The Thanksgiving stories are coming fast and furious now. Here are two new ones we just saw . . .
1. Wallet Hub released its annual list of the top cities for Thanksgiving. They rank America’s 100 biggest cities based on five categories: Traditions, affordability, safety, thankfulness, and weather forecasts.
The top five cities for Thanksgiving this year are: Atlanta . . . Orlando . . . Las Vegas . . . Raleigh, North Carolina . . . and Gilbert, Arizona.
It also found the cheapest cities for Thanksgiving dinner this year are Corpus Christi, Texas . . . Fort Wayne, Indiana . . . and Raleigh, North Carolina. Honolulu, New York, and San Jose tied for most expensive.
2. And speaking of costs: A separate poll looked at the top ways we’re trying to save money on Thanksgiving dinner this year.
Our top strategies include keeping an eye out for deals . . . using coupons . . . shopping early . . . sticking to our list . . . and comparing prices.
Also, 88% of us are cutting at least one dish from the menu this year, which should make Thanksgiving a little cheaper.