The most memorable “ad” from last year’s Super Bowl didn’t come in the form of a TV commercial. It was a quick-thinking Tweet …
A new Pew survey has it that one-third of Americans actually like doing their taxes. Perhaps more surprisingly, the prospect of free cinnabons and free curly fries on Tax Day has nothing to do with it.
You’re not crazy. The words premium and snack really are popping up on chain-restaurant menus everywhere. Crazy is making some appearances too.
Major fast food and coffeehouse chains are launching special discounts and promotions aimed to keep customers streaming in during the hot days and months ahead. Who says “happy hour” has to be limited to bars and restaurants that …
Mid-April, long known for its looming annual tax deadline, has in recent years also developed a reputation as a season of giveaways and special deals from coffee shops, restaurants, movie theaters, and more. This year ushers in a …
What do ice cream, HBO, online dating, massages, seafood, personal training, and French fries have to do with filing your taxes? Who cares! What’s important is that they’re all offered with discounts or totally for free sometime between Friday and the final day to file taxes this year, Monday, April 18.
Cooking and eating at home is always cheaper than dining out. So, during a time period when most Americans are trying to live cheaply, fast food chains have gotten particularly creative and aggressive at enticing budget-conscious eaters out of their kitchens and up to cashier.
On Monday, July 5, customers get a free Jr. Deluxe at Arby’s with the purchase of any drink. The offer is limited to one sandwich per person. More details here.
To promote its new sandwich, Arby’s will give away a free bbq bacon cheddar roast burger to anyone who buys a soft drink. A coupon is required (print it here), and the offer is good through Sunday, July 12.