6 Mouthwatering Food Deals You Can Score Now

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The arrival of spring not only ushers in warmer temperatures, but also brings a new wave of delicious food deals at restaurant chains across the U.S.

Here are six awesome discounts you can score today at the following four chains:

  • White Castle: You can score a “buy one, get one free” Breakfast Combo or Castle Combo (No. 1 through No. 6) through April 4 with the coupon at the White Castle website. If you make a $20 purchase online at White Castle, you can get a free sack of 20 chicken rings. Use promo code RINGS at checkout.
  • Papa John’s: Make an order online now through March 26 and use promo code PAPA to score 50 percent off all pizzas at the regular menu price at Papa John’s.
  • Olive Garden: “The bigger the party, the bigger the savings” at Olive Garden through March 26. You can use the coupon at the Olive Garden website to get up to 20 percent off your total check. Your discount is determined by the number of entrees included on the bill. For example, the coupon entitles you to 10 percent off a check with two entrees, 15 percent off a check with three entrees or 20 percent off a check with four or more entrees, up to a $50 maximum discount. Olive Garden is also offering a “buy one, take one” offer on its entrees.
  • P.F. Chang’s: You can try one of P.F. Chang’s new power salads for free with the purchase of an entree on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays through March 29. The dine-in-only offer is limited to one per check and includes the Mandarin Crunch, Asian Caesar or Vietnamese Noodle Entree Salads. You need to print or show the offer to redeem it.

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