For the fourth consecutive year Re: strut the Detroit area will be offering free curly fries on tax day. The roast beef sandwich chain says taxes are difficult to do but their curly fries are not.
The size of the curly fries this year is their snack sized fry and is limited to one per customer.
Although roast beef remains Arby’s specialty have added a variety of deli sandwiches featuring other freshly sliced meats. This includes chicken, fish, turkey and ham. They also offer a New York style Reuben sandwich, chicken strips and salads.
A coupon is required to take advantage of the special. You can get your coupon by clicking here.
To drive traffic to their website Arby’s requires a name before displaying the coupon. This name ensures the coupons will not be copied for an entire party. Instead each person will need to request their own coupon online.
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Not free, but still a good deal: SkyMall a 20% discount
Celebrate the completion of your tax forms by going to SkyMall for a unique set of gift ideas. On tax day, April 15, 2014, you will save 20% off any order by using the special code, TAX20. This is a great opportunity to reward yourself.
Not free, but still a good deal: Sonic offers half-price drinks
Sonic drive-in restaurants will be offering half-price drinks and slushes all day on Tuesday, April 15, 2014. According to the chain there are expecting almost 1.4 million to take advantage of this tax day special.
Sonic is a traditional drive-in restaurant where servers a still use roller skates to get your food fast. They offer a variety of hot dogs and hamburgers along with chicken strips. Sonic is also open for breakfast.
They have multiple locations throughout the Detroit area.
Not free, but still a good deal: 49 cent chickens at Kroger
When Herbert Hoover ran for president in 1928 he pledged to maintain prosperity by promising “a chicken in every pot”. Perhaps it is a tie-in to this campaign pledge that prompted Kroger to reduce the price of fresh fryer chickens to just $.49 per pound during tax week, 2014. This is half-price at a time when meat prices have been skyrocketing.
As previously stated this special runs through Easter Sunday. No coupon is necessary but you must enter your Kroger shopper’s ID to see the price drop from $.99-$.49 per pound.
Hopefully these chickens were able to lay their Easter eggs before the special started.