This list of fast food restaurant discounts features local and chain restaurant dining deals in the Seattle-Tacoma metro area. The food and drink deals with an expiration date are listed first, followed by those that are available “for a limited time”.
Always keep in mind that prices and participation can vary–the deal may not be available at your nearest location. This is because national chains are often franchises that are locally owned and operated. A franchise can sometimes choose whether to participate in a national promotion.
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Fast food restaurant deals with a deadline
(Listed in order of expiration date.)
Baskin-Robbins (multiple locations), the world’s largest chain of ice cream specialty shops, continues its cool “Celebrate 31” promotion, celebrating more than 70 years of scooping the sweet stuff. On the 31st of every month in 2019, enjoy a single scoop of ice cream (in a cup or cone) for $1.70 at participating locations. The popular ice cream shop will serve up the sweet deal on the 31st of each month through the end of the year, so mark your calendars for January, March, May, July, August, October and December. Copyright Living on the Cheap. The post Baskin-Robbins: Get ice cream scoop for $1.50 appeared first on Living On The Cheap.
Fast food restaurant deals for a ‘limited time’
(Listed in alphabetical order by restaurant name)
Arby’s, known for its roast beef sandwiches has some new menu items at a special price for a limited time. Get any King’s Hawaiian sandwich (Chicken, Smoked Brisket, or Big Kahuna Combo) or any two Gyro sandwiches (roast beef, Greek, or turkey) for just $6 at participating locations.
Burger King has a monthly BK Café subscription for just $5, which gets you a a FREE small cup of coffee every day. The offer is only available via its app. Each day, the offer is added to your account for redemption. However, if you don’t use the offer for the day, you lose it. The daily cups of coffee are not cumulative, so be sure you have a convenient location nearby your home, work or school. If you use the service every day of the month, a cup of coffee will only cost you about 17 cents. For complete details about the program, click here.
Burger King is offering a 10-piece chicken nugget order for just $1.49 at participating locations for a limited time. If you like your savings on the spicy side, you can now also choose spicy nuggets for a limited time. Each order includes your choice of two dipping sauces, including barbecue, honey mustard, ranch, buffalo and sweet & sour. For just $7.45 (plus tax), get 50 nuggets and have a frugal feast with friends or family. That’s lots of dippin’!
Del Taco has not just one, but two Taco Nights every week: On Tuesdays, you can get three regular tacos for $1.49. On Thursdays, you can get three chicken soft tacos for $2.49. The deals are good only from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. With so many tacos, it’s like having your own little fiesta every week. To find a location, click here. If you join the Raving Fan eClub, Del Taco will send you a coupon for two FREE grilled chicken tacos with more insider-only treats and savings to follow. Copyright Living on the Cheap. The post Del Taco deals on Tuesdays and Thursdays appeared first on Living On The Cheap.
Denny’s diner offers all-you-can-eat pancakes on its Value Menu. For just $4, get your fill of the fluffy goodness of pancakes until you’re “fluffed” yourself at participating locations. If you want more of a breakfast, including bacon, sausage, eggs or hash browns, it will cost a little more. However, you could just indulge on pancakes and satisfy your hunger “on the cheap” — with butter and syrup to top it off. According to Denny’s, the offer is a permanent fixture on its menu. Copyright Living on the Cheap. The post Denny’s: All-you-can-eat pancakes for $4 appeared first on Living On The Cheap.
Domino’s is switching up its weeklong carryout special, sure to satisfy the cravings of frugal families and hungry bargain hunters. Every day of the week, customers can order any large (14″) or pan (12″), three-topping pizza online for just $7.99. According to Domino’s website, the regular price can be more than $15, so it’s quite the savings. With no limit, it’s the perfect excuse for an office pizza party or family feast at home. The offer is for carry-out only and does not include specialty or deep dish pizzas.
Einstein Bros. bagel and coffee shop (9 locations) just introduced its $8 Fresh & Ready Baker’s Dozen Box. (Don’t worry, Shmear Society Members can still get the $7 baker’s dozen deal every Monday.) However, this deal is open to all — no membership or coupon required. Packed with 13 bagels of its most popular flavors, bargain bagel hunters can pick up the deal Monday through Friday from opening until 11 a.m. at participating locations. Add two tubs of cream cheese for $4, for a grand total of $12.
Firehouse Subs has hot new deal on Small Subs. All of their subs are now available in a small size. Under 500 calories, and starting at just $3.99.
IKEA’s restaurant in Renton offers restaurant meals at very affordable prices, from $3-$6. The family-friendly Seattle IKEA is located south of Southcenter mall and is open seven days a week. Parents and kids love the family eating section with a fun play area, special kid’s menu, kid sized seating, highchairs, and bibs. IKEA FAMILY members (free to join) enjoy extra discounts and specials. Plus, everyone can shop the Swedish Market for take-home items, such as their frozen meatballs at $9 for a two-pound bag.
KFC has a $5 Fill-Ups menu that includes five tasty meals for $5 each. Deals include: 1) 3-piece tenders with mashed potatoes & gravy, biscuit, medium drink and chocolate chip cookie; 2) bowl with medium drink and chocolate chip cookie; 3) breast piece with mashed potatoes & gravy, biscuit, medium drink and chocolate chip cookie; 4) pot pie with medium drink and chocolate chip cookie; or 5) 2-piece drumstick & thigh with mashed potatoes & gravy, biscuit, medium drink and chocolate chip cookie.
Little Caesars offers a great value with a tasty for bargain hunters. The ready-to-go pizza chain is offering 5 items for $5 each. For $5, get a large Hot ‘n Ready classic pizza, Caesar Wings, four 20-oz. Pepsi products, family-size Cinnamon Loaded Crazy Bites or family-size Bacon Cheddar Loaded Crazy Bites. All of the items are available from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. daily at participating locations, for a limited time. No need to call ahead, no need to wait and no limit. However, the discounted items are available all day, every day by request. Copyright Living on the Cheap. The post Little Caesars Pizza offers 5 items for $5 each appeared first on Living On The Cheap.
McDonald’s popular 2 For $5 Mix & Match Deal is back for a limited time, with a new line-up of choices. Pick two of the following items for just $5 at participating locations: Big Mac, Filet-O-Fish, Quarter Pounder with Cheese or 10 Chicken McNuggets. You must purchase two items to get the savings.
Olive Garden really does treat you like family, especially with this deal. For a limited time, the popular Italian restaurant is giving customers a FREE take-home entrée at participating locations. First, enjoy one of the featured dishes with unlimited homemade soup or garden fresh salad and breadsticks, starting at $12.99. Then, choose a second entrée to take home, compliments of Olive Garden. There’s no limit per table, so everyone in your party can enjoy a meal later at home.
Pei Wei Asian Diner has a citrusy deal. Get a regular order of their Wei Better Orange Chicken for just $7 at participating locations for a limited time. The dish is made-to-order with fresh, house-cut chicken that is hand-battered, wok-seared in orange sauce, and tossed with fresh orange slices. For veggie lovers, get its Wei Better Orange Veggies for $7 — with fresh red bell peppers, onions, carrots and snap peas. For steak lovers, get its Wei Better Orange Steak for $8.
Pizza Hut is slicing into your family’s dining out budget in a small, but tasty, way, with its new $5 Lineup Menu. You must purchase two or more to get the savings. You can mix-and-match any of the options to create the perfect frugal feast for your crew. And, there is no maximum, so you could order 10 items for an easy, ready-to-go and “cheap” holiday or office party — for example, five pizzas, three orders of breadsticks and two giant cookies, all for $50…plus tax. For a limited time, get the following menu items for just $5 each. Remember, you must purchase at least two items for the savings from the available options, which include: pizza, wings, garlic knots, pasta, breadsticks, chocolate chip cookie, beverages, and cinnamon rolls. Yum.
Pizza Hut is offering a Triple Treat Box for $19.99, for a limited time. It’s a great quick-fix for those days when you’re just too busy to prepare dinner…or really hungry. The deal includes two medium one-topping pizzas, five breadsticks (or flavor sticks) and an Ultimate Hershey’s chocolate chip cookie. However, you can now skip the two sides and add a third medium pizza to the box for the same price. Remember, delivery will incur an additional charge, as will extra cheese. Copyright Living on the Cheap. The post Hungry? Pizza Hut’s Big Dinner Box for $19.99 appeared first on Living On The Cheap.
Red Robin is offering an entrée from its Kid’s Menu for $1.99 every Wednesday at participating locations. Kids (11 and under) can chew on their favorite Kids Menu entrée, alongside a Bottomless beverage and side (steak fries, broccoli, apples, Mandarin oranges). Entrees includes Red’s Burger, Swirly Twirly Pasta, and Corn Doggies. Valid for dine-in only, with the purchase of an adult entrée, entrée salad, sandwich, wrap or burger. Limit three kid’s entrées per adult.
Red Lobster just introduced weekday win dining specials, 5 days, 5 deals for just $15 (price and participation may vary). The daily deals are only valid Monday through Friday until 6 p.m. Each day a different offer is featured, such as endless shrimp and 4-course feast.
Red Robin is well-known for serving “Bottomless Steak Fries”. But nowadays, all of its burger sides are bottomless: Steamed Broccoli, Sweet Potato Fries, Coleslaw, and Garlic Herbed Fries. Burgers start at just $6.99 each. And the Fries-Broccoli-Slaw. Never. Stop. Ask about their featured Tavern Double–an extra deal for a limited time.
SONIC Drive-In (location throughout the south Sound and in Poulsbo) always has a variety of deals. One of our favorites is 1/2 price cheeseburger Tuesday. Click here for the latest Sonic food deals. Plus, download their app and sign up for exclusive deals.
Taco Bell is always craveable — even more so, when the prices are this low. The popular fast-food restaurant continues its popular dollar-value menu. There are now 13 items on its $1 Cravings Menu, including burritos, quesadillas, and desserts.
Village Inn (Federal Way) continues its very popular FREE Pie Wednesday at participating locations. It’s one of the sweetest deals around for pie lovers. Every Wednesday, from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., get a FREE slice of any classic fruit or featured pie with any adult entrée purchase. (Side dishes, bowls of soup and chili, beverages and Kids’ Menu items are not considered entrées.) One slice per person. The offer is not valid with any other promotion or discount, so you can’t use any coupons — one offer or the other. Pie selection varies by location.
Wendy’s is featuring their popular Frosty for 50 cents. It’s too good to last so, hurry you’ll be left out in the cold on this deal.
Best Happy Hour Deals
Happy Hour is another great way to score some cheap, fast eats.
Restaurants don’t always advertise their happy hour specials, but we’ve scouted restaurants all around the Seattle-Tacoma metro area for the best places to relax, unwind, imbibe, and indulge.
Our big list of annual food festivals
Food festivals around the Puget Sound region showcase ethnic and seasonal foods. Most have free admission and a great opportunity to try new food in one place.
Check our list of annual food festivals.
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