Butterball has joined together with several key brands - Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi, Marie Callender’s, Sister Schubert’s  and McCormick to make the holidays even more enjoyable for first-time and experienced cooks with special savings and must-know tips for cooks. 

“By partnering with top brands this holiday, families are able to find savings on Thanksgiving staples and spend more time focused on being together at the table,” said Rebecca Welch, brand manager of seasonal products for Butterball. “While the brands are delicious on their own, when experienced together the meal is always better.” 


Starting Nov. 5, look for these cost saving programs both in-store and online over the next weeks:

  • Find deals in your local newspaper and magazines:
    • On Sunday, November 5 check magazines and local newspapers for offers of five $1 Butterball coupons by mail when you buy a Butterball Frozen or Fresh Whole Turkey, as well as savings of  $1.00 off on any two Marie Callender’s or Claim Jumper Dessert Pies.
  • Check out Thanksgiving tips and savings online:
    • Check out TurkeyDayTips.com for tips and recipe inspiration to give a twist to the traditional turkey with recipes and how-tos, wow guests with wine infused cocktails and set up a sensational pie bar.
  • Head in-store for savings and rewards now:
    • To reward loyal ShopKick users this holiday, cooks can engage in-store with a scan mission for the most popular Thanksgiving brands – Butterball, Marie Callender’s, Claim Jumper and Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi.
    • Look for savings on Butterball, Marie Callendar’s and Sister Schubert’s when you visit the Woodbridge by Robert Mondavi in-store display, while supplies last. 
    • Keep an eye out for fresh Butterball turkeys and a $0.50 coupon savings on McCormick Gravy – including new Simply Better Ready-to-Serve Gravy and Gravy Mixes.

Check for these special savings all month long on Butterball.comFacebook and Twitter. For recipe inspiration from your favorite holiday brands, visit Instagram and Pinterest.