Halloween Restaurant Deals & Freebies!

Posted on: October 27th, 2014 by Chris No Comments

krispy-kreme-halloween-2012-300x223Mark your calendars! Krispy Kreme is bringing back it’s Halloween freebie. When you stop into a Krispy Kreme on Halloween, in costume, you will get a free doughnut.
No purchase is necessary! This offer is good for kids and adults. So get your costume ready!

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Before you go trick-or-treating on Halloween, take the family to Chipotle! When you stop by Chipotle from 4 pm til close on Halloween, dressed in a costume, you will get a burrito, bowl, salad, or an order of tacos for just $3!
This is not just a Halloween deal, it’s to help raise money for their charity. All proceeds up to $1,000,000 will benefit the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation.
Go to Chipotle’s website to find one close to you!

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Here’s another Halloween deal for the month of October! Head over to Chuck E. Cheese anytime this month for Chucktober! When you wear your costume, you get 50 free tickets.
In addition to the 50 free tickets for those wearing a costume, Chuck E. Cheese’s is also offering:
-Chuck E. Trick or Treat bags
-20 free tokens with any food purchase on Halloween
-A Laffy Taffy “Candy Splash” every Saturday and Sunday in October at 12:30, 2:30 and 4:30
-Chucktober pumpkin activity sheets for even more fun
This offer is good through October 31st!

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Here’s another nice Halloween deal. Before your kids fill up with candy on Halloween, take them to the Outback Steakhouse for a free meal. Kids, 10 and under, eat free when you purchase an adult meal. Just make sure you tell your server you want the “Free kids meal”.
Limit two free kids meals during the visit.
Find an Outback Steakhouse near you so you are ready for Halloween!

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IHOP is bringing back it’s very popular Halloween deal. Now through October 31st, IHOP is offering kids 12 and under free Scary Face Pancakes. Only one pancake per child and this offer is good for dine-in customers only.
Find an IHOP near you by visiting their website!

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If you prefer to give out something other than candy on Halloween, what about these coupons? Wendy’s is once again offering it’s Halloween Frosty Coupon books to help kids in need. You can purchase a Frosty Coupon Book for just $1. The coupon book contains 5 free Frosty Coupons. Buy a bunch and you will have many happy trick-or-treaters!

And the best part is that every book sold will benefit the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption™, helping children in foster care find permanent, loving homes.
You can redeem these coupons November 2014 through February 2015! This is not only perfect for Halloween, but great for your family!

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