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Saturday, July 12 2014

I love free stuff. For me it is more about the challenge than even the actual saving of the money. I decided this year for my birthday to see how many free meals I could cash in on.

Breakfast

Most people already know about the free Denny's breakfast on your birthday, that is how I started my day in search of free meals. The 'Breakfast Slam' is still free and there is nothing more involved than simply showing up and displaying your driver's license.

Lunch

This is where my research began paying off. I was off to Firehouse Subs for my free submarine sandwich. I was supposed to be able to get one medium Celebrity Sub just for showing my driver's license. The deal was even better than that, I could order any medium sub I wanted from the menu. No hassle, and it was exactly as advertised.

Dinner

Moe's Southwestern Grill offered a free birthday entree but you must get the coupon from their website by joining their e mail list (free). So, this step had to be done the day before to get my coupon. The great thing about these dinner coupons (and I have more to share with you) is that you don't have to use them right on your birthday. For example, the Moe's birthday entree was good for up to one week.

Meals For Later This Week:

Ruby Tuesday's sent me a free birthday burger and fries coupon good for 2 weeks. All I had to do was to sign up for their e mail list.

IHOP sent me a free breakfast coupon good for two weeks. This is a complete breakfast with pancakes, sausage, bacon, and eggs! Yep, totally free. I simply joined their e mail list.

Benihana sent me a $30 gift certificate that is good for about 3 weeks. The only restriction on this is that it must be used on a Monday through Thursday and can not be used on a holiday. Again, all I had to do was to sign up for their e Mail list.

I am still waiting on my Steak 'N Shake birthday coupon for a cheeseburger and fries. For some reason that one has not shown up and am I quite upset about it as I love this place. Oh, well... I signed up for their e mail list but still have not received anything (even checked my spam folder and still nothing).

Free Medieval Times Ticket

Medieval Times will give you a free adult ticket to their dinner show on your birthday. Just join their e mail list. After my day of overeating I simply could not sit through a jousting match so I passed on this one.

Finding Other Deals

It takes a little bit of research as there are plenty of deals out there. Doing a few Google searches will get you to quite a few great sites with lists. The problem that I found is that many of these lists are not really up to date. You should get the details from the corporate websites directly and it doesn't hurt to call to the actual location to be sure they will honor the coupon. There a a lot of what I consider to be tiny birthday deals, such as a free scoop of ice cream with the purchase of a dinner, etc... I did not consider any of those worth listing here or pursuing. My advice to corporate America is to think big when it comes to free stuff for birthdays (my inner child speaking here).

iPhone App

There must be an app for this right? This was exactly my thought and I did find one called Birthday Freebies. It did not help me very much at all, but that may be due to the fact that I live in a small town. I changed the location to Chicago and Dallas and it lit up like a Christmas tree with tons of birthday freebies. So, if you live in a major city the 99 cents for this app may be worth it.

I really had a lot of fun on my birthday in search of free birthday meals. Let's make this the official web page of record for those looking for birthday freebies. Please use the comments section below to share your own favorites. Be sure and bookmark this page and send out the link to your friends and family on their birthdays as well.

Helping you make the most of God's money (even on my birthday)!

Posted by: AT 10:26 am   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email
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