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Free McDonald’s and Free Sippy Cup

Posted on Thursday, February 5th, 2009 at 11:02 am
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If you have been a regular reader, you know that Denny’s gave away a free breakfast yesterday. Many other restaurants are offering free food deals as well. These deals are usually during weekdays and or mornings, times I suppose when business is a bit slower than usual. The restaurants get new customers in the door, and you get some free food.

McDonalds have two different free food deals going on right now. You can get a free coffee, either hot or iced, every morning between 5 am and 8 am for the entire month. This applies to the McCafe espresso-based drinks. Not all McDonald’s have them, so check first at your nearest locations.

If you aren’t a morning person, you can stop by your local McDonald’s every weekday afternoon between 2 pm and 5 pm to take advantage of a buy one get one free deal on drinks. The deal applies to any drinks, from those special coffees to sodas, etc.

When you head over to McDonald’s don’t forget to bring your child’s sippy cup. If you have ever seen a young child pour an entire drink in his lap as it spilled out of the straw, you know what I mean. Juicy Juice is offering a free sippy cup when you join the Juicy Juice community. You can also receive a free guide to your child’s nutrition.
Click here to get to the offer.
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