Valentine's Day Dilemma Over Chocolate And Flowers? Get Free Food Instead With Special Valentine's Promos
Valentine’s Day always sees a lot of couples scurrying for last minute reservations and partners choosing over the nicest and most affordable chocolates and flowers to give. But Valentine’s Day should not be all about spending. On a holiday that is dedicated to hearts, find the time to get to know the promos and deals during Valentine’s Day that give away free food, too.
The whole world, except for the ones that do not practice the tradition, are celebrating Valentine’s Day today. Some establishments have even put up special events that couples and those who love the said holiday can enjoy. Aside from that, there are tons of restaurants and food joints scatter all over the United States that are offering Valentine’s Day discounted deals and even free food.
Get a buy one, take one free heart-shaped original or cinnamon sugar pretzel from Auntie Anne’s after downloading the My Pretzel Perks mobile application. Participating branches of McAlister’s Deli in the United States are giving free meals for children. And Mimi’s Café gives out a free three-course meal to whoever plans to propose and gets engaged in their café.
California Pizza Kitchen offers a $35 deal that includes an appetizer, two entrée, and a dessert. Schlotzky’s is giving away free three-ounce bottles of its signature hot sauce nationwide without having to purchase anything else. Steak n’ Shake is offering a special Valentine’s Day shake at only $3.69 with flavors like red velvet, chocolate-covered strawberry, and Oreo red velvet.
Starting Feb. 14, Chuck E. Cheese will be offering two large pizzas for only $22 every Tuesday. Qdoba gets into the holiday spirit as it offers a free second entrée when someone kisses somebody at the register. Shoney’s will be giving out a free hot fudge cake with a purchase from their food bar. Lastly, Hooters is giving a free order of wings in exchange for the picture of an ex-lover, which will be shredded up on Valentine's Day.
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