7 Restaurants Offering Burger Deals on Friday

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National Cheeseburger Day might sound like just another made-up holiday, but the deals are real.

The following restaurant and fast-food chains will serve up free or discounted burgers for the “holiday” — which is Friday, Sept. 18.

Note: Before heading out, consider calling ahead to confirm that locations in your area are participating in these offers.

For more deals you can score right now, check out:

Applebee’s

Applebee’s is offering a Burger Bundle for $8.99 on Friday. It includes your choice of handcrafted burger, fries and a soft drink.

Locations: Visit Applebee’s locations webpage.

Farmer Boys

Get this California chain’s Big Cheese burger for $2 on Friday from 2 to 5 p.m.

Members of Farmer Boys’ loyalty program who buy a Big Cheese or Friday and scan their receipt will get another $2 Big Cheese loaded into their account.

Locations: The participating restaurants, all in California, are listed on the chain’s National Cheeseburger Day page.

Halo Burger

This Michigan chain is offering its QP burger for $1.97 — in celebration of Halo Burger’s 97th birthday. The offer is good from this Friday until Sept. 30, but you must download the chain’s app before Friday to get the deal.

Locations: Visit Halo Burger’s locations webpage.

Mooyah

Rewards App members will receive a free Build Your Own Cheeseburger on Friday with the purchase of fries and a drink or shake. That includes folks who download the app on Friday, as Mooyah says you will receive the offer on the spot.

Locations: All Mooyah locations are participating in this offer.

Red Robin

Buy one of Red Robin’s Gourmet Burgers or Finest Burgers this week and you will get a second such burger for 50% off. Use promo code BOGO.

Locations: Visit Red Robin’s locations webpage.

Steak ‘n Shake

Users of Steak ‘n Shake’s Rewards Club app get 50%, or $2, off the Double ‘n Cheese Steakburger from this Friday through Sept. 24, a spokesperson tells Money Talks News. The discount applies to orders placed through the app.

Locations: Visit Steak ‘n Shake’s website.

Wayback Burgers

This chain is offering a Cheeesy Quarantini burger for $6.99 to $7.49 on Friday. Wayback Burgers describes the Cheeesy Quarantini as a twist on its popular Cheeeesy Burger:

“Instead of American cheese, we are adding extra ‘kick’ to this burger (and 2020) with four slices of spicy, gooey pepper jack cheese, layered between two beef patties cooked-to-order. And while we love putting the classic Cheeeesy’s grilled and buttered bun on the sandwich upside down, we are really longing for things to get back to normal, so we’re flipping that bun right side up on the ‘Cheeeesy Quarantini!’ Think of it as our rally cap — in reverse!”

Locations: Visit Wayback Burgers’ locations webpage.

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