Every week, we update this list of fast food deals available at chain restaurants throughout Seattle and the Puget Sound region. 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. Leave a comment below if you find a deal is no longer offered.
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Seattle restaurant deals with a deadline
(Listed in order of expiration date.)
Wendy’s is offering a free Jr. Bacon Cheeseburger every day through November 23 with any purchase. To get the deal, you must download the Wendy’s app and sign-up for an account. Among other deals, the FREE burger can be found under “Offers.” Redeem the digital coupon in the restaurant via the app. The offer can be redeemed once per day.
7-Eleven has a $1.49 bring-your-own-cup Slurpee offer on November 23 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Bring your own cup to the convenience store and fill ‘er up with your favorite Slurpee for just $1.49 at participating locations. Before you start thinking about filling up a bucket, there are a few rules: 1) Cup must fit through a 10-inch hole upright. 2) Cup must be food-safe clean. 3) Cup must be watertight. 4) Limit one cup per person. There are more than 10,000 locations across North America, so odds are one is close to your home, work or school. Slurp away on the savings!
Wendy’s $2 key tag gets free Jr. Frosty throughout 2019. It’s their annual deal: purchase a cool Frosty Key Tag for just $2 at participating locations. You can also purchase them online here. (There is a $1 shipping charge — for up to 10 tags in a single order. If you order more, the shipping charge is still nominal.) The key tag is available for a limited time, while supplies last. They often sell out quickly, so don’t wait too long to get one. Otherwise, you really will be left in the cold. Then, every time you visit Wendy’s in 2019, flash your key tag and get a Jr. Frosty FREE with any purchase. The offer is limited to one per transaction, per visit, per key tag. The deal pays for itself in just a few visits. If you frequent Wendy’s often, you’ll definitely enjoy lots of sweet savings before ringing in 2020. It might be wise to buy one for each family member for maximum savings. If anything, the proceeds are going to an important cause: Helping kids find a good, loving family to call home — 95 percent of the proceeds benefit the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.
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 2018, enjoy a single scoop of ice cream (in a cup or cone) for $1.50 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.
Seattle Seahawks Blue Friday Food Deals
Blue Friday in the Emerald City always means local restaurants roll out some food deals:
Seattle restaurant deals for a ‘limited time’
(Listed in alphabetical order by restaurant name)
Bonefish Grill has a new Bang Wednesday menu with food items starting at $6. This is a dine-in only deal that’s available each Wednesday from 4 p.m. to close for a limited time. Menu choices and prices may vary by location, but can include: BANG BANG SHRIMP® FLATBREAD, BANG BANG SHRIMP®, BANG BANG SHRIMP® TACOS, SURF + TURF BURGER, and BANG BANG SHRIMP® SIRLOIN.
Burger King is offering three pancakes for just 89 cents at participating locations for a limited time–less than 30 cents per flapjack. The offer is available during breakfast hours, which are typically 6 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at most locations. For an additional cost, add hash browns, sausage or French Toast Sticks — for a bigger breakfast.
Burger King is offering chicken nuggets at an amazingly low-price. For a limited time, chicken nugget lovers can enjoy a 10-piece order for just $1 at participating locations. It’s a big deal because they’ve been offering them for $1.69 for quite some time now. Each order includes your choice of two dipping sauces, including barbecue, honey mustard, ranch, buffalo and sweet & sour. For just $5 (plus tax), get 50 nuggets and have a frugal feast with friends or family. That’s lots of dippin’!
Caribou Coffee offers a loyalty program, Caribou Perks. Rewards can be everyday items, special treats or discounts. There are over 25 Caribou Coffee locations throughout the Puget Sound region, located within Safeway stores in Seattle, Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, and surrounding cities. Joining the program is easy — you can simply text ENROLL to 65017 or visit www.caribouperks.com. If you complete all the optional questions in your online profile, you will be rewarded right away with a FREE medium beverage of your choice. Copyright Living on the Cheap. The post Earn free beverage and more at Caribou Coffee appeared first on Living On The Cheap.
Dairy Queen continues its popular lunchtime meal deal with the $5 Buck Lunch with a sundae all day. For those who like their lunch with a sweet treat. The DQ $5 Buck Lunch is now available all day at participating locations. Get two crispy chicken wraps, three chicken strips or cheeseburger, as well as fries, a beverage and small sundae, for just $5. For a buck more, upgrade the sundae to a small Blizzard. For locations, click here. Copyright Living on the Cheap. The post Dairy Queen serves $5 Buck Lunch with sundae all day appeared first on Living On The Cheap.
Del Taco has not just one, but two Taco Nights every week: On Tuesdays, you can get three regular tacos for $1.29. On Thursdays, you can get three chicken soft tacos for $2.29. 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 knows how popular pancakes are with kids and adults alike. The diner continues to offer all-you-can-eat pancakes, as part of its Value Menu. For just $4, get your fill of the fluffy goodness. If you want any extras like bacon, sausage, eggs or hash browns, it will cost you a bit more. However, you could just indulge on pancakes and satisfy your hunger “on the cheap.” The pancake promo is available at participating locations — for a limited time. 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 ‘Piece of the Pie’ Rewards program. Membership is FREE and enables you to earn free pizza. Here’s how it works: An online order ($10 minimum) equals 10 points. (Note: Only one order per day can earn points.) Once you earn 60 points, you can enjoy a FREE medium two-topping pizza. If you want a pizza party, save up your points — as you can redeem up to 5 FREE pizzas per day. To join, click here.
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.
GODIVA Chocolate Rewards Club members enjoy sweet offers. Members receive a FREE piece of chocolate every month at one of its boutiques, FREE standard shipping for one online order, a special birthday offer and exclusive offers every month. Plus, when you spend $20, you’ll get a FREE gift the following month. Membership is FREE. You can sign up online or at a Godiva Boutique.
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.
Little Caesars has reduced the price of its popular combo by a buck. Now get the $5 Hot-N-Ready Lunch Combo every day, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Get a four-slice Deep!Deep! Dish Pizza with pepperoni and a 20-ounce Pepsi product for five bucks. The best part is that it’s “Hot-N-Ready,” so no waiting for it to heat up — just grab it and go. The “cheap” combo is available at particiapting locations. Copyright Living on the Cheap. The post Little Caesars: $5 Hot-N-Ready lunch combo appeared first on Living On The Cheap.
McDonald’s $6 Classic Meal Deal includes dessert. Bargain diners will appreciate McDonald’s latest meal deal, but for a limited time. With its new $6 Classic Meal Deal, get a meal with the chain’s classics for just six dollars. Choose from a Big Mac, Quarter Pounder with Cheese, Filet-O-Fish or 10-piece Chicken McNuggets — all served with a side of small fries, any size soft drink and a pie.
Pei Wei Asian Diner: Get Wei Better Orange Chicken for $7, add veggies for $1. The popular Asian-inspired diner continues to offer its Wei Better Orange Chicken, made with fresh, house-cut chicken. With each dish fresh-to-order, the hand-battered chicken is wok-seared in orange sauce and tossed with fresh orange slices. Plus, there’s an option to add veggies for just a buck more. For a limited time, get a regular order for just $7 at participating locations. (Yes, the chain recently increased the price by $2, but it remains the least expensive entrée on its menu. In addition, it now appears there is only one size available — regular.) For veggie lovers, get its Wei Veggie Orange Chicken for $8 — same dish, but tossed with fresh red bell peppers, onions, carrots and snap peas.
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. With so many options, you can mix-and-match to create the perfect frugal feast for your crew. However, 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 Lobster just introduced early dining specials — perfect for those who prefer their savings (and seafood) during the day. Even better, the offers are a permanent fixture on its menu, not for-a-limited-time. The daily deals are only valid Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m , so plan accordingly. (The only exception is the Tuesday deal, which is available all day.) Red Lobster is often the restaurant destination for special occasions, including birthdays, anniversaries and graduations. Thanks to these daylight deals, friends and family might consider organizing a daytime gathering and use the extra savings on a gift.
- Endless Shrimp Monday — Mix-and-match Shrimp Scampi, Fried Shrimp and Grilled Shrimp Skewer endlessly for just $15.
- To Go Tuesday — Enjoy your seafood favorites from the comfort of your home or office with 15% off online to-go orders – all day long. Place your order at RedLobsterToGo.com using promo code TUESDAY.
- Four-Course Wednesday — Get Red Lobster’s famous 4-Course Feast, with soup, salad, entrée and dessert for only $15.
- Petite Ultimate Feast Thursday – Smaller portions, but just as “ultimate.” Dive into a petite Maine lobster tail, wild-caught snow crab legs, garlic shrimp scampi and Walt’s Favorite Shrimp for just $20.
- Fish Fry Friday – Celebrate the start of the weekend with Fish Fry Friday for $10.
Red Robin is the place to be Every Wednesday when the family-friendly restaurant is offering an entrée from its Kid’s Menu for $1.99 at participating locations — for a limited time. These offers can change quickly, so without an end date for the promo, ask first before ordering. Even better, ask before you’re seated, if the deal is the primary reason for your visit. Kids (11 and under) will receive their favorite Kids Menu entrée, alongside Bottomless beverages and sides, including steak fries, broccoli, apples, Mandarin oranges and more. The menu includes Red’s Burger, Swirly Twirly Pasta, Corn Doggies and more. (For a full review of its Kids Menu, click here.) The offer is valid for dine-in only, with the purchase of an adult entrée. Limit three kid’s entrées per adult. For Red Robin’s current Everyday Value promos, click here.
Restaurant.com is the national service that sells discount dining certificates all the time: $10 for $25 worth of food, $20 for $50 worth of dining, etc. But you should never pay full price, because those certificates are nearly always on sale. They go as low as $4 for $25 worth of food. To get the lower price, you need the promo code (which changes frequently). So, check the link for the latest deal, and start saving when you dine out.
SONIC Drive-In has half-price burgers every Tuesday night from 5PM to close, one of the best deals around the south Sound. Here’s a run-down of 7 great deals you can always find at SONIC Drive-In:
- Tuesday Night Special: Get 50% off cheeseburgers every Tuesday from 5 p.m. to closing.
- Half-Price Shakes: They offer 50% off shakes after 8 p.m. With the deal, get a shake from about $1 to $3, depending on the type and size. The promo typically runs from mid-March to late August.
- Morning Drink Stop: Before you head to work or school in the morning, stop by and quench your thirst. They offer large sodas, teas and slushes for 99¢ each before 10 a.m. They also offer specialty large drinks for $1.49.
- Happy Hour: Need an afternoon pick-me-up? The chain offers a daily happy hour with 50% off drinks and slushes from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
- Snack Time: In addition to its Happy Hour drink special, snack on the cheap from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. daily — get a corn dog for 99¢.
- Holiday Specials: They regularly offers 50% off cheeseburgers, 50¢ corn dogs, half-price ice cream cones and more. The specials are tied to most holidays, big and small. (Think National Corn Dog Day, Best Friends Day, Back-to-School and more.) To be in the loop, follow them on social media (namely Twitter at @sonicdrivein) for updates on specials.
Starbucks is changing its popular happy hour promos. If you’re a regular, you must have noticed they didn’t offer 50% off Frappuccinos for a week or so this year, as they have done for the past several summers. No longer open to all, you must now be “invited” to get the discounted beverages. Each time, a different beverage will be offered at, typically, 50% off, after 3 p.m., on a specific day. As of now, the offers seem to mostly occur on Thursdays. Starbucks Rewards members automatically have the offers loaded onto their account. If you’re not a member, you can still take advantage of the bargain by signing up at starbucks.com/happyhour. Then, usually a day or two before a happy hour special, get a notice in your inbox. You will be sent a one-time use discount barcode to scan at check-out, which you can print or show on your smartphone.
Starbucks coffee shops have offered a 10-cent discount to patrons who supply their own mugs or travel tumblers. For coffee-loving regulars, the dimes add up. If you use your own mug for a month you have stopped using a pound of paper, or more than 3 pounds of wood. Good deal for the environment, AND saved yourself $3.00.
Wendy’s is making its fries more budget-friendly. Get any size fries for just $1. That’s right! A small, medium or large order for just one buck at participating locations. The chain’s fries are natural cut, skin-on with sea salt. Of course, for the best value, get the large order. You might consider splitting them with a friend, so you’re saving money and not eating too much at the same time.
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