Visit a website, fill in a few details and get free food — all in less than a minute. It sounds too good to be true, but it’s a reality at many restaurants.
Many chain restaurants have e-club offers that can save you up to $10 — or even more — simply for giving them your email or cellphone number.
If you are wary of spam coming into your email, set up a separate account just for these freebies. Then, start signing up.
Following are a bunch of great deals you can score today.
Black Angus Steakhouse
Sign up for the Black Angus Prime Club and get a free dessert, plus a free steak dinner on your birthday.
Buca di Beppo
Sign up for the Buca di Beppo e-club, and you’ll get a $10 gift from this Italian restaurant.
California Pizza Kitchen
Register for CPK Rewards, and get a free small plate, plus a free dessert on your birthday.
Become a member of the Flavorhood at Checkers, and you’ll land a coupon for a free order of large fries with any purchase.
Become a member of the Raving Fan e-club at Del Taco, and you’ll enjoy two free tacos, plus a complimentary premium shake on your birthday.
Give Houlihan’s your email address, and you’ll score $10 off, plus a free entree on your birthday.
Joe’s Crab Shack
Surf over to sign up for the Joe’s Catch e-club at Joe’s Crab Shack, and you’ll get a free appetizer.
Saddle up for the Steakholders Club at LongHorn Steakhouse, and you’ll get a free appetizer with the purchase of an entree.
On The Border
Join the On The Border Club Cantina, and get a free bowl of queso with an entree purchase on your next visit — plus surprises on your birthday and the anniversary of your signing up.
Catch the wave with Rubio’s Beach Club, and you’ll savor the flavor of a free taco.
Sign up for So Connected with Ruby Tuesday, and you will receive a free appetizer when you join, plus a free burger or Garden Bar entree on your birthday.
Join the Sizzler Real Deal e-club, and you’ll get a free entree.
Wild Wing Cafe
Get a free appetizer when you join the Wild Wing Cafe’s Wild Card Loyalty Club.
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