White Castle expects to give away tens of thousands of free sliders today, in celebration of National Slider Day.

Here’s how to get a free Coca-Cola and White Castle slider today

White Castle expects to give away tens of thousands of free sliders today, in celebration of National Slider Day.

White Castle will give away sliders to customers at its nearly 400 restaurants today. To get a slider, area customers can download a coupon from White Castle’s website for a free slider (excluding doubles) and a small Coca-Cola freestyle drink.

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In addition to today’s holiday, customers who wear western attire can also get two free BBQ Original Slider while supplies last. At grocery stores, shoppers can earn $1 cashback on any two boxes of any four- or six-count sliders via the Checkout51 app through the end of the month while supplies last.

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“At White Castle, we take tremendous pride in the 2x2 inch sliders we’ve been serving and perfecting for nearly 100 years,” said Jamie Richardson, vice president at White Castle. “We invented National Slider Day as a special tribute to the fans who share that appreciation for the slider and share their Cravings with us.”

There is also a Capture the Crave contest where customers can post their White Castle photo on Instagram using #CaptureTheCrave, #Contest and @WhiteCastle. One Craver will win free sliders for a year and 15 others can win prizes like Visa Gift Cards and bluetooth speakers.

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