Hope you’re hungry! Whether you’re heading out to dinner with the family or eating on the run, we’ve got a deal that will fill up you…
Fast food: Let’s start this category off with a completely free cheeseburgerdog from RaceTrac gas-convenience stores (with coupon) [expires 6/6]. Actually, make that two free cheeseburger dogs: The coupon rules say “one coupon per person per month,” so if you print two copies of it, you can use one before May ends and the other between June 1 and 6!
To further clog your arteries, Denny’s will toss two free strips of bacon in with your purchase (coupon) [6/6]. Here, the fine print says “one coupon, per check, per visit,” so visit Denny’s often and split your check to ensure maximum bacon savings.
For slightly healthier fast food, stop by Hardees for a free Coke Zero with the purchase of a turkey burger (coupon) [5/27].
Restaurants: At Benihana, the fancy Asian restaurant known for cooking your meal right on your table, the current chef’s special is a hibachi steak dinner for two served with lots of sides for $40 [5/31]. It depends on the prices at your local restaurant, but that deal should save you several bucks.
If you’d rather get your Asian food to go, you can now order P.F. Chang’s China Bistro online – and save 20 percent on your online order (code TVSTAR) [today only].
For something more American, try Sweet Tomatoes‘ buy-one-get-one breakfasts or lunch and dinner deals for the whole family (coupons) [5/29].
For a Spanish dish from an Italian restaurant, Romano’s Macaroni Grill is serving free tapas (coupon) [5/27].
Groceries: “Like” the Athenos food brand on Facebook to receive a coupon for Athenos’ Greek yogurt, also known as strained yogurt because it’s thicker than “normal” yogurt [expiration unknown]. While you’re signed in, “like” Wholly Guacamole for a $1-off coupon [expiration unknown].
And if you’ve got one in your area, you can take $1o off your next purchase of $50-plus at Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market supermarkets (coupon) [6/6].
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