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These restaurants are offering buy-one, get-one-free meals this week. One lets kids eat free, and the other two provide a free entree for diners of all ages.

Fast-food and restaurant coupons are easy to find, but offers that involve an entire free meal are true gems.

So when we spotted several BOGO entree offers — “BOGO” being short for “buy one, get one free” — we had to share.

These offers require no drink purchases or email sign-ups, and the details follow:

Carl’s Jr.

  • Deal: Free beef taco salad with the purchase of one beef taco salad
  • Valid: Through Sunday, Jan. 31
  • Directions: Print the coupon and bring it in.
  • Fine print: This offer is available only after regular breakfast hours, and is not valid with any other offer, discount or combo.
  • Bonus: Note that the fine print also says “one coupon per customer per visit.” So if you’re really into beef taco salad, you could score a free one every day through Sunday. Or if you go out to eat with several people and each person brings a coupon, each person can take advantage of this offer during a single visit.
  • Locations: carlsjr.com/locations

Moe’s Southwest Grill

  • Deal: Free burrito with the purchase of one burrito
  • Valid: Through Friday, Feb. 12
  • Directions: Print the coupon and bring it in, or display it on your mobile device at the register.
  • Fine print: This offer is valid only at participating locations, which means you might want to call your local Moe’s to confirm it will take the coupon before you get in the car. This offer is not valid with any other offer or with online or mobile orders.
  • Bonus: The fine print says “one coupon per guest,” so if you go out to eat with several people, each person should bring his or her own coupon to take advantage of this offer.
  • Locations: moes.com/find-a-moes

Noodles & Co.

  • Deal: Free kids meal with the purchase of any regular entree
  • Valid: On Thursday, Jan. 28
  • Directions: The restaurant does not specify any restrictions, such as whether this offer can be redeemed during certain hours, so you might want to call your local restaurant to confirm.

A regional chain, Jack’s Family Restaurants, is also offering a BOGO coupon for its signature burger, the Big Jack, through Feb. 9.

For more offers, be sure to check out Restaurant.com — which can help you save up to 50 percent when eating out — as well as Money Talks News’ deals page and coupons page.

Do you know of other great BOGO meal deals? Share them in our Forums. It’s a place where you can swap questions and answers on money-related matters, life hacks and ingenious ways to save.

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