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Plated Meal Kit Thanksgiving Boxes – Available Now!

Plated has two Thanksgiving Boxes available now! These menu options do require a subscription – The Full Feast replaces one of your weekly box and Just the Extras is available to add on to your weekly box.

Rest assured, all of our boxes will be delivered before November 28th during the holiday week. But if you want yours sooner—even a week before—update your delivery date in your box settings.

Sign up and get 25% off your first 4 weeks—including these menus! Plus, our step-by-step planning guides will help you put it all together. For Thanksgiving, Friendsgiving and beyond, we’ve got you covered.

Now through 12/31, new subscribers get 25% off your first four Plated orders, no coupon required, just use this link

Here are the two Thanksgiving boxes:

The Box: The Full Feast

The Cost: $136.40

The Products:

Good to know: “A complete menu (including turkey!) that replaces your week’s box. Serves 4–6 people.”

The Box: Just the Extras

The Cost: $56

The Products:

Good to know: “A menu of Apps, Sides and Dessert—an add-on to your week’s box. Serves 4–6 people.”

More About Plated

Plated is a weekly meal kit delivery subscription that delivers you pre-portioned ingredients and recipes to help you make chef-designed recipes at home. They offer different weekly menus and randomly pick recipes for you based on preferences you submit when you sign up. They’re committed to using sustainably sourced seafood, seasonal produce, and meat that’s free from antibiotics and added hormones.

The Subscription Box: Plated

The Cost: Recipes begin at $12.00 per plate:

  • 2 recipes (4 plates)= $48.00 per week (+ $6.00 shipping)
  • 3 recipes (6 plates)= $72.00 per week (with free shipping)
  • 4 recipes (8 total plates)= $96.00 per week (with free shipping)
  • Dessert costs $4.00 per serving (available after your first order)

The Products: All of the pre-portioned fresh and seasonal ingredients you need to make chef-designed recipes at home in your own kitchen.

Ships to: 95% of the U.S. (Currently, Plated does not ship to Hawaii and Alaska, and there are also a few cities in Texas, including San Antonio, Corpus Christi, Laredo, and Midland, where they don’t yet ship.)

Check out all of our Plated Reviews to learn more and see our finished meals!

Details: VALID ONLY FOR 1st TIME SUBSCRIBERS. Offer valid until 11:59 PM EST on December 31, 2019 (“Offer Expiration Date”). Create a Plated account prior to the Offer Expiration Date and within forty-five (45) days of the account creation date (“Order Expiration Date”), place four (4) Plated box orders that are confirmed by 11:59 PM EST of the Order Expiration Date to receive a 25% discount under this offer (“Discount(s)”). Discount does not apply to shipping fees and applicable taxes. Up to four (4) Discounts per Plated account. Using multiple accounts to exceed limits on offers and promotions is not permitted. We reserve the right to terminate accounts if we believe they are used for such activities. Offer cannot be combined with any other offers, discounts, or savings. Delivery service available in select areas. Visit for locations we serve.


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Posted in Plated News, Subscription Box News| Tags: plated | 4 comments

Comments (4)

  1. Sadly I just got an email from Plated that they are ending their service. Last boxes will be delivered Nov 26.

    I have been using them once a month for a couple if years now and loved the service and variety of recipes. Some of the recent changes (brunch, apps, etc) seemed to take away from the original idea though…

  2. Actually, it doesn’t take like you’re probably thinking. I’ve actually had it and then ended up making it. Not bad at all, and it is not sweet – you’re just adding a squash to the mac and cheese. It doesn’t taste pumpkiny (if that’s even a word – lol).

  3. pumpkin mac n cheese?

    • Just what I was thinking… blech! People are really getting away with adding pumpkin to everything.

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