Memorial Day is this Monday, which means it’s a three-day weekend for many people. It’s a great time to grab the family and some friends to either have a meal at home or at a restaurant while taking a break by enjoying time at the pool.
Below are some of the deals you will be able to take advantage of this weekend.
Note: Not every restaurant in a chain may be honoring the deals, so check with local restaurants to confirm which deals are available before you go. Most offers are dine-in only and can’t be used with other discounts or coupons. Prices may vary with location.
Applebee’s– Spend $25 for dine-in, to-go, or delivery orders and get a free ticket through Fandango to see the new “Top Gun” movie. If you spend $50, you can get two tickets. You can also get $5 Mucho Seaside Cocktails to enjoy as well.
Cracker Barrel– Enjoy Cracker Barrel’s Southern fried chicken family meal basket that feeds five. You can order online for pick up or delivery. With the promo code FREEBBB, you can get a free family-size side for their bacon baked beans.
Firebirds Wood Fired Grill– Veterans and active duty members, along with Gold Star Family get a free meal with the purchase of a regular meal for dine-in at Firebirds. Make sure you have your military ID with you.
Kona Grill– Veterans, active-duty, and reserve military get a 20% discount on their check this Memorial Day weekend at Kona Grill. Also, you can enjoy a Red, White & Blue Margarita Flight.
Papa Murphy’s– Enjoy 25% off any order of $25 or more with the promo code T43 through May 31. Just apply the promo code at checkout when ordering online.
Sonic Drive-In– Buy one get one free hot dog this Memorial Day weekend at Sonic. Just order online or through the app.
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