6 Places to get Free Food on Valentine's Day
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6 Places to get Free Food on Valentine's Day

A quick PSA on the steals and deals of V-Day

6 Places to get Free Food on Valentine's Day

Whether you're spending February 14th with your significant other, or with some friends, everybody should take advantage of the steals and deals of Valentine's Day. So, here's a quick Public Service Announcement on six places to get free food on Valentine's Day.

1. Qdoba

Qdoba is offering a buy one, get one free deal on all entrées when customers kiss someone at the register. You can kiss your significant other, your mom on the cheek, your friend's hand, get creative.

2. Hooters

Still bitter over a break-up? Bring in a picture of your ex to shred and receive a free order of wings.

3. Auntie Anne's

If you're at the mall doing some last minute shopping for your V-Day outfit, stop by Auntie Anne's for a buy one, get one free, heart-shaped pretzel.

4. TGI Fridays

Galentine's Day necessity: Half priced bottles of wine all day and night.

5. Schlotzsky's

Make sure you hit up Schlotzsky's to score a free 3-ounce bottle of their signature hot sauce, no purchase necessary.

6. Mimi's Café

Go into Mimi's for a free three-course meal with your significant other! There is only one small catch, you have to propose to your significant other with an engagement ring. If that is too much commitment for you, you can post a love letter to your s/o on Mimi's FB page and receive a free entrée with a purchase on your next visit.

If you're still not excited about Valentine's Day and want to stick to your annual V-Day boycott, you have another option:

7. Celebrate February 15th instead

February 15th, also known as, National Cheap Chocolate Day. Hit up all the local grocery stores for the discounted heart-shaped chocolates and celebrate the fact that you made it through another Valentine's Day alive.

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