How to Get a Free Wendy’s Cheeseburger Every Day This Month

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Wendy’s is celebrating National Cheeseburger Day by turning that little-known holiday into a month of free eats.

In a statement, Wendy’s announced a step-by-step process for collecting a free cheeseburger every day during September:

Here’s how it works:

  • Download Wendy’s official app from either the App Store or Google Play Store.
  • Use the app to order absolutely anything on the restaurant’s menu, and you’ll get a Dave’s Single quarter-pound cheeseburger for free.

You aren’t limited to one free burger for the entire run of the offer, but can refresh the offer every day through Sept. 30.

The restaurant chain announced on its website:

Get a free Dave’s Single with any purchase on any day. Fries on Monday? Free Dave’s Single. Small drink on Tuesday? Free Dave’s Single. Frosty on Wednesday? Whatevs. FREE DAVE’S SINGLE! It’s the offer that keeps offering.

Saving at other restaurants

Wendy’s isn’t the only restaurant that offers great deals. We list many others in our story “23 Restaurants Where You Can Get Free Food Now.”

We also have additional tips for cutting your costs when dining out in “12 Ways to Slice Your Next Restaurant Check in Half.” For example, joining an email list can open up endless opportunities to save:

Many eateries — from sit-down restaurants to fast-food joints and ice-cream chains — have an email list they use to notify subscribers of deals. Look for a sign-up option on the websites of your favorite restaurants and other restaurants you would like to try.

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