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by sitecore\kmcgrigg on November 22, 2010
I am thankful for all of the fantastic financial advice that is available on the web. Since Thanksgiving is all about abundance, I've rounded-up some of the web's best posts on how to have a thrifty Thanksgiving.

Bargain Briana tells you how to save on your Thanksgiving dinner.

Want to serve a big bird on a budget?  Food2 offers cheap tricks for your turkey.

Money Crashers offers seven tips to save money on your Thanksgiving Day dinner menu.

MoneyNing discusses perhaps the most important holiday topic of all: how to reduce financial stress during the holidays.

Money Saving Mom tells you where you can get free Thanksgiving place-setting and decoration downloads.

Shine.com offers a great video that features Thanksgiving tips from five frugal moms: Jenn from FrugalUpstate.com, Mercedes from CommonSenseWithMoney.com, Renee from CutieBootyCakes.com, Lynnae from FreelanceHomeschoolMom.com, and Tara from DealSeekingMom.com.

Stacey Johnson from Money Talks News offers a video post on 5 tips to save on Thanksgiving dinner.

Since the turkey isn't the only thing that gets dressed for the holiday, Savings.com featured thrifty threads for Thanksgiving

For those of you who are dining out this holiday, Slash Food tells you how to have Thanksgiving dinner out and on a budget.

Also, don't miss MMI's free Thrifty Thanksgiving eBook and video.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thrifty Thanksgiving eBook

Posted in:  Holiday, Frugality

Comment(s)

havenswess says:
December 01, 2010

well, Im glad that you had a great account savings during your thanksgiving day. I hope I could have it also this holiday season. The best way to have satisfied holiday seasons is to enjoy them with no the stress of adding to your financial debt. Retailers pull out all the stops in an effort to make people think buying gifts is what gives holiday seasons their meaning. But you can celebrate the holiday seasons with plenty of debt-free gift-giving if you keep the wits about you.



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