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This weekend, you can get discounts at Sonic, Applebee's and P.F. Chang's. And we've got tips to help you slash the price even further.

Looking for a meal deal this weekend? For starters, you can check out a couple of Money Talks News stories that will point you in the right direction.

In “21 Restaurants Offering Free Food Right Now,” you’ll find a bunch of eateries offering free fare this very instant just for signing up for their app.

You’ll find more great tips for saving at restaurants by checking out “7 Surefire Ways to Save on Your Next Restaurant Meal.”

We’ve also got three new offers for you to try on Saturday and Sunday. They are:

50 cent corn dogs at Sonic

If you’re in the mood for basic, all-American fare, head over to Sonic. On Saturday, March 18, you can get corn dogs at Sonic for a half-buck.

Save even more: Stop by after 8 p.m. and get half-price shakes and ice cream slushes.

3 new ‘2 for $20’ deals at Applebee’s

Applebee’s has unveiled three new entrees in its famous “2 for $20” offer. According to the restaurant’s website, they are:

Caprese Mozzarella Burger: Sauteed garlic and onions seared into an all-beef patty and topped with balsamic aioli, grilled tomatoes, grilled red onions, fresh mozzarella, and fresh basil. Served with classic fries.
Caprese Mozzarella Chicken: Grilled chicken breast, fresh mozzarella, tomato, red onion, basil, and balsamic glaze. Served with garlic mashed potatoes.
Spinach & Artichoke Chicken Cavatappi: Grilled chicken breast, cavatappi pasta, artichoke, grape tomatoes, Parmesan and crispy spinach leaves.

In addition, Applebee’s has a new entree on its “2 for $25” menu:

Firecracker Shrimp Cavatappi: Crispy sriracha shrimp, cavatappi pasta, sauteed zucchini, red bell pepper and red onion.

These deals allow you to get an appetizer and two entrees, all for $20 or $25, depending on the offer.

Save even more: If you’ve never ordered online from Applebee’s before, you can get $5 off the first time you do so. The only catch is that your order must be more than $25. Use the coupon code 5OFF25 to claim your discount.

‘March Madness’ Takeout at P.F. Chang’s

P.F. Chang’s is celebrating the NCAA basketball tournament by offering 20 percent off takeout and online orders. If you order by phone, just reference the deal. Order online, and you’ll need to include the code MADNESS at checkout.

Save even more: You can slash your restaurant bill even more by purchasing discounted gift cards. For instance:

And remember, those discounted gift card deals can also be found for Sonic, Applebee’s or just about any other restaurant.

Do you know of other great restaurant deals? Share them by commenting below or on our Facebook page.

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