Making Thanksiving Dinner In Arizona This Year Is Cheaper Than Years Past
Eating a traditional Thanksgiving dinner in Arizona is a little bit cheaper this year for the average table of 10.
The Arizona Farm Bureau estimates the average feast and all of the fixing scosts about $46.27. That breaks down to $4.63 per person, which is a 3 percent decrease from last year.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture said much of that reduction comes from changes in the turkey market. A higher than usual supply means the price per pound is a bit more competitive.
If you decide to go the organic route, things will be a little more expensive, with the average meal for a party of 10 coming in at nearly $95.