No tricks: Your kids can eat out for free on Halloween
We're not playing tricks on you! The following restaurants are offering some spooktacular Halloween treats for the kids!
In honor of Halloween and the spirit of the season, Outback Steakhouse is offering up a free kids meal with the purchase of an adult entree. This offer stands whether you want to dine in or you prefer to call for curbside pickup. To participate, your child must be 10 years old or younger. Find out where there is an Outback Steakhouse near you.
This beats bobbing for doughnuts! What could be better than a free pumpkin spice doughnut on Halloween? If you — or your child — visit a participating Krispy Kreme store in the U.S. or Canada on Oct. 31, 2012, you'll get one free pumpkin spice doughnut. No need to buy anything as long as you're in costume and as long as supplies last. We have a feeling doughnuts will disappear quickly! Read more details.
Get in a good meal before digging into the Halloween candy! Kids 12 and under can eat for free at participating Chili's restaurants on Oct. 29-31. The free kids meal only comes with the purchase of an adult entree. You'll also need to first visit Chili's Facebook page in order to redeem a coupon to bring with you for your free kids meal. Go to Chili's Grill & Bar on Facebook, then redeem the offer to have a coupon emailed to you.
We're getting chills we're so excited! Head to Bob Evans for a free kids meal with the purchase of an adult entree. Kids must be in costume to claim their free fare, and the special is for dine-in guests only. Print and present this coupon, valid from Oct. 24-31.
Cheap, but not free, and not only for kids, we thought we'd go ahead and include this Halloween special, since it's for a good cause. Head to any Chipotle restaurant on Oct. 31 from 4 p.m. to close, in costume, for a burrito bowl, salad or order of tacos for just $2. Read more about the special.
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