This year the holidays may look different due to COVID-19, but Walmart is partnering with a few other companies to provide a free Thanksgiving meal to many Americans.


In a year with so much strife and toil, for some, it might feel a little harder to practice gratitude, especially around Thanksgiving. Being unable to gather with family as usual on, arguably, the most family-oriented and food-centric holiday in America.

Many people are finding themselves cooking a Thanksgiving meal for the first time, having to buy all the ingredients and elements themselves, or trying to scale down the size of all their recipes.

Walmart is partnering with Ibotta, Campbell's, Butterball, and Coca-Cola in hopes of easing some of that stress.

Shoppers can download the Ibotta app or web browser extension, select the "Free Thanksgiving Dinner" offer, then shop for Thanksgiving items at any Walmart or online at Walmart.com. Afterwards, shoppers scan their receipt or connect their Walmart account to verify the purchase and receive 100% cashback.

The items included in the deal are:

-Campbell's condensed cream of mushroom soup (10.5-ounce can)

-2-liter bottle of Coke

-All varieties of Butterball 3-pound turkey roast or $9.98 cash back on all Butterball whole turkeys

-McCormick turkey gravy seasoning packet (0.87-ounce package)

-French's crispy onions (2.8-ounce package)

-Idahoan instant mashed potatoes (8-ounce package)

-Great Value stuffing (6-ounce package)

-Great Value cranberry sauce (14-ounce can)

-Great Value frozen green beans (12-ounce bag)

It is available through November 26.

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