Cheap Ways to Celebrate National Margarita Day
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Cheap Ways to Celebrate National Margarita Day

Posted on Thursday, February 21st, 2019 at 7:00 am
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National Margarita Day is celebrated on February 22. It isn’t a National Holiday. You don’t have to spend an excessive amount of money to celebrate National Margarita Day.

A Margarita is a cocktail consisting of tequila, orange liqueur, and lime juice. It often is served with salt on the edge of the glass. This drink is served shaken with ice, blended with ice, or without ice.

Make Margarita’s at Home

In general, making beverages at home is less expensive than buying the same drink at a bar or restaurant. Do some price checking at your local grocery store and find out which one sells Margarita mix for the best price.

Pick up ingredients for dinner while you are there. Make tacos and Margaritas at home, and you will get the most for your money.

Find a Happy Hour

Not interesting in cooking? Another good way to celebrate National Margarita Day is at a local Happy Hour. Bars and restaurants that hold Happy Hours offer a limited variety of food and drink for a cheaper price than usual.

Chances are, the bar will know that February 22 is National Margarita Day. They are likely to put Margaritas in their Happy Hour selections. Restaurants might nor might not be aware of the holiday.

Check the Internet

Places that are celebrating National Margarita Day will want to attract as many people as possible. You might see advertisements on social media for places that are local to where you are. Another option is to check the social media pages and websites for places you want to celebrate at. 

Find out what time their Happy Hour will run. Compare the prices – and the offerings – of the various places. One of them is going to have the best deal!

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