Most of us remember how down the economy was a year ago. With layoffs rampant, many families lacked the funds to dine out. In order to keep from filing Chapter 11, many restaurant chains began offering a variety of incentives. These included discounts, special offers, and promotions. One tactic used by popular chain restaurants was offering free meals to kids. As long as parents order two entrees, their children could eat for free.
Now that the economy is on the rise again, most restaurants have stopped offering free meals for children, but there are still a few places where families can save. Here is a list of places where your child can still eat for free:
Visit your local Chevys on a Tuesday, and order one adult entrée to get a free entrée for your child. This offer is only valid when you dine at the restaurant, no ordering to-go.
You can dine any night at Denny’s between 4pm and 10pm to take advantage of this offer. Children must be under the age of 10, and the offer is good for up to two children. The great thing about Denny’s is that only one adult needs to make a purchase of $2.50 or more. This offer is great for single parents with two children. If you are a single parent, or your spouse has to work late, you can take both your kids out and have them eat for free. Plus, you don’t even have to order an entrée, spend $2.50 and get two free children’s meals, now that’s a great offer!
On Tuesdays and Saturdays, buy one adult entrée and get one free kid’s meal.