Are you in the mood for some free fries to go along with your meal? Then you’re in luck. Just take advantage of this offer from Wingstop:
When you join Wingstop’s e-club (The Club), they will send you a coupon good for one free order of fries. Additionally, you will get a “free gift” on your birthday. What is this mysterious “free gift”? You’ll have to sign up and see!
You can join “The Club” at Wingstop’s official website. The website says that by doing so, you will also get “the latest on all things Wingstop delivered straight to your inbox”. All you have to do is follow the link, fill out the form below, and hit SUBMIT. It’s that simple.
Aren’t curly fries one of the greatest things that have ever existed? Well, right behind sliced bread, anyway.
If you’re in need of some good ol’ Arby’s curly fries, then today is your day! Right now, Arby’s is letting anyone get their own “order of loaded curly fries” absolutely FREE! Just make sure that you buy a sandwich first, because you just can’t eat those curly fries alone. Plus, it is also a requirement for getting those free fries.
To receive this order, all you have to do is go to their official website. When you get there, print out the coupon. The coupon can be turned in for a free order of curly fries with the purchase or any Arby’s sandwich. Don’t forget to enter your first name on the website, or no free fries for you.
I myself am not someone who regularly visits my local Arby’s. Actually I don’t think I HAVE a local Arby’s. But I do know that anything free should not be passed up. Especially curly fries. Or sliced bread. And as you know, you can’t beat FREE!
Currently, when you sign up for Macaroni Grill’s e-club, they will send you a coupon for some free parmesan truffle fries! What a deal!
Even though I have no idea what a parmesan truffle fry is.
You can get this sweet deal by signing up here, at the official website.
I’ve never had a parmesan truffle fry before, but eh website describes it as the “BEST. FRIES. EVER.”, so I guess you can take their word for it, right?