing, and of course, turkey. All you have to is download the Ibotta app or browser extension, then follow the instructions to add all of the nine Walmart Thanksgiving offers to your list. Then you’ll simply shop in-store and scan your receipt with the Ibotta app or order for pickup or delivery online by link your Walmart account to your browser extension. You’ll pay upfront and then you’ll be reimbursed for the suggested price of the items. (You can visit here for more details on the tech side of it all as well as any other questions you might have.)

Of course, the rebates will only be available for the exact products on this list from Walmart, and you’ll only be able to get back the rebate that’s listed on Ibotta (so if you get a heavier turkey for instance, you’ll only get $9.98 back regardless of what you pay). Still, money back is money back! This deal will only be available while supplies last, so yet another incentive to get your Thanksgiving shopping done early.

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