May 3, 2015
Turkey and all the trimmings will cost you a little less this year.
But don't expect to save enough to buy a cup of coffee on the way to Black Friday sales.
The American Farm Bureau Federation says the average Thanksgiving dinner will cost $49.04, or 44 cents less than last year.
If you're headed to grandma's you may be spending more. Airline and train ticket prices are up. However, gas costs about 25 cents less per gallon compared to a year ago. That's according to the AAA.
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