Birthdays and Stuff

I love birthdays. I mean, seriously, who does not love presents? Aside from physical presents there is something I’ve always enjoyed — no not 500 birthday wishes on facebook — but marketing emails from my favorite restaurants. The theme for my upcoming 27th birthday is “recession buster” because the party is at home. But seeing as people like to eat out, here are some freebies or discounts for birthday boys and girls.

Qdoba sent me an offer for buy one get one free burritos.
Arby’s sent me a coupon for a free shake with any purchase.
Hooter’s sent me a coupon good for one free entree up to $7.99.
Chili’s sent me a coupon for a free Brownie Sunday.
Capitol City Brewing Company sent me a $5 coupon.

Now, I am sure that as my birthday draws closer, I’ll get even more coupons, with some better than others. After all, it’s a recession and marketing is fierce. So, what other things can you get for free on your birthday? For one, everyone at least once in their life should spend their birthday at Humphrey’s and get a free plunger filled with a shot of liquor. What other freebies can you get?

Austin Grill offers a free meal on your birthday.
Baker’s Square offers a free piece of pie. Count me in. French silk anyone?
Buffalo Wild Wings (BW3) offers free dessert on your birthday, as does Chevy’s Mexican Restaurant, though you have to register.
Old Country Buffet offers a free meal, and you get a buy one get one for joining their e-club.
Denny’s offers a free grand slam on your birthday.
Famous Daves offers free desert when you sign up, and Firehouse Subs offers you a free sub on your birthday.
Fuddruckers? Free burger.
IHOP? Free meal with Lewis Black (kidding about Lewis).
Noodles&Co offers a free dish.
Macaroni Grill? Sign up and get discounts, and probably a free birthday meal.
Maggiano’s has an e-club but I’m not sure what you get on your birthday.
Outback offers free birthday desert, and a song, if you’re into that.
Red Lobster has a birthday club, but I don’t like seafood.
Red Robin? Free Burger
Ruby Tuesday has a birthday gift, but it’s not clear what they offer for signing up.
TGI Friday’s has an excellent reward program, as does Hard Times Cafe.

Now, you have no excuse for paying for any meals on your birthday.

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