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Thanksgiving Dinner Will Cost Less This Year When The Turkeys Are Becoming Cheaper

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Thanksgiving dinner will cost American families less this year, with turkeys falling in price and taking the cost of the traditional meal down to a ten-year low.

With the annual holiday a week away and the coronavirus pandemic still raging across the United States, Thanksgiving celebrations are sure to look different this year, with gatherings likely to be socially distanced and fewer in number due to the coronavirus pandemic.

However, the average cost of tucking into a Thanksgiving feast for 10 this year is just $46.90, or less than $5 per person.

This is a $2.01 decrease from last year’s average of $48.91, according to the American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual Thanksgiving price survey.

The average cost of this year’s Thanksgiving dinner is the lowest since 2010, AFBF Chief Economist Dr. John Newton said.
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