How To Get Free Restaurant Food
*Sign up for all of your favorite restaurant’s birthday clubs! Many of the most popular restaurants have a birthday club. When you join the birthday club, you usually get an email a few days before your birthday. That email contains a coupon that you can take to the restaurant and redeem for free food. Your free surprise may be desert, a free appetizer or even a free meal. Some restaurants that give out birthday freebies include Baskin Robbins (free scoop of ice cream), Bennigan’s (free brownie sundae), Buffalo Wild Wings (free dessert), and Denny’s (free Grand Slam).
*Join the restaurant’s e-club. Almost all major restaurants have an e-club. After you’ve joined the e-club, you will often get money-saving coupons as well as offers for free meals. Usually as soon as you sign up you will instantly receive a reward for joining. For example, when you join Arby’s Extras club, you get a free Roast Beef sandwich just for signing up. Brusters’ will send you a coupon for a free sugar or cake cone when you join their Sweet Rewards club. You can receive a free breakfast when you sign up for the Café Fun club with Mimi’s Café.
These are just a few places that you can find free food at some of the most popular restaurants. If you visit a restaurant and you think you would want to return again, don’t hesitate to ask them if they have a rewards club that you can join or if they take email addresses and notify the email list of available coupons and free food offers. You can also visit your favorite restaurant’s website before you visit to see if there is a rewards club option. Not only do many popular national restaurant chains offer freebies, so does many local spots. For example, my local IHOP sends out coupons all of the time. These coupons can usually only be used at that one specific IHOP location.
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