The two words together are enough to make you start looking for your car keys for a run to McDonald’s.
Whether you order shoestring or steak cut, crispy or soggy, traditional or something crazy like sweet potato fries, there’s no wrong answer on fries.
Saturday is National French fry day, even though the tasty treats are likely from Belgium (let the foodies fight that one out.) Several national chain restaurants are offering sweet deals on the salty treats. Below you will find a few.
(Note: Not every restaurant in a chain may be honoring the deals, so be sure to check with local restaurants to confirm which deals are available before you go. Most offers are dine-in only and can’t be used with any other discount or coupons. Prices may vary with location.)
Burger 21: On Saturday, Burger 21 is offering Limited Edition Buffalo Ranch Fries in honor of National French Fry Day.
BurgerFi: Ask for the French fry deal when you are ordering at the counter at Burger Fi on Saturday, and get an order of regular hand-cut fries for $1. Valid for in-store orders.
Farmer Boys: Get fries for $1 with any purchase after noon on Saturday.
IHOP: Get the Classic Steakburgers and you can get unlimited fries. The offer is for a limited time.
McDonald’s: If you use McDelivery with Uber Eats for your order, you get a free medium fry between 11 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. local time. Here’s how to get the free fries: On Saturday, use the Uber Eats app to place the order, add medium fries to the order and then you’ll find a promo code to enter in the app.
Penn Station East Coast Subs: With any sandwich purchase Saturday, get a free small fresh-cut fry at all locations. No coupon is needed.
PT's Taverns: Get a 7-ounce order of classic fries $1 Saturday.
Rally's: Sign up for emails from Rally’s and get a coupon for a free large fry with any purchase.
Shari's Restaurants: Get a slice of pie served atop a basket of fries for $1 from 6 p.m. to midnight Saturday at all locations. Dine-in only. No other purchase required.
Sonny's BBQ: Choose French fries as a “sidekick” and get all-you-can-eat on Saturday when you dine in.
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