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Save Money with Cinco de Mayo Deals!

Posted on Thursday, May 1st, 2014 at 7:00 am
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TacosCinco de Mayo is celebrated every year on May 5th. You can have a good time without going too far over your budget. Take advantage of the deals and specials that restaurants and bars are offering on Cinco de Mayo Here are some to get started with. There may be some local deals in your area, too. Check with the website of your favorite Mexican restaurant to see how they will be celebrating.

Chevy’s is celebrating “5 Days of Cinco” from May 1, 2014 through May 5, 2014. According to their Facebook page, specials include $4.00 – $7.50 Dos XX Lager, Tecate and Tecate Light, $6.00 Doble Margs and Doble shots, and more. (These deals may not be happening at all Chevy’s locations – so call ahead and check).

Taco Time is celebrating Cinco de Mayo by offering $0.69 tacos all day long on May 5, 2014. There are no coupons associated with this deal. Just go in and enjoy the inexpensive tacos.

Carlos O’Kelly’s is holding their Cinco de Mayo celebration from May 2, 2014 through May 5, 2014. They are offering $5.00 Jumbo Margaritas, $1.50 small chili con queso, and 1/2 price Kid’s Meals. They also have a few deals that will only be offered on May 5, 2014. They will have $2.00 drafts, $3.00 Big Beers, and $3.00 Mex Bottles.

Green Burrito at Carl’s Jr has a coupon for $1.00 off any 2 piece or 4 piece grilled flautas with charbroiled chicken. This coupon will expire on June 8, 2014.

Chipotle has a catering deal that they are calling “Graduatering”. Obviously, it is geared for graduation parties. However, you could use it to get a good deal on catering for your Cinco de Mayo party. Place a catering order for 30 or more people between May 1, 2014, and June 30, 2014 and get a card for four free burritos.

Costa Vida will be giving away a free sweet pork burrito to each guest that arrives at their store in Lehi, Utah, between 11:00 in the morning and 1:00 in the afternoon on May 5, 2014.

Dos Equis will let you send a free eCard to a friend. Choose an image from their selection. Next, select a “line” from their collection. Most of them are in celebration of “Dos de Mayo” (because the brand is Dos Equis). You must be 21 or older to send the free eCard.

Taco Cabana is offering some relief for those who are hungover after celebrating Cinco de Mayo. They will be posting a coupon for a free taco from Taco Cabana on their Facebook page on May 6, 2014.

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