More than 90% of people in the United States gather on Thanksgiving to share a meal with their loved ones. But with inflation continuously increasing the cost of goods, many families may not be able to accommodate all of their invited guests. According to an October 11 Statista report, “the average price of ingredients for a 10-person Thanksgiving dinner amounted to $46.90.” As the costs of grocery staples continued to rise, last year’s meal average saw almost a $20 increase, costing an average of $64.05 to feed 10 people, per the Farm Bureau. Many are anticipating that this year will see another price hike on everything from turkey to cranberry sauce.
This isn’t the first time Aldi has provided shoppers with financial relief around the holidays. Last year, the company matched tons of holiday essentials to 2019 prices in an attempt to offer savings while inflation soared. This year, the savings continue as Aldi once again plans to discount everything from baking essentials to charcuterie fixings. Examples of discounts provided in the press release include a $1 discount on staples, such as butter, and more than $2 off pricier items, including brie cheeses and brioche rolls.
Aldi’s holiday discounts will last through the end of the year, so fans can take advantage of the savings all season long.