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Oct 272014
 
 October 27, 2014  Posted by  Expired
Krispy Kreme Halloween

Several restaurants and other businesses are offering discounts and freebies on Friday, Oct. 31. We’ll be adding more to the list as they come in, so check back later in the week for the most up-to-date listing. Also, if you know of any we missed, please leave a comment below.

Some of these deals require coupons, so make sure you click on the links below for details. And, as always, price and participation may vary, so you might also want to make call ahead before making your Halloween plans.

  • Beef O’Brady’s: Kids in costume eat free. No coupon required.
  • Bonefish Grill: Three orders of Bang Bang Shrimp for $19.90 (carryout only.)
  • Burger King: 10-piece nuggets for $1.49 or two sandwiches for $5.
  • Carrabba’s Italian Grill: Free kid’s meal with an adult entrée purchase. You’ll need a coupon, which you can get from the Carrabba’s Facebook page.
  • Chili’s: Free chips and dip (salsa, guacamole, or queso) with the purchase of an adult entrée. You’ll need this printable coupon.
  • Chipotle: $3 Boo-rito, bowl, salad or tacos for people in costume after 5:00 p.m. No coupon required.
  • Country Buffet: Costumed kids (11 and under) get free meal — up to two per adult dinner purchase.
  • Denny’s: Save $5 off  a check of $20 or more — coupon required.
  • Einstein Bros: $3 off a Baker’s Dozen Box. You’ll need this printable coupon.
  • Hardees: $1 off a Mile High Bacon Thickburger Combo. You’ll need this printable coupon.
  • IHOP: Free Scary Face pancake for kids. No coupon required.
  • Jamba Juice: Children (8 and under) get free kid’s smoothie from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Johnny Carinos: Free kids’ meal after 4 p.m. — up to six with each paying adult.
  • Krispy Kreme: Free doughnut for people in costume. No coupon required.
  • LEGO Store: Free Halloween surprise for kids in costume.
  • Lone Star Steakhouse: Kids eat free (one free kid’s meal per adult entrée purchased). No coupon required.
  • Long John Silvers:  $2.99 for its new Fish & Chips meal (two hand cut fish fillets and seasoned potato chips). No coupon required.
  • Mimi’s Café. BOGO entrée with the purchase of two beverages. You’ll need this printable coupon.
  • Olive Garden: Free kid’s meal with an adult entrée purchase. You’ll need this coupon (enter your name and email address after you click on the link to get the coupon.)
  • On the Border: Endless Enchiladas starting at $8.99 ($9.99 in some markets). No coupon required.
  • Outback Steakhouse: Kids eat free with an adult entrée purchase (one free kids’ meal per adult entrée purchased). No coupon required. Just say, “Free Kids Meal” to your server.
  • Pei Wei: Kids in costume get a free cookie with the purchase of an eligible entrée from 3:00 p.m. to close. You’ll need this coupon, which you can either print or show on your mobile device.
  • Red Lobster: Free appetizer or dessert with the purchase of two dinner entrées. You’ll need this coupon (enter your name and email address after you click on the link to get the actual coupon).
  • Ryan’s: Costumed kids (11 and under) get free meal – up to two per adult dinner purchase.
  • Sbarro: One free slice of cheese or pepperoni pizza for kids in costume with an entrée purchase (one free slice per entrée purchased). No coupon required.
  • Sonic: 50-cent corn dogs. No coupon required.
  • Starbucks: Any grande Frappuccino for $3 after 2 p.m. through Oct. 31.
  • Subway: Two regular or premium footlong subs for $6 each after 4:00 p.m. No coupon required.
  • Wendy’s: $1 for a booklet of 5 coupons (each for a FREE Jr. Frosty)

Still wondering what to wear? Check out our list of 90 cheap and easy Halloween costumes. See all our frugal Halloween deals and tips.

Julie Henry

Julie Henry, RN, MPA, is a freelance writer, editor, and project manager who loves the thrill of scoring a good deal. She writes a bi-weekly "On the Cheap" column for the Sun News in Myrtle Beach. In addition to writing about deals and discounts, Julie is an established medical writer. She has done work for a number of national health care organizations, including The Joint Commission, The American Academy of Family Physicians and the Society for Teachers of Family Medicine. Born and raised in Kansas City, MO, she now lives in Myrtle Beach. Julie owns and operates Kansas City on the Cheap, Myrtle Beach on the Cheap, and Charleston on the Cheap.

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