Welcome to the $20 Butterball Gift Giveaway!

2 Lucky Winners will each receive a $20 Butterball® Gift Check to use toward any purchase of a turkey or other products

 

It’s beginning to feel like fall and we’re almost in the middle of October. It’s time to start planning the perfect family feast for Thanksgiving. While you’re busy planning your menu, and shopping for ingredients, let Butterball® help you.

Hosts like yourself can get questioned answered when they just “Butterball It!”. Whether you are looking for cooking times, how to buy a turkey, marinating time or how to cook a turkey Butterball’s website offers extensive information to help you prepare the perfect turkey this Thanksgiving.

This year, Butterball is taking their support to the next level by offering the ability to text your cooking questions to the experts at Butterball® Turkey Talk-Line from November 1st – December 24th by calling 1-800-BUTTERBALL (1-800-288-8372) or texting 844-877-3456. These experts have been answering turkey questions for more than 30 years helping almost 50 million cooks.

Butterball offers On-Demand Services:

  1. 24/7 Text – This service will help consumers looking for how-to tips, cooking questions and any other turkey questions.
  2. How-To Videos – Offers fun and helpful step-by-step successful video tips right at your fingertips.
  3. Website and Mobile App – Whether you have years of experience or it’s your first time cooking a turkey, Butterball.com, and the Butterball Cookbook Plus App has all the answers you need. Between coupon savings, how-to videos, delicious recipes, everything you need is easily accessible.

Butterball conducted its first-ever consumer survey this year for a pulse on Thanksgiving preppers’ expectations and realities when it comes to one of the most important meals of the year.

The survey found:

  • Two-thirds of Americans rank Thanksgiving as one of their favorite holidays.
  • Two-thirds of Americans like to incorporate new traditions into their celebrations…many of which include cooking up new and different recipes for loved ones to enjoy.
  • Out of all things Thanksgiving preparers cook up, they’re most proud of the turkey. And 88 percent prep it the old-school way: in an oven.
  • 84 percent feel excited about preparing the meal, and 74 percent of Americans don’t expect Thanksgiving to be perfect.
  • It’s the turkey! Despite the overall positivity around the holiday, first-time millennial preparers are still feeling the pressure. Eight in 10 first-time cooks worry about cooking the turkey correctly. This number drops among experienced preparers, but still, 43% worry about getting it right.

Connect with Butterball on social media for the latest updates, videos, how-tos and much more.

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Life of a Southern Mom is excited to share this wonderful opportunity with you. We have teamed up with Butterball® to offer (2) of our readers a chance to win a $20 Gift Check each. These gift checks are good to use toward the purchase of any Butterball Turkey and other products you may need to complete your holiday meal.

 

Giveaway Dates: October 11th – October 25th at 11:59 PM ET

Prize: (2) Winners will each receive a $20 Butterball® Gift Check to use toward any purchase of a turkey or other products.

 

 

 

Disclosure: The participating bloggers did not receive any compensation for this promotion, nor or they responsible for prize fulfillment. Life of a Southern Mom is responsible for awarding the prize and shipment to winners. The winners will have 48 hours to respond to the email notification from lifeofasouthernmom@gmail.com before another winner will be chosen. It is very important to respond as soon as possible to ensure delivery before Thanksgiving. There is a limit of one entrant per household and all entries are optional except the entry question. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited. This giveaway is not administered, sponsored, endorsed by, or associated wi. Void h Facebook, Twitter, Google, Pinterest or other social media outlets. This is posted in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

 

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Brandi Hayden

Brandi Hayden

I'm Brandi from suburbs of Memphis, TN. I enjoy trying new products & services, and sharing my experience with others. My blog consists of my "Theory" on products and everyday life from a babe born on Easter.

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63 thoughts on “$20 Butterball Gift Checks Giveaway (2-Winners)”

  1. Always make sure you measure the following temperatures in your turkey:

    180°F in thigh
    170°F in breast
    165°F in stuffing I like seeing what temps i should cook it at

  2. I learned never thaw a turkey at room temperature. I am going to cook mine in the oven and thaw in the refrigerator.

  3. I learned you can get other versions of a turkey besides a whole bird 🙂 I will be getting a FROZEN WHOLE TURKEY BREAST this year as I’m by myself 🙂

  4. When you are getting ready to cook a TURKEY, always wash your turkey before prepping it for cooking. I will do this when I get ready to FRY MY TURKEY this year!

  5. I learned that the best way to make sure your turkey is done is by using a meat thermometer. I gonna use this method instead of just using the appox. cooking time posted for roasting turkeys.

  6. I love the roasting method butterball shares. I have been doing my butterball this way for years. It always turns out so moist and so good. Thank you so much for sharing this.

  7. I learned that if you are going to smoke your turkey you are not supposed to stuff it. We are going to try our hand at smoking a turkey this year.

  8. I learned more about how to check for doneness of my turkery. It’s another potluck dinner for us and this year a relative will hosting and be in charge of cooking the Turkey

  9. I learned to let my turkey sit for a full 20 minutes before starting to carve. Great tip! What a terrific contest, I hope everyone has a terrific Thanksgiving! 🙂

  10. I learned from the Butterball web site that I should always make sure to measure the following temperatures in the turkey: through these parts of the whole bird. I didn’t know that I usually just check it right in the center. Very interesting. Thanks!!

    180°F in thigh
    170°F in breast
    165°F in stuffing

  11. I learne that–>Refrigerator thawing is preferred and the least labor-intensive but requires more time. Yet, I like to put the whole turkey into a crock pot and let it do its magic! lol

  12. I learned that if you stuff your turkey, only use cooked ingredients in your stuffing. I will cook mine in the oven this year with stuffing.

  13. I noticed their instructions on how to inject a turkey with flavors. I’d like to try that, but this year I’ll stick to the traditional turkey, usually using a baking bag because it’s easier.

  14. I won’t be preparing a Turkey this year but I did learn where to place a meat thermometer to check if the Turkey is cooked all the way through by watching their Meat Thermometer Placement Video

    1. I learned the Turkey is done when the meat thermometer inserted in the thighbone reads 180 F degrees and 170 F degrees in the breast

  15. i learned how to thaw my turkey properly! i plan on cooking it with a brine of olive oil and vinegar and some spices!

  16. i learned u can marinate a turkey i did not know this but i will do mine the traditional way bake it n stuff it til browned

  17. amy guillaume linderman

    we hope to do a rotisserie turkey! i learned to place the spit on the rotisserie and cook over medium heat (325° F) to an internal temperature of 170° F.

  18. I learned that “Each thigh and each side of the breast should be injected with .5 ounces of marinade for every 5 lbs. of turkey.” I plan to inject my turkey this year.

  19. I learned to always cook my turkey breast down for the juiciest breast around. We turn it over about a hour before it’s done to get that crispy skin… yummy I can’t wait to make mine this year

  20. We have always wanted to deep fry a turkey but I am too afraid of fire. I think we will inject marinade and roast. I used to guess when the turkey was done but now have a meat thermometer to keep my guests safe.

  21. I learned that I have been missing out on some great recipes! I want to try a few of them it’ll be hard to narrow it down. I also learned how long to brine the turkey. I’m going to try that this year

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