Tuesday, February 24, 2009


Tracey from $1200 Frugal Challenge 2009 has done a great post on free food today. Arbys, Jack in the Box, IHOP, Quiznos all will be happy to feed you for free!

IHOP is offering free pancakes from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. today (February 24) at various IHOPS. You can get a free short stack of their buttermilk pancakes. For every short stack served today (National Pancake Day) they are inviting IHOP guests to make a donation to the Children's Miracle Network. Visit here to find a restaurant near you.

Jack in the Box will let you register for two free tacos today, February 24, (go here) as you eagerly await to see if Jack is going to be o.k. after his "accident." The button is at the top right of the page.

If you would rather have something different Arbys is offering you a free Roast burger with any drink purchase here so go print out your coupon.

Quiznos is offering a free sub coupon here but you'd better hurry as there's a limit.

You will need to check out these links yourself as I cannot guarantee the availability or time limit on any of this and also not all stores are participating. Again, thanks to Tracey for passing this info along. I would encourge you to visit her website. I love it! She is on a mission to only spend $1200 this year. So go visit and see how she's doing and tell her I said "hi!"


  1. Thanks for the reminder about IHOP. We just might go there for supper tonight! Sounds yummy!

  2. Thanks for sharing these deals. I appreciate you.

  3. thanks for the reminder!
    kari & kijsa

  4. Love free food! :) Wish IHOP was closer. Pancakes sound pretty good.

  5. Thanks for the shout out! Free food is awesome!
    Warmly, Tracey C.


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