National Cheeseburger Day might sound like just another made-up holiday, but the deals are real.
The following sit-down restaurants and fast-food chains will serve up free or discounted cheeseburgers on Tuesday.
Before you run out the door, though, call ahead to the locations in your area to confirm they are participating in these offers. In some cases, a chain’s website simply says that its offer is available at “participating locations.”
Black Angus Steakhouse
This restaurant chain tells Money Talks News it’s bringing back its Steakhouse Bacon Cheeseburger and Guacamole Burger for the “holiday.” You can get either of the cheeseburgers, fries or coleslaw and any 16-ounce draft beer for $10.99 on Tuesday. The offer is available only in the BullsEye Bar. It costs $12.99 in Hawaii and $9.99 in Alaska.
Get this California-based chain’s Big Cheese burger for $1 on Tuesday. Mention the offer or show it on your phone when ordering. A list of participating locations is available on Farmer Boys’ Facebook page.
Holiday Inn Burger Theory
The hotel chain is giving away 10,000 Classic cheeseburgers at its Burger Theory restaurants on Tuesday — no purchase necessary. A list of participating locations is available on Holiday Inn’s National Cheeseburger Day webpage.
Get a Gourmet Cheeseburger and Bottomless Steak Fries for $5 with the purchase of a drink on Tuesday if you dine in.
If you download this chain’s new app by Monday, you will get a buy one, get one (BOGO) Cheeeesy Burger offer for Tuesday. If you miss your chance to snag that offer, you may want to download the app anyway. Anyone who downloads it will get a free Classic Burger after making their first purchase through the app.
Get a free Dave’s Single cheeseburger with any purchase that you order through Wendy’s app. Note that you can redeem this offer not just on Tuesday but on every day during September.
This fast-food chain has dubbed Tuesday “Cheese Slider Day.” Get a free cheese slider with any purchase on Tuesday with coupon.
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