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2012 Thanksgiving Dinner Coupons

By November 19, 2012

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This year's Thanksgiving dinner costs are expected to average $50.99 to feed a family of 10. But you can cut the cost of turkey day and save money on groceries. These Thanksgiving dinner coupons have you covered from the entree to the dessert.

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Thanksgiving coupons cut the price of your feast.
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Butterball is offering $5 in coupons when you buy a Butterball Frozen or Fresh Whole Turkey.

HoneyBaked Ham is offering coupons galore. Get $5 off a bone-in ham or $3 off a boneless ham. Buy a ham and get a smoked or roasted turkey breast for $22.99. Other coupons cover your side dishes with 3 heat and serve sides for $21.99 or 2 heat and serve sides for $14.99.

Frenchs.com has several coupons to choose from but for green bean casserole lovers, you'll especially be interested in the 30 cents off for French's French Fried Onions. Registration is required to view and download coupons.

Pillsbury.com has your bread and desserts covered. Some of the highlights are 50 cents off on crescent dinner rolls, $1.10 off on refrigerated cookie dough and 60 cents off refrigerated pie crusts. You can view the coupons at the link above but you'll have to register to print them.

CampbellsKitchen.com has more than a dozen coupons offered on its site. For Thanksgiving dinner, you'll probably be most interested in the $1.00 off coupon for Swanson broth or stock and the $1.00 off 5 cans of condensed soups.

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