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Halloween Freebies at national restaurants

 

Trick or treat doesn't have to be just for kids, as many national eateries are providing a way for adults to also get in on some Halloween treats this season. All you have to do is dress up in your best Halloween costume, and you and your family can eat for free.

Here is a list of Halloween Freebies 2013 from eCoupons.com:

1. Boston Market: Free Kids Meal with purchase of any individual meal. 
2. Chipotle: Come dressed in costume from 4pm to close and get a burrito, bowl, salad or an order of tacos for just $3.
3. Food Lion: one free cupcake to any child dressed up as a lion on October 31. 
4. Krispy Kreme: Wear your favorite costume to receive a free Halloween Doughnut.
5. IHOP: Kids 12 and under receive a free Scary Face Pancake on October 31 from 7a.m.-10p.m. 
6. LongHorn Steakhouse: Free kids meal with the purchase of an adult dinner entree.
7. Outback Steakhouse: Free kids meal with the purchase of an adult dinner entree. 
8. Wendy's: Buy a $1 Frosty Coupon Book and hand out coupons for a free Jr. Frosty. Every book sold will benefit the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.

Printable Coupons for these offers can be found at www.HalloweenFreebies.net, and more Halloween Deals can be found at www.eCoupons.com

 

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