Great Restaurant Deals for Valentine's Day
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Great Restaurant Deals for Valentine’s Day

Posted on Tuesday, February 12th, 2013 at 3:31 pm
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Looking to celebrate Valentine’s Day without breaking the bank? Many restaurants are offering special deals and promotions especially for Valentine’s Day. We’ve rounded up the best ones for you!

AMC Theatres has a coupon for free french fries with purchase of Les Miserables movie ticket valid 2/13 & 2/14

Ben & Jerry’s has a coupon for $3 off a medium or large Valentine’s Day cake valid through 2/28/2013

California Tortilla is offering a free Sweet Treat with an entree purchase on Valentine’s Day

Caribou Coffee has a coupon for buy 1 get 1 free drinks on Valentine’s Day

Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf has a coupon for buy 1 get 1 free beverages on Valentine’s Day

Houlihan’s has a coupon for a free lobster tail or 5 shrimp when you buy a steak entree on Valentine’s Day

Krispy Kreme has a coupon for buy 1 dozen Valentine’s Day donuts, get 12 Valentine’s Cards good for 1 free donut each

Marble Slab has a coupon for $2 off any Heart Ice Cream Cake or 6-pack Heart Ice Cream Cupcakes valid through 2/15/2013

Monical’s Pizza has a coupon for a $14 14-inch heart-shaped thin crust 1-topping pizza and 2 drinks valid through 2/17/2013

Quiznos has a coupon for a free cookie on Valentine’s Day

Ruby Tuesday is offering a free dessert coupon with an online reservation for 2/14-2/17

See’s Candies has a coupon for $2 off a $25 purchase valid through 2/14/2013

Steak Escape has a coupon for $10.99 for two small sandwich value meals on 2/14 only

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