Walmart’s Christmas Dinner for 8 and New Year’s Eve Dinner for 10 on the Cheap–Giveaway! (Closed)

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Walmart has put together an awesome site to help you through getting through the holidays in one piece without breaking your budget. The cost of food has continued to rise throughout the past few months and with the holidays right around the corner, you can be sure that people are spending more than they can really afford to put together their holiday feasts. Luckily, Walmart has put together a shopping list that will let you get everything you need for your Christmas and New Year’s Eve dinners for a jaw-dropping price.

Co-star of the Food Network’s new series, Chefs vs. City, Chef Aarón Sánchez has created a spin on traditional holiday meals for Christmas and New Year’s Eve, including Ham with Mango Jalapeno Glaze, Chipotle Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Green Bean & Mushroom Picadillo, Coquito Egg Nog, Blue Cheese Stuffed Rolls and Dulce de Leche Sauce for Pumpkin Pie; these recipes are sure to create memorable holiday memories for you and your family. Be sure to check out Walmart’s Holiday Meals website for recipes from Chef Aarón Sánchez and more ideas for holiday entertaining.

Walmart’s Christmas Dinner for 8 for as Low as $30

Walmart Christmas dinner Your Christmas feast for 8 for as low as $30 at Walmart starts with key, family-favorite ingredients, including:

  • One 10-pound spiral cut half-ham
  • Three 8-ounce cans Del Monte green beans
  • One 10-pound bag of russet potatoes
  • One 12-count package of Sara Lee dinner rolls
  • One 10 inch pumpkin pie

This is an incredible amount of food to buy for as low as just $30, especially since that is less than $4 per person; less than you’ll pay for most fast food!

Walmart’s New Year’s Eve Dinner for 10 for as Low as $40

Walmart New Year's Eve dinner Your New Year’s Ever feast for 10 for as low at $40 at Walmart starts with these festive and delicious ingredients, including:

  • Shrimp tray (5 servings)
  • Vegetable tray (10 servings)
  • Hillshire Farms little smokies (8 servings)
  • Pillsbury crescent rolls (6 servings)
  • Land O’ Lakes egg nog (8 servings)
  • Red velvet cake

The holidays are such a great time for spending time and making new memories with your family; it is also a great time to reflect on memories you hold dear from past years or even when you were a child and that in itself costs nothing! But because the holidays have warped into such a consumer-ridden holiday, this year more and more families are looking for ways to save money without sacrificing the quality of the meals they are feeding their families.

My biggest money-saving tip for this holiday season would definitely be to shop with coupons, the holidays are a great time to spot some really awesome deals in your newspaper or weekly coupon magazines because a lot of companies are hoping you’re shopping closer to the holidays to get what you need for the big day. So look for coupons and shop on sale! Also, be sure to find out if your local grocery store has a store card because I’ve found that if you consistently use your grocery store card, you will accumulate so many points, but there are also a lot of deals going on company-to-company that you don’t know about. Every time I go shopping and use my grocery card, I find out I save between $15 and $20 a trip and every little bit you save helps a ton!

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Disclosure: I wrote this review while participating in a blog tour campaign by Mom Central on behalf of Walmart. In addition, I received a Walmart gift certificate to thank me for taking the time to participate and two to offer as a giveaway.

108 thoughts on “Walmart’s Christmas Dinner for 8 and New Year’s Eve Dinner for 10 on the Cheap–Giveaway! (Closed)”

  1. We try to use a lot of coupons, especially during the holiday season. Also check store flyers for deals and specials!

  2. My favorite tip is to plan ahead. Use coupons and make sure to budget your spending. Even make homemade items!! They seem to mean more to people and it is normally cheaper:) Please enter me in your giveaway. Thanks!!

  3. My favorite memory was having a quiet get-together one year. We didn’t have anyone else over and it was so nice. Not that we don’t like friends but it was really nice:)

  4. I would say schedule and organize. Plan meals ahead, and use things you have on hand. When I go shopping without planning I have a tendency to buy more than I need and to spend more on items I don’t really need.

  5. I save $$$ by using the comics to wrap holiday packages ….no two packages R ever the same & I have 52 stacks by the time Christmas comes around each year..

  6. Fav memory of the holidays is getting engaged on Christmas eve……37 years later Im still married !!!!

  7. definitely matching coupons with sales and clearance items! thank you so much for hosting this giveaway! chantellesabino(at)live(dot)com

  8. One of my money saving tips is to clip coupons out of the Sunday paper and go online for coupons when grocery shopping.

  9. My favorite holiday memory is from my childhood. Every year my favorite uncle and aunt came for the whole day and didn’t leave until we kids had gone to bed. They’ve now passed and I miss them.

  10. My favorite christmas was 4 years ago on my daughters first christmas! I never realized how amazing being able to see your child on christmas morning and how special of a feeling that is!!

  11. I stockpile baking supplies for months before the holidays so baking homemade goodies to share won’t break my budget.

  12. My mom and I make a menu and compare pantry and fridge ingredients to reduce buying duplicate items needed for holiday dinners.

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  13. My favorite holiday memory was when I was in my early teens and my mom let me make gingersnap cookies all on my own. I forgot to add sugar and my parents were so nice. They didn’t complain and just suggested we frost them, heavily.

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  14. I try to have all my shopping done by December. If you get toys on clearance in the summer they are a fractions of the great deals you can find now. Also no crowds. For food I use a lot of coupons and sales. We go to different grocery stores and get the sale of the week stuff at each one.

  15. To save money during the holidays I always watch the sale papers to find the best price on the items I am looking to buy. I also always use coupons.

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  16. My favorite holiday memory is my daughters first Christmas. I will never forget the way she looked when she saw the tree and all the presents.

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  17. i like to use online coupon codes from retailmenot.com it saves me alot of money on shipping discounts and free gifts with purchase. thank you happy holidays

  18. Right now, my favorite memory is a current one. This is my son’s second christmas and his first real interaction with a Christmas tree. He keeps on taking ornaments off and then putting them back on the tree. After he puts them back on the tree, he claps for himself. It’s cute.

  19. Stock up on holiday essentials and gifts just after Christmas, when everything is on sale. Put them away for 11 months, and then bring out your 75% off bargains!

  20. My favorite Christmas memory is from 18 years ago. It was the first Christmas in our home and was going to be my parents and husband because he had to work. At the last minute my brothers with their families showed up along with my sister and her boyfriend, my husbands grandfather and another couple. We had a hodge podge of dishes as the snow piled up. The power went out and we ate by candlelight made snowmen and had a huge snowball fight. It was amazing. It didn’t matter that it was not a fancy meal or perfect table setting.

  21. Each person in the family brings one item it’s wonderful we get a little bit of grandma’s potatoes and Aunt Judy’s mac-n-cheese. Furthermore none of us have to go out and spend loads of money!!

  22. Three Holiday seasons ago we got to go to Toy R Us and fill up a UHAUL with all kinds of toys for children in need. It was the best moment ever to just imagine some child having their first Christmas. Really made you remember the real meaning. Still makes me cry! I love the Holidays!!

  23. My holiday money saving tips: shop both before and after the holidays to buy holiday-related foods that will keep for awhile until the next holiday (like Valentine’s Day or Easter). I’ve gotten brand-name cranberry sauce during the summer for 33 cents a can!

  24. A holiday memory: Growing up I remember many members of our family crowded in my grandmother’s small house, celebrating holiday meals together. I remember the “kid’s table” and the “grown up” table and my grandmother’s wonderful cornbread dressing!

  25. I plan what I’m going to make ahead of time and buy the items that I need when it goes on sale and I use coupons.

  26. My fav holiday memory is from about 12 years ago was my grandma’s last christmas before she passed away from cancer and everyone came to her house and it was beautiful. We ate, laughed, cried and we were happy.

  27. To save for Christmas I start looking at the clearance isle at my local Walmart right after Christmas and we do this all year long looking for gifts.

  28. My favorite Holiday memory is the year I gave up my Christmas as a teen to give to another teen that had nothing.

  29. To save money, I clip coupons and look for great deals to match them up with! And I shop on Black Friday to get great prices (Walmart at 5am baby!)

  30. Fav. Holiday memory – My dad had us for christmas for only one year when we were kids (parents divorced) and he went all out with decorating the tree…I just remember the BIG red bows he put all over it and how much he tried to make it a great holiday for us.

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