Food freebies, plus craft workshops for kids
Don't forget to check newspaper fliers for restaurant coupons.
We don’t have too many new food freebies this week, so we’ll repeat some of last week’s deals that are still good and remind you of a few perennial freebies, including craft workshops for kids.
Remember that not all local stores participate in all national promotions, so it’s always good to call ahead.
- Bing: Where do kids eat free?
Here are the latest deals, including a few repeats:
- Buy a four-course meal at Roy’s Hawaiian Fusion Cuisine Feb. 12-14, and get a $20 bonus card.
- Restaurant.com’s discount certificates are 80% off through Sunday, Jan. 31, with promo code BONUS.
- On Friday, Feb. 5, Starbucks locations nationwide are giving away free samples of Kind snack bars.
- Get two Domino’s medium two-topping pizzas for $5.99 each. If you don’t see this deal on the right of the Web site, ask for it.
- Dine at Pei Wei Asian Diner Jan. 29 and get a coupon for a free Vietnamese Caramel Chicken entrée good Feb. 1-7.
- Buy a dozen doughnuts through Feb. 14 at participating Krispy Kreme stores and get a dozen Valentine’s Day cards, each good for one doughnut.
- Through Feb. 3, oatmeal is $1 on Wednesdays at participating Jamba Juice restaurants.
- Coupons from Quiznos give you $1 off a regular or $2 off a large sub, or a chopped salad and fountain drink for $5.99. The coupons are good through Monday, Feb. 1.
Once you’ve eaten your frugal and healthy meal cooked at home, consider some of these free activities:
- At 5 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 2, participating U.S. LEGO stores will have their free monthly mini-model build event. This month, the kids are building a groundhog. The kids can take home any LEGOs that are part of their creation.
- Lowe’s offers free Build & Grow workshops for children twice a month. The next clinics are Feb. 13, when kids can build a jewelry organizer, and Feb. 27.
- Home Depot hosts a free kids workshop from 9 a.m. to noon on the first Saturday of the month. On Feb. 6, kids can build a shelf to display model cars.
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