Thanksgiving plates are no longer available for purchase, but you can still get the option to pay for them by plate.
In the U.S., the only option for payment by plate is a credit card, which can be purchased at most ATMs.
But a number of states are also offering plates for free.
Read more about thanksgiving plates and payment by plates in the article below.
In the U, thanksgiving plate sales are on track to be the highest in history.
Last year, thanksgivings accounted for $3.4 billion in total sales, up from $2.8 billion in 2011, according to the Pew Research Center.
Thanksgiving plates have become a popular way to mark the holiday in the U., with many businesses offering them as a way to celebrate the holiday.
However, thanks to a recent spate of vandalism, some thanksgiving plaques have been stolen in recent months.
The most recent vandalism occurred in the small town of Covington, Ky., in November, according a local news report.
A group of teens vandalized the plaques, which were placed at local businesses.
A second group of teenagers later vandalized a nearby school and also stole plaques from other businesses, according the Covingtons News-Leader.
In response, the local mayor called in the local sheriff to investigate the incidents.
After a two-day investigation, the sheriff determined the teens were juveniles and that they had committed a series of acts of vandalism in the past.
Authorities said the teenagers had been known to break into businesses and steal plates, but they did not have any known gang affiliations.
The local police chief said that while he did not want to blame the plates for the vandalism, he did feel responsible for the incidents in the future.
“It’s just like we had no control,” he said.
“If I had known about this in November or December, I would have taken action,” he added.
The sheriff said that in the meantime, the community will take care of the plates and that the community does not have the resources to take care.