To help reduce the cost of Thanksgiving dinner for consumers, Denver-based couponing app Ibotta is offering a turkey and the fixings for free when purchased through its app at Walmart.

This is the second year in a row that the cashback platform has offered the promotion at Walmart for Thanksgiving, giving consumers a break for the holiday.

To save on the Thanksgiving meal, consumers will need to sign up for an Ibotta account and shop for the rebate items in Walmart stores, which have a combined value of $26.99. The items can also be ordered online for curbside pickup or delivery.

Ibotta customers will receive $15 cash back on a turkey as well as mashed potatoes, gravy, green beans, cranberry sauce, a two-liter bottle of Coca-Cola, and corn muffin mix. The turkey rebate can only be redeemed if current Ibotta users refer a friend. New users do not need to refer a friend to get the cashback deal.

Exact items to be purchased for the Ibotta cashback rebate include:

  • Turkey (any brand) (up to $15)
  • McCormick Gravy ($1.12)
  • 2-liter bottle Coca-Cola ($1.98)
  • Campbell’s Mushroom Soup ($0.98)
  • Birds Eye Vegetables Green Beans ($1)
  • Idahoan Potatoes ($1.88)
  • Jiffy Corn muffin mix honey ($0.67)
  • Great Value Flavored Stuffing ($0.82)
  • Great Value Cranberry Sauce ($1.28)
  • Great Value French Fried Onions ($2.28)

Rebates for the Thanksgiving dinner promotions offer start on Monday and run through Nov. 24, while supplies last.

To redeem the Ibotta deal, shoppers will need to download the free Ibotta app or visit the Ibotta website, where they can add the rebate items to their shopping list. They then need to purchase the rebate items at Walmart, using their Ibotta linked credit or debit card, or submit their receipt to Ibotta.

Ibotta said on its website that the cashback rebate on qualifying orders occurs within minutes of receiving an online order and 24 hours of receiving a receipt. Shoppers can withdraw $20 in rebates through PayPal to a bank account or digital gift card once earned.

thanksgiving turkey recipe A super simple Thanksgiving turkey recipe. Pictured: A Guatemalan immigrant carves the Thanksgiving turkey on Nov. 24, 2016 in Stamford, Connecticut. Photo: John Moore/Getty Images