Leap Day Freebies!

Leap Day Freebies!

Leap Day comes once every 4 years and we have all the deals, specials, and savings right here for you!

Also, happy 15th birthday dad!

Free Entrees

Anyone born on February 29th – with a valid ID – can get a free entree at Applebee’sQuaker Steak & Lube and Chevys Fresh Mex

Free Donuts

Krispy Kreme is rolling out national delivery with a promotion that sends free doughnuts to parents of Leap Day babies, along with hospitals and health professionals within 10 miles of participating stores. Anyone else who wants to get Krispy Kreme delivered (not for free) can start an order HERE.

Lobsters/Seafood

At Legal Sea Foods, the chain is offering two 1-pound lobsters and two sides for $29 (yes, for two lobsters) tomorrow. Sides include jasmine rice, mashed potatoes, french fries, onion strings, broccoli, seaweed salad, coleslaw and garlic leek brown rice.

When You’re Here, You’re Family

Olive Garden is making up for lost Leap Day birthdays. On Saturday, the restaurant chain will give “Leaplings” four free desserts. One is to celebrate their birthday this year, the rest are for birthdays that never came over the last three years. Leap Day is that rare 29th day of February which only happens every four years. Other pasta fans also get a treat. Take-home meals will be marked down to two-dollars-and-29-cents.

Fried Chicken

Popeyes is offering you a free chicken sandwich tomorrow…if you do this today: order at least $15 worth of food from Popeyes via Postmates You’ll get the code for a free sandwich after making the purchase.

Sandwiches

This one is a little more difficult: couples whose marriage proposals feature Quiznos subs can enter to get their wedding catered by … Quiznos! So prepare your proposal…do it tomorrow…get it on tape and enter!

Big Gulps, Huh?

At 7-Eleven? You can grab a $2.29 pizza. And if you use 7-Eleven’s 7NOW app for the first time tomorrow, the promo code 29OFF50 will get you $29 off any delivery order over $50.

Why Do We Have Leap Years?

Why Do We Have Leap Years?

Yes, this is a video for kids but if it teaches us why we have Leap Years then it’s done its job!