Welcome to USA TODAY’s February guide of free food, meal deals, made-up food holidays and other savings.
One of the month’s biggest deal days is Feb. 6 with National Frozen Yogurt Day, followed by a two-fer Feb. 9 with National Pizza Day and National Bagel Day.
Pancake fans waiting for IHOP’s Free Pancake Day, which in recent years was held in late February, will have to wait a little longer. The annual pancake giveaway is set for March 12, the company announced.
Here are the deals, big days and ongoing specials, available at participating locations. To be on the safe side, always check with your closest location before heading out. Also, some will require you to have a restaurant’s app or be signed up for emails.
Bookmark this page because it’ll be updated frequently with more specials.
If you know of a deal not listed here for a business with at least 20 locations, email the details to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Year of freebies: Free coffee, doughnuts, cheeseburgers and more: How to fill 2019 with freebies and deals
New item alert: Wendy’s new cheeseburgers are a triple threat of new tastes
Counting calories?: Halo Top’s new mini ice cream pops could be a game changer
7-Eleven: Through Feb. 12, get a small cup of Chips Ahoy Hot Chocolate or any other hot beverage for $1 at participating stores. According to the convenience store chain, the limited-edition flavor is “a combination of fresh-baked cookies and warm hot chocolate.”
BurgerFi: The chain is celebrating its 8-year anniversary through Friday, Feb. 8 with a deal each day for rewards members with the BurgerFi mobile app. On Wednesday, get a free Freestyle beverage with purchase. Thursday brings $2.50 shakes and get a free order of regular hand-cut fries with any purchase Friday. Learn more at www.burgerfi.com/rewardsweek.
Dunkin’: For a limited time, get a 10-count box of Dunkin’s Munchkins doughnut holes for $2 at participating locations nationwide.
Godiva: Through Saturday, Feb. 16, get a free piece of Godiva’s Dark Chocolate Strawberry G-Cube in stores while supplies last.
IHOP: For a limited time at participating locations, get all-you-can-eat pancakes with any breakfast combo or get just the pancakes for $4.99. Dine-in and buttermilk pancakes only. Some exclusions apply and this offer isn’t valid with senior and kids meals.
Jack in the Box: For a limited time, get $1 medium seasoned curly fries with the restaurant’s mobile app. On the menu section of the app, select “app exclusives” and add fries to your cart.
P.F. Chang’s: The chain’s Year of the Pig celebration started Tuesday, Feb. 5 and each day through March 25, they will feature three Year of the Pig hand-crafted cocktails. One of the limited-time drinks is served in a bacon and sugar-rimmed glass. Dine-in and get a limited-edition Fortune-Telling Pig that “once placed in the palm of the hand, reveals your hidden secrets,” according to a news release. Learn more about the signs of the Zodiac and about P.F. Chang’s special drinks and menu items at www.chinesenewyear.com.
Pilot Flying J: Through Sunday, Feb. 10, get a free slice of pizza with an offer on the Pilot Flying J app.
Red Lobster: Lobsterfest is back for a limited time and the seafood chain has its largest selection of lobster dishes available all year.
Subway: Through Wednesday, Feb. 6 or while supplies last, get $3 off any $3 order with a purchase through the Subway app when you pay with PayPal. According to the fine print, it’s “limited to the first 50,000 to save the offer.”
Feb. 4-11: BJ’s Restaurants’ deal
This week-long deal starts the day after the Super Bowl, a day commonly known as Super Sick Monday.
BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse is teaming up with DoorDash and giving away Chocolate Chunk Pizookie desserts and free delivery on food orders $19.95 or more. For the free dessert, use promo code PIZOOKIE on orders placed on the chain’s website or mobile app. A code isn’t needed for free delivery and exclusions apply.
Learn more at www.bjsrestaurants.com/supersick.
Super Sick Monday: If you call in sick Monday after the Super Bowl, you aren’t alone. ‘Super Bowl fever’ is a thing