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USA: Walmart and Aldi promise to Lower Prices on Holiday Essentials

Holiday shoppers will be grateful to hear that Walmart and Aldi are lowering prices on essential groceries for Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Starting November 1, you may see cheaper prices for turkey, ham, and all the fixings as you fill your basket at either store. Walmart also plans to offer ready-to-bake Thanksgiving meals at even lower prices than last year, while Aldi has published a long list of price breaks of up to 50 percent on certain brands of gravy mix, cranberries, fried onions, pumpkin pie filling, and more.

“Thanksgiving is all about gratitude, and we’re so grateful for our many loyal customers from coast-to-coast,” said Dave Rinaldo, president of ALDI. “With inflation still looming, we're providing shoppers extra relief to make the holidays a time for celebration, not stress. What’s served on the Thanksgiving table is just as important as who’s sitting around it, so ALDI is delivering big savings on key items so there’s always room for more guests.”

Walmart similarly stated that the move was meant to counter inflation—something that concerns 92 percent of its customers. The company also is promoting its 25 top toys under $25 to help families load up on gifts for under the tree.

“The holiday season is just around the corner, and Walmart is ready to help our customers plan ahead and save even more for all the kids on their list,” said Brittany Smith, Walmart's vice president of merchandising and toys. “Like every year, Walmart is the place to find amazing deals on an incredible assortment of the most popular toys."

Grocery price cuts will continue until the day after Christmas at Walmart and through the end of the year at Aldi.


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