We all love a deal, right? Halloween is a fun time to enjoy festive treats and meals at local restaurants and thanks to Shannon Dwyer, editor at The Real Deal by RetailMeNot we have a great list of these deals!
7-Eleven has a buy one-get one pizza treat this Halloween. The two-for-one pizza offer is available at participating 7-Eleven stores for purchase, order-ahead-pickup, or delivery to any location nationwide on October 30 and 31. To redeem this offer, go to your local 7-Eleven store and scan your 7Rewards barcode upon checkout, or take advantage of the deal through the 7NOW delivery app. Plus, the BOGO deal can be redeemed twice per customer per day.
Now through Halloween, Applebee’s chilling Spooky Sips–served in their signature Mucho glass–are available for just $5! The Spooky Sips this year are Dracula’s Juice and Tipsy Zombie.
Enjoy a number of Halloween-themed ice cream cakes like the Pumpkin Patch Cake or the Piñata Ghost Cake. This year, Baskin Robbins also has cakes featuring Creature Creations® characters, including a Unicorn Cake, Mystical Mermaid Cake and the Fang-Tastic Monster Cake. Bonus: Ice cream lovers who spend $10 or more on Baskin-Robbins through Uber Eats will receive a $0 delivery from October 29 to November 4, 2020.
Through Friday, October 30, spend $30 on your delivery order through DoorDash and get a free slice of Reese’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake Cheesecake or Hershey’s Chocolate Bar Cheesecake. Add the slice to your cart and use code TREAT before submitting your order.
All month long, sip on Chili’s $5 Margarita of the Month and happy hour food specials, which include $6 boneless wings and $4 1/2 order Texas cheese fries.
Chipotle’s ghoulishly great Boorito deal is back for its 20th anniverary! This year for safety precautions their doing something new–fans can virtually trick-or-treat for half a million BUY-ONE-GET-ONE (BOGO) entrée codes via text. The codes will be dropped via TikTok, Twitter and Instagram from October 29 to October 31. To claim their BOGOs, fans will have to act fast and text the valid keyword to 888-222 before they’re all claimed. The BOGOs will only be redeemable via the Chipotle app or Chipotle.com on Halloween, October 31.
It’s officially the beginning of the Boo-Tacular celebration season at Chuck E. Cheese! For the next six weeks, families can indulge on everything Halloween when they visit their local Chuck E. Cheese restaurant or order deliver/carry-out. Families can indulge on ghoulishly good treats like Pepperoni pumpkin-shaped pizza, creep cupcake topped with slime, a slime cookie covered in gummy worms and Dippin’ Dots eye scream. Other scary good treats that families will find this season are:
- 10 free Play Points when kids come dressed to play at Chuck E. Cheese in their costume, minimum of $5 game purchase required (available 9/20-10/31)
- Combo #5 starting at $52.69, guests can get 2 Large 1-Topping Pizzas, a Slime Cookie and 6 soft drinks. Price varies by location.
- Boo-tacular Family Fun Pack, for families celebrating at home or anywhere outside they can enjoy two large one-topping pizzas, a slime cookie, goody bag filled with cool toys and activities (contents my vary) and a Boo-tacular Activity Sheet (available for takeout and delivery), starting at $35.99 when you order direct at chuckecheese.com. Price may vary by location.
- Boo-Tacular Nights starting at 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 p.m. local time, families can dance into the moonlight with DJ Munch, Chuck E. Live! and the new Haunted House Party Dance
This year Halloween falls on a Sunday, and following the tradition of Sensory Sensitive Sunday, restaurants nationwide will open two hours early for a sensory-friendly celebration with sugar-free treats included.
Fans who come to DQ on October 31 will be treated to a delicious meal–and deal! At participating DQ locations, for one day only, fans can get a Kid’s Meal for $1.99 using the DQ mobile app. This comes complete with a choice of an entree, side, drink and classic vanilla or chocolate Kid’s Cone.
For adults, you can order their new Oreo Mocha Fudge Blizzard Treat. This October Blizzard of the Month combines Oreo cookie pieces, choco chunks and coffee blended with world-famous DQ soft-serve. Yummy!
Dickey’s is celebrating Halloween with two spooktacular offers that are sure to have you boogying into the world’s largest barbecue concept including all kids, ages 12 and younger, who visit Dickey’s in their Halloween costume on October 31 will eat for free at participating Dickey’s locations!
For a special treat, Dunkin’ has baked up one of the most surprising treats ever to rise from its kitchens, the new Spicy Ghost Pepper Donut. A deliciously daring donut that delivers the heat with every bite, the Spicy Ghost Pepper Donut is a classic yeast donut ring, topped with a strawberry flavored icing that features a bold blend of cayenne and ghost pepper, and finished with red sanding sugar for a sizzling look.
The Spicy Ghost Pepper Donut will be on the menu for only a few hot minutes, available beginning October 14 for a limited time at participating Dunkin’ restaurants nationwide until December.
The restaurant’s fangtastic deal is back this year! Children who visit Friendly’s in costume from October 25 to 31 will receive a free kid’s meal with the purchase of an adult entrée.
Get a Half Turkey Breast for $12.99 or a Quarter Boneless Ham for $19.99 with these Honey Baked Ham coupons valid through October 31.
The breakfast chain is serving up a spooky menu! The just introduced their Mr. Mummy Pancake, which is a large green pancake topped with zig zags of cream cheese icing “bandages”, banana slices and chocolate chip eyes, and a sweet, purple whipped icing smile. Also available in buttermilk.
For dine-in orders, kids age 12 and under will receive one free Mr, Mummy Pancake between 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. from October 26 to October 30. You can also order online or on their app.
For $1, get a Halloween Treats Pack with 12 coupons good for about $10 worth of free food. The pack contains three coupons each for a bag of apple slices, apple juice or milk jug, hamburger and small vanilla cone.
Plus, McDelivery on Uber Eats is offering a free delivery fee on orders of $25+ from Thursday, October 29 through Sunday, November 1. McDelivery on Uber Eats makes it easy to order something savory or sweet for everyone in the house.
Halloween falls on a Sunday this year, which means it’s landing on the weekly Kids Eat Free day at Moe’s Southwest Grill! All locations nationwide offer free meals for children under the age of 12 with the purchase of an adult entrée of $6 or more on Oct. 31.
To celebrate Halloween, On The Border will bring back a spooky special for the entire month of October! Guests can sip on On The Border’s $5 Hallow’rita: a signature House Margarita made with a hint of mango and candy corn and garnished with a spider ring that’s available for dine-in only. Note: This year, candy corn will come in a clear individual packet for guests to open and enjoy!
Papa John’s takes Halloween seriously and cater to customers by offering fun pizza specials no matter how you plan to celebrate. Whether you’re partying with friends or celebrating safely at home, the Jack-O’-Lantern pizza is a guaranteed way to satisfy ghouls and goblins of all ages. You can also take advantage of their No-Contact Delivery, for extra safety and peace of mind this Halloween.
The famous Jack-O-Lantern pizza is a thin crust topped with Papa John’s signature sauce made from vine-ripened tomatoes, real cheese made from mozzarella, pepperoni, and black olives. This spooky pie is only available in a Large, perfect for feeding large groups, and pairs well with all of Papa John’s sides. Customers can order for a limited time between Oct. 18 – Oct. 31 for $1
Red Lobster is going big this Halloween! They are offering a free order of Seafood-Stuffed Mushrooms with dine-in or To Go orders (pickup, curbside or delivery placed on RedLobster.com) over $40 with the coupon code LOBSTER28, now through November 1. Additionally, Red Lobster is offering free delivery on To Go orders placed through RedLobster.com on October 31.
They are also urging people to dress up in “virtual costumes” of a lobster, pirate or mermaid by going to their Instagram page. You can also carve a sea critter jack-o’-lantern using Red Lobster’s pumpkin carving stencils, which are available to download on their website. Guests are encouraged to tag @redlobster and use #TrickOrFeast for a chance to see their creations featured on Red Lobster’s feed! Plus, they have spooky zoom virtual backgrounds you can download!
Get five coupons for a free Jr. Frosty with the purchase of $1 Boo! Books. $0.85 of every $1 purchase goes to the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, and this year, books can even be delivered via Doordash.
We hope you enjoy your Halloween meal deals! Where will you go?