10 Cheap Wines for Your Friendsgiving Celebration

You won't believe how tasty these inexpensive wines are
Thanksgiving Dinner for Under $30

Jeanette Pavini, savings expert with Coupons.com, shows you how you can make a Thanksgiving dinner for 10 guests for under $30.

Matua Valley Marlborough Pinot Noir, 2009, ($14)

These inexpensive wines make it easier to celebrate Thanksgiving without breaking the bank.

Everyone loves the person who brings a bottle of wine to a party. What do you do, though, if you don’t have the extra funds to be spending $50 or even $100 on a quality bottle of wine? This time of year, money tends to be tight. With Christmas just around the corner, you don’t want to be pouring your extra cash into wine your friends are just going to chug down without appreciating. This year, try serving them a less expensive but still tasty bottle of wine that perfectly partners with Thanksgiving dinner.

Friendsgiving is the term used to describe a Thanksgiving that’s hosted by friends when you can’t get home for Turkey Day. Being the busiest travel weekend of the year, hosting a Friendsgiving has become more and more popular. And what’s a Friendsgiving without wine?

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Each of these carefully selected bottles of wine costs less than $15, so you don’t have to splurge on vino this Friendsgiving. These wines are also perfect if you’re going to more than one Thanksgiving dinner: you can buy three or four bottles for what you might ordinarily spend on one! From light wines that pair well with pumpkin pie to heavy wines that balance out your roasted turkey, we’ve thought of everything to keep your Thanksgiving cost-friendly and full of spirit.