Outback’s Free Bloomin’ Onion Deal Is Back

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Ready. Set. Bloom! ” Outback Steakhouse is giving you a delicious reason to cheer on NASCAR’s Kevin Harvick.

Harvick is Outback’s sponsored race car driver. The popular restaurant chain says any time Harvick notches a top 10 finish in a Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race, it will give away its signature Bloomin’ Onion appetizer for free.

The deal, known as “Bloomin’ Monday,” will occur the Monday immediately following a successful top-10 finish for Harvick in his No. 4 Ford Fusion. The 2017 NASCAR season runs through Nov. 19, so there are many opportunities for Harvick to race well and for you to feast on Outback’s popular fried onion appetizer.

The “Bloomin’ Monday” deal is good with any Outback purchase. All you need to do to score the free onion is say the magic words, “Bloomin’ Monday,” to your Outback server.

If you don’t follow NASCAR but you don’t want to miss out on a free mouthwatering fried onion from Outback, you can sign up to receive an email when Harvick races well and you can score Outback’s “Bloomin’ Monday” deal.

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