I want to host Thanksgiving, but I'm not made of money. So instead of heading straight to the poor house after Turkey day, I'm going to shop savvy and save some serious dough on the big meal.
Here are a few tips to help save $150 on your Thanksgiving dinner:
1. Change the Day
Who says Thanksgiving has to be held on Thursday? There are plenty of advantages to celebrating it later in the week. From a financial standpoint, you can't beat the day-after sales. The most expensive part of Thanksgiving is the turkey, and once Thanksgiving is over, the grocery stores are ready to unload their extra birds for less. You may also find deals on other Thanksgiving supplies like canned pumpkin, cranberries and stuffing. And if you've got two sides of the family begging for your presence at their special dinner, you can keep everyone happy by attending one