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.
Be sure to check our Food & Beverage page for more dining deals. And, check this article from the Seattle Times about 17 new Seattle-area cheap eats for 2018 — plus 9 more to try. Plus, find more national restaurant deals and coupons here.
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Seattle restaurant deals with a deadline
(Listed in order of expiration date.)
Tax Day Freebies and Deals. To help take some of the sting out of tax day, many restaurants and other businesses are offering tax day discounts and freebies. Some of the deals are valid for only one day, while some are longer.
- Applebee’s: Applebee’s is serving $1 Dollaritas all month long. And get $5 off your first online order over $25 with coupon here.
- BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse: Get a 20% discount on a $40 purchase until April 15. Other deals are listed on their webpage.
- Dairy Queen continues to offer their $5 Buck Lunch all day. Get two crispy chicken wraps, three chicken strips or cheeseburger, plus fries, a beverage and small sundae, for just $5.
- Firehouse Subs: FREE medium sub when you purchase an additional medium or large sub, chips and a medium drink. You will need this Firehouse Subs coupon to get the deal.
- HydroMassage: Get a FREE massage April 15-22. You’ll need to call ahead for an appointment (except for Planet Fitness locations) and you’ll need this coupon.
- Office Depot and Office Max: Shred 5 lbs. of documents for FREE. You’ll need this coupon.
- Sonic: Half price shakes and ice cream slushes after 8 p.m.
Seattle Restaurant Week April 2 – 19 is Greater Seattle’s largest dining celebration. The promotion runs Sunday through Thursday; excluding Friday, Saturday and Sunday brunch.Reservations are not required, but are strongly encouraged. Walk-ins are appreciated; however, there is no guarantee that walk-in guests will be accommodated. More than 165 local restaurants are serving up three-course dinners for just $33, and many also offer two course lunches for $18. No passes, tickets or coupons are required. Prices do not include drinks, tax or gratuity. To make a lunch or dinner reservation, contact the restaurants directly.
Applebee’s serves the $1 margarita “Dollarita” every day in April at participating locations, served ice-cold in a 10-ounce mug. Through April 30, famished frugal diners can pair the bargain beverage with its popular 2 for $20 meal for maximum savings. It’s not often you can get an appetizer, two entrées and drinks for under $25, so the two deals combined make for a perfect, low-cost “date night.” As always, even though it’s a great deal, please drink responsibly. Availability and price may vary, so check your nearest Applebee’s location first.
Baskin-Robbins, 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. (Waffle cones and toppings are extra.) 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 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.
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 serves $5 Buck Lunch with a sundae all day. For those who like their lunch with a sweet treat, Dairy Queen continues its popular lunchtime meal deal. 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 new $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 always offers a great value, but it’s now making it even more 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 New $1, $2 & $3 Dollar Menus. For just a few bucks, customize your own meal deal at McDonald’s — thanks to its new $1, $2 and $3 Dollar Menus. Pick and choose your favorites for your perfect meal or snack and wash it all down with a $1 any size soft drink. Families will appreciate the new lower price on Happy Meals. The discount menu is available for a limited time at participating locations.
Pei Wei Asian Diner has some citrusy savings. The popular Asian-inspired diner just introduced its new 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. For a limited time, get an order for just $5 at participating locations — small or regular. For maximum savings, hungry bargain hunters should order the larger size. If you can’t eat it all, split it with a friend or take the rest home for later. Don’t forget to grab a fortune cookie!
Pizza Hut has a medium two-topping pizza for $5.99, ( or large size for $7.99) when you purchase two or more. According to the popular pizza place, this is the first-time they’ve offered such a low-price. To enjoy the savings, place an order for carryout or delivery via its various ordering options, including its app. As always, there’s an additional charge for stuffed crust or extra cheese.
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.
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 is “shaking” up late nights again by bringing back one of its most popular deals. The burger chain’s daily half-price Happy Hour on drinks and slushes from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. does not include shakes. However, if you’re willing to wait a few hours, enjoy an even sweeter offer. For a limited time, after 8 p.m., all shakes, floats and ice cream slushes are 50% off. (The promo typically ends around Labor Day.) Choose from many sweet, delicious flavors. SONIC’s shake menu is divided it into two types — Classic Shakes and Master Shakes. The latter are slightly higher in price because of additional ingredients. Each shake is topped with whipped cream and a cherry, of course. There’s no limit, so everyone can get a “shake down” without breaking the bank.
Starbucks has a Earth Day deal for coffee-loving regulars. Patrons who supply their own mugs or travel tumblers receive 10 cents off beverage purchases at participating stores. If you visit a Starbucks shop sans personal cup and plan to drink your coffee in-house, ask for a ceramic mug. If you use your own mug for a month, then you have stopped using a pound of paper, or more than 3 pounds of wood. Good deal for the environment. Starbucks also sells reusable cups that are sturdier than the paper versions and have a lifespan of approximately 30 uses.
Subway has five popular Footlongs for just $4.99 each — choose from Black Forest Ham, Cold-Cut Combo, Meatball Marinara, Spicy Italian or Veggie Delite. There is an additional charge for any extras. The offer is valid for a limited time at participating locations.
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