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Posted on Thursday, August 5th, 2010 at 3:40 pm
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Get Your Child's Meal for Free!

Get Your Child's Meal for Free!

Eating out doesn’t have to break the bank. Inf act, with free meals, it can be cheaper than cooking at home. Check out the new free kids meals at IKEA (with no purchase!) and the other free kid’s meals deals going on right now.

IHOP is offering free kid’s meals to children age 12 and younger with the purchase of an adult meal (one adult meal per one free kid’s meal). You can get this deal any day in August, but you have to dine between 4pm and 10pm.

IKEA has an even better deal going! They are offering free kid’s meals with no adult purchase required. This is great for those of use with more kids than adults. It is also for kids aged 12 and younger, but it is only good through August 15th.

SaladWorks offers kids 12 and younger a free meal, but this is only on Thursdays after 3pm- one FREE kid’s meal for each adult entree + drink purchased.

Chick-fil-A offers one free kids meal with per combo meal purchased. 5:30-7:30pm on Family Fun Night, which is Tuesdays.

Denny’s also offers free meals on Tuesdays. From 4 – 10pm kids eat free with up to two entrees per adult meal purchased. That works for me.

Do you know of any other free kid’s meal deals? If so, please share them in the comments.

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