7 Thanksgiving Sandwiches To Order In 2023

These turkey sandwiches from restaurants and grocery stores are stuffed with stuffing, literally.

Thanksgiving isn't here quite yet, but that doesn't mean we aren't already craving turkey, stuffing, and cranberry sauce. Fortunately, there are plenty of chain restaurants that offer Thanksgiving-themed sandwiches all throughout November, in case you want to celebrate early.

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All the sandwiches in this list have some variation of Thanksgiving dinner in handheld form, mixing carb-heavy goodness with savory poultry and sweet cranberry. They're here to whet your appetite for Thanksgiving's greatest hits before you sit down for the big meal itself.

Earl of Sandwich: Holiday Turkey and Holiday Ham

Earl of Sandwich, an Orlando, Florida–based chain with 50 locations in the United States, is offering two Thanksgiving-themed sandwiches this year. The Holiday Turkey sandwich is filled with turkey, gravy, cornbread stuffing, cranberry sauce, and mayonnaise. The Holiday Ham sandwich (not pictured) features ham, cheddar, cinnamon sweet potato mash, and cranberry sauce. Both are $8.99.

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Publix: Turkey Cranberry Holiday Sub

Publix, the popular grocery store chain in the Southeast known for its chicken tenders and sub sandwiches, has brought back its Deli Turkey Cranberry Holiday Sub. It's filled with turkey, Gruyère, bacon, mayonnaise, and a cranberry orange relish. Prices vary, but this sandwich should run you $9-$10.

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Which Wich: Thank You Turkey

Which Wich's Thank You Turkey sandwich is made with thinly sliced turkey, cranberry sauce, and stuffing, and if that isn't enough, you can continue to customize it with your choice of over 40 different toppings.

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IHOP: Homestyle Turkey and Stuffing Melt

IHOP's Homestyle Turkey and Stuffing Melt is a griddled roast turkey sandwich on multigrain bread, filled with turkey, a four-cheese blend, cornbread stuffing, grilled onions, mayo, and a mixed berry topping. The gravy, in this case, comes on the side for as much or as little dunking as you please. The meal costs $11.49 and is served with your choice of side.

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Firehouse Subs: Thanksgiving Turkey Sub

The Thanksgiving Turkey Sub from Firehouse Subs (owned by the parent company of Burger King) has slices of turkey breast, cranberry sauce, stuffing, and mayo, and is served hot on your choice of white or wheat sub roll. Unfortunately, this sandwich is only available to Firehouse customers in the areas of Washington, D.C., Columbia, South Carolina, and St. Louis.

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Capriotti’s: The Bobbie

Capriotti's is one of the few sandwich chains that offers a Thanksgiving sandwich all year. This version is called The Bobbie, and it's a sandwich stuffed with slow-roasted hand-pulled turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and mayonnaise. This year, Capriotti's is offering a limited-time side of mashed potatoes and gravy—or just gravy, if you wish, for dunking. The Bobbie comes in several sizes; at our location, the 5-inch costs $8.50, the 8-inch costs $10.50, the 10-inch is $13.25, and the 18-inch is $21.95.

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Wawa: The Gobbler

Wawa is a gas station known for its food, and The Gobbler is one of its best known seasonal offerings. It's a hoagie piled high with turkey, gravy, stuffing, and cranberry sauce, served hot, and for those who don't want it in sandwich form, it's also available as a bowl. Like the rest of Wawa's offerings, The Gobbler ($8.99) has something of a cult following, since it's only offered briefly every year.

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