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Tax Day Restaurant Freebies & Deals

Posted on Tuesday, April 15th, 2014 at 10:14 am
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Once you’ve completed those taxes, celebrate by taking advantage of all the great freebies & deals offered at local restaurants today!

Arby’s  – Free Snack Size Curly Fries on Tax Day

Boston Market – $10.40 for 2 Half Chicken Individual Meals Valid 4/15 Only

California Tortilla  – Free chips and queso with any purchase on 4/15 – (expires 4/15/2014)

First Watch – $2 off an entree choice – (expires 4/15/2014)

Friendly’s – $9.99 for Entree, Beverage & 2-Scoop Sundae (exp: 4/15/2014)

Great American Cookie Company FREE Chocolate Chip Cookie on Tax Day 4/15

Hard Rock Cafe – FREE Dinner Entree When You Sing for Your Supper at Select Cafes on 4/15 Only

Papa John’s Pizza – $10.40 Any Large 5-Topping Pizza (exp: 4/15/2014)

Papa Murphy’s Pizza$5 Large Pizza on Tax Day (exp: 4/15/2014)

Ruby’s Diner – $10.40 Classic Rubyburger, Fries & Shake Valid 4/15 Only

Schlotzsky’s Deli – Free Original Sandwich WYB Chips & Drink Valid 4/15 Only

Smoothie King – $2.99 Small Smoothie 20 oz. (exp: 4/15/2014)

Sonic – 1/2 Price Drinks and Slushes All Day on Tax Day

Spaghetti Warehouse – Buy 1 Get 1 Free Original 15-Layer Lasagne + Free Cannoli Dessert Valid 4/15 Only

Starbucks – 25% Off Vanilla Macchiato for Starbucks Rewards members – check your account (exp: 4/15/2014)

White Castle – 15% Off Entire Purchase  (exp: 4/15/2014)

 

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