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7 ways to get free food for your little goblins
Dining » Halloween offers from national restaurant chains
First Published Oct 30 2013 10:48 am • Last Updated Oct 30 2013 06:59 pm

Halloween is all about ghost, goblins — and getting some free food for you and your little goblins.

Here are seven national restaurant chains with Utah locations that are offering free or discounted meals on Thursday, Oct. 31.

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Chipotle Mexican Grill • Get a burrito, burrito bowl, salad or order of tacos for $3 when you wear your costume. Offer good from 4 p.m. to close. Proceeds will be donated to the Chipotle Cultivate Foundation, that works to create more sustainable and healthful food supply. Visit www.chipotle.com for locations.

IHOP • Children 12 and under can get a free Scary Face Pancake from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Krispy Kreme • Wear your costume and get one pumpkin spice or pumpkin cheesecake doughnut while supplies last. Visit http://KrispyKreme.com/Halloween for locations.

Longhorn Steakhouse • Get one free kid’s meal with the purchase of an adult entree. To receive the required coupon, "Like" Longhorn Steakhouse on Facebook and click "Get Offer." You will be e-mailed your coupon, which you can either show on a mobile device or printed on paper.


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Olive Garden • Free kid’s meal with an adult entree when you sign up for the e-mail newsletter.

Red Lobster • One free kid’s meal with the purchase of an adult entree with coupon. To receive the coupon, "Like" Red Lobster on Facebook and click "Get Offer." You will be e-mailed your coupon, which you can either show on a mobile device or printed on paper.

Village Inn • Kids who dress in costume get a free pumpkin pancake with the purchase of an adult entree with this coupon: http://villageinn.prm1.net/e/messages/2013oct25vi.php



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