Few things say family holiday gatherings as much as Honey Baked Ham. With locations in 41 states, Honey Baked has been a fixture at holiday dinner tables and picnic tables alike since 1957.
But it isn’t always exactly cheap to put one of their hams or turkeys on your table!
Honey Baked Ham coupons aren’t the only way to save
If you’ve ever had a spiral-sliced Honey Baked Ham, you know it’s not uncommon to pay more than $55-$60 or more for an eight-pounder with the bone-in.
With that in mind, here are some ways you can save the next time you want mo’ Honey for less money…
1. Watch for holiday bundles
Right now, Honey Baked Ham is bundling together a Thanksgiving Dinner that serves 12-16 people.
The $125.95 package includes the following:
- Honey Baked Ham – Bone-In Half (9 lb) slow smoked with our signature sweet crunchy glaze.
- Whole Roasted Turkey (11-13 lbs.): The combination of slow-roasting and savory seasoning makes this classic preparation a favorite among diners.
- Green Bean Casserole (24 oz) – with mushrooms and red peppers, tossed in a cream sauce, topped with crispy fried onions.
- Creamy Russet Mashed Potatoes (24 oz) – smooth and creamy blend of russet potatoes, real butter and cream.
- Roasted Turkey Gravy (24 oz) – rich turkey gravy with savory herbs.
2. Buy a discounted gift card
Did you know it’s possible to buy gift cards for many popular restaurants and retailers at a deep discount from face value?
Sites like CardPool and GiftCardGranny connect buyers with resellers who got the gift card from somebody else, but don’t want to use it themselves.
Amazingly, you can save 30% off the face value of a pre-owned Honey Baked Ham gift card through Cardpool.com right now.
The cards are guaranteed to work for one year after purchase, so this is a great time to stock up for Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter, too!
So, using the example above, you could buy five of the $25 e-gift cards for $17.50 each. Then you’d pay only $87.50 and change for a Thanksgiving Dinner valued at $125. That’s big savings right there!
3. Buy a “miscut”
Ever bought a T-shirt or a pair of socks that had some funky stitch work? Then you know you can get a big discount by buying irregulars.
The same thing holds true for Honey Baked Ham. Sometimes the store doesn’t slice the meat correctly. Rather than throwing it out, they will sell it to you at a discount.
reddit user Starfire66 offers the following advice for snagging these kinds of deals:
Most people don’t know this, but Honey Baked Hams sells “miscuts” at a substantial discount. Nothing at all wrong with them, except that the spiral cut pattern didn’t go perfectly. Stop in to the store and ask if they have any miscuts, and if they don’t, just keep stopping in when you have the time and get one of those. We always get one for the holidays this way, and it’s a lot cheaper than the full-priced ones.
Editors note: This may not available in all stores. Please check with your store to see if this is an option.
4. Join the Honey Baked Rewards program for freebies
Like a lot of other restaurants and retailers, Honey Baked has its own loyalty program.
When you join Honey Baked Rewards, you’ll get hooked up with a free Ham Classic and special offers all year-long.
5. Sign up for the email for additional savings
When you visit Honey Baked Ham’s dedicated Thanksgiving page, you’ll be hit with a one-time pop up that looks like this:
This is a great way to save 10% if you’re not near a store or need to have an order shipped to someone else as a holiday gift.
6. Buy a newspaper
You know those grocery coupon circulars from RedPlum and SmartSource that come in the Sunday paper? They will sometimes have a full-page ad with coupons for Honey Baked.
Check it out next time you’re at the supermarket.
7. Watch your mailbox
Honey Baked will typically do a blanket mailing a few times a year around Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas and Easter.
If you live in a zip code near a store, you’re likely to already be on the mailing list. Check your mailbox for a standalone mailer and save some money.