One year ago many of us were thinking that this pandemic has to be ending soon, but now here we sit with record numbers of people testing positive for COVID-19 some becoming very sick, frontline workers burnt out and hospitals almost to capacity. On top of the fact that tens of thousands of people have lost their jobs and are trying to keep a roof over their heads.

This year more than ever this Thanksgiving meal could make a huge difference in the lives of some families out there. So here is how it works. Walmart is not giving away whole cooked meals, but you can get all the ingredients for the meal at Walmart for FREE.

Here is what you have to do: First- Download Ibotta and start earning cash back on things you buy every day. Get the app on your phone or the browser extension for your computer. Second- Follow the instructions to add all nine free Thanksgiving Dinner offers to Your list at Walmart. Here is a list of all the items you can get for dinner.

  • Butterball Turkey Breast includes a gravy packet $9.98
  • McCormick Gravy Pouch $1.12
  • Great Value Stuffing Mix 6oz $.82
  • Idahoan Mash Potatoes 8 oz pouch $1.88
  • Campbells condensed cream of mushroom soup 10.5 oz can $ .98
  • Great Value Cranberry Sauce 14 oz $ .98
  • Great Value Green Beans 12 oz $1.34
  • French's Crispy Fried Onions 2.8 oz  $1.92
  • Coca-Cola 2 liter bottle $1.89
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Redeem these 100% cash back offers and enjoy Turkey Day dinner on them just add seasoning! Available exclusively at Walmart. Shop in-store or order for pickup or delivery with the Ibotta app. Or, link your Walmart Pickup & Delivery account to shop online with the browser extension. Either way, you’ll get cash back.

If you are interested in this program make sure to get this done while supplies last. With more people doing social distancing and families and friends all staying home more people will end up cooking at home and this batch of food should be able to feed a family of five.

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