Burgers, lobsters and smoothies are among the foods you’ll find discounted on Leap Day, that extra day at the end of February the calendar gives us each four years.
Here are five of the regional and national eatery chains where you’ll find these deals on Monday.
Dog Haus will put an additional patty and cheese on your burger for free on Monday. “That’s right, no strings attached (unless it’s a string of cheese),” the regional chain quips.
Dog Haus currently has locations in four Western U.S. states, with most stores in California.
This offer is only good at participating locations, so call ahead to confirm whether your nearest location is participating. Hungry Howie’s has nearly 600 locations in 21 states, but none of the stores in Alabama or Florida is participating in the Leap Day deal.
Krispy Kreme Doughnuts is offering one dozen original glazed doughnuts for $2.29 after you purchase a dozen at regular prices.
This offer is only good at participating locations, so call ahead to confirm whether your nearest location is participating. Krispy Kreme has more than 1,000 retail locations across 25 countries.
Legal Sea Foods is treating diners who order lobster to a free lobster. This $29 special entails two 1-pound steamed lobsters and a choice of two sides.
“For the other 365 days of the year, lobsters are only served individually, and the current market price of a one-pounder is $25.95,” the regional restaurant chain explains.
Legal Sea Foods, which has locations in six Eastern U.S. states and the District of Columbia, suggests making reservations due to the anticipated popularity of the Leap Day special.
Tropical Smoothie Cafe is offering members of its loyalty program any 24-ounce Classic Smoothie for $2.29, a discount of almost 50 percent off. Joining the loyalty program, called Club Tropical, is free and you can join online here.
Tropical Smoothie Cafe has more than 475 locations nationwide.
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