A Bloomberg Industries analysis shows it's cheaper to buy your turkey day feast at Target, based in Minneapolis, than Wal-Mart, based in Arkansas. The cost of 18 Thanksgiving staples including turkey, cranberries, potatoes and pumpkin, was $45.48 at Target stores, compared to $52.31 at Wal-Mart, according to the study.
The same meal came in at more than $70 at Texas-based Whole Foods.
The cheapest dinner was found at Sam’s Club, where it cost $36.39.
AAA predicts an estimated 43.6 million Americans will travel at least 50 miles from home for Thanksgiving -- up slightly over a year ago.