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What's the Deal? Premade Thanksgiving dinner prices

Planning a Thanksgiving feast? Several stores are doing the shopping for you.

INDIANAPOLIS — Cooking is not for all of us.

If you're going the premade route for Thanksgiving, here are some of the places selling turkey dinners to go.

(These price points feed around four people.) 

Whole Foods

Order deadline: Tuesday, Nov. 22
Price: $89.99

  • Roasted turkey breast with turkey gravy 
  • Green beans with roasted shallots 
  • Creamy mashed potatoes 
  • Traditional herb stuffing 
  • Cranberry orange sauce

Fresh Market

Order deadline: Nov. 21 at 2 p.m. EST
Price: $69.99

  • Fully-cooked turkey breast (3 lb.)
  • Yukon Gold whipped potatoes (2 lb.)
  • Traditional herb stuffing (2 lb.)
  • Homestyle turkey gravy (30 oz.)
  • Cranberry relish with walnuts (8 oz.)


Order deadline: Tuesday, Nov. 22
Price: $59.99

  • Prebaked Butterball turkey (10-12 lb.)
  • Stuffing
  • Turkey gravy
  • Mashed potatoes
  • Green bean casserole
  • Cranberry relish
  • 1 dozen King's Hawaiian dinner rolls

(Note: Many Indianapolis-area stores say they're out of stock. Contact your deli directly to confirm accuracy.)


Deadline: Contact your local Kroger
Price: $65

  • Boneless turkey dinner (4 lb.)
  • Mashed potatoes
  • Gravy
  • Stuffing or dressing
  • Green bean casserole
  • Sweet potato souffle or casserole
  • 1 dozen King's Hawaiian dinner rolls
  • 10-inch pumpkin pie

Boston Market and Cracker Barrel are offering catering options.

Before you buy anything, check to see how the meal comes: frozen, cool, or warmed. 

Considering cooking? 

Despite losses of some turkeys because of highly pathogenic avian influenza, a USDA spokesperson said the overall supply of whole birds does not appear to be significantly impacted. 

As for turkey prices, they're up. 

That's why Walmart is honoring their prices from last year and Aldi is going back to 2019.

Kroger is offering a meal guide to show people how they can feed 10 people for less than $5 a person. The grocery chain promises a "Thanksgiving fresh for everyone."

If you're an Ibotta user, which is a cash back app for groceries, they're offering a free Thanksgiving meal through rebates.

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