Friday food deals, freebies and coupons
You can try Domino's new pizza, free Wi-Fi at McDonald's and a free yoga class.
It’s once again time for Friday food deals and freebies, with a little help from our friends at Cities on the Cheap.
Remember, not all local restaurants participate in all national promotions, so it’s always a good idea to ask before you order.
Here are the latest food deals:
- Print out these coupons from Souplantation and Sweet Tomatoes. They’re good for a free adult meal if you buy an adult meal and two drinks; a free adult breakfast if you buy one breakfast and two drinks; and an adult lunch for $5.99 if you buy a beverage. The coupons have different expiration dates, but all expire in January.
- Dine at Pei Wei Asian Diner on Jan. 29 and get a coupon for a free Vietnamese Caramel Chicken entrée good Feb. 1-7.
- Through Feb. 3, oatmeal is $1 on Wednesdays at participating Jamba Juice restaurants.
- Coupons from Quizno's give you $1 off a regular or $2 off a large sub, or a chopped salad and fountain drink for $5.99.
- Bing: Benefits of yoga
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