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Where to Find Free Thanksgiving Ringtones and Other Sound Clips

If your phone is gobbling, it must be Thanksgiving. The following sites can provide you with all the free Thanksgiving ringtones, sound effects, and other audio clips you could every ask for.

Thanksgiving Ringtones

Zedge. Zedge offers a variety of different free Thanksgiving ringtones for download in categories such as Christian, comedy, and sound effects. Selections here run from Turkey Gobble and Turkey Shot (guess he shouldn’t have gobbled) to Turkey in the Straw.

Myxer. You’ll find even more free Thanksgiving ringtones at Myxer. This site has everything from hip hop ringtones (Turkey Beat Box) to personalized ringtones (Happy Thanksgiving Grandma, Big Sis, etc.).

SoundBible.com. SoundBible.com is a great source for all your Thanksgiving sound effect needs. Whether you prefer your turkey to gobble, purr, yelp, or cluck, you’ll find it here. All the sound files here are either in the public domain or free for noncommercial/personal use.

WAVList.com. TV series throughout the ages have celebrated Thanksgiving, and you’ll find some of your favorite series Thanksgiving clips at WAVList.com. This site houses free Thanksgiving audio clips from such popular series as All in the Family, The Bob Hope Show, Bewitched, and The Simpsons.

AudioMicro. I won’t say we’ve saved the best for last, but it is certainly one of the most comprehensive free Thanksgiving audio clip sites out there. 104 tracks cover everything from TV shows (Friends) and music (gospel) to cartoons (Charlie Brown) and sound effects (the ubiquitous turkey gobble). You’ll also find clips from such notable figures as Ronald Reagan, William Burroughs, and George Bush.

Other free Thanksgiving resources:

Thanksgiving ClipartThanksgiving GamesThanksgiving eCards/Cards – Thanksgiving Ringtones/Sounds – Thanksgiving Coloring PagesThanksgiving Screensavers, Wallpaper, and Desktop Themes


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