Are you stressed about hosting Thanskgiving this year? Or have you been invited to dinner and want to bring something but you’re not sure what. We’ve got plenty of money-saving ways to take care of your Thanksgiving spread (aside from the food).
Pick up any last minute equipment you need from Cooking.com. They really do have everything a cook needs and you’ll find brands like Rachael Ray, Calphalon, Cuisinart, Kitchen Aid plus much more. Take $10 off orders of $100 or more with “C96936” until 11.30. Try the Calphalon 5 pc Contemporary Non-Stick Roasting Set $99.95 to get you started.
Many people forget the importance of “dressing up” a table. If you feel as though you’re lacking in this area, head over to Sur La Table for their Holiday Entertaining Sale. You can save 20% on quality linens, flatware, serving pieces, candles and more until 11.28. Add a touch of color with the Purple Hemstitch Dinner Napkins– set of 4 $15.96 (orig. $19.95) or pickup a Trifle Bowl (you can use them for so many things) for $19.96 (orig. $24.95).
If you’re not sure what kind of contribution you can make as an invited guest on Thanksgiving, we say you can’t go wrong with flowers. Check out the really affordable options (they start at only $19.99) at Pro Flowers and get them sent ahead of time. Your hostess will surely appreciate the thoughtfulness of a centerpiece. You’ll be happy to know (at least I was) that they also carry Mrs. Fields Cookies and chocolate covered strawberries. All would be very much appreciated if you’re coming to my house!
If your host is a wine connoisseur, sign them up (or yourself) for Invino, the private shopping community for wine lovers. It’s affordable and members get selections directly from some of the world’s best wineries. Once you join, you get access to sales (up to 80% off) that are good for a limited time with in depth descriptions on each wine. It’s a great way to stock up without spending too much. Keep this idea in mind for Christmas too!