Monthly Archives: October 2018

IHOP FREE Halloween Scary Face Pancake

April 10, 2020

IHOP means International House of Pancake. On October 31, IHOP means kids eat a FREE Scary Face Pancake for Halloween! The Scary Face pancake starts with one of IHOP’s famous buttermilk pancakes. Then, add whipped topping mouth and a glazed strawberry nose. Finally, top it off with 10 delicious decorations: two mini-Oreo cookies to create eyes and eight pieces of candy corn to add teeth or fangs. This IHOP free pancake event has become a Halloween tradition, only available on the last day of October. Bring the kids in to take part in the fun before they head out trick-or-treating!

Offer valid only on Wednesday, October 31, 2018 from 7:00-10:00PM at participating restaurants. Limit 1 free pancake per child, age 12 and under. Dine-in only. Most IHOP locations will be open holiday hours on Christmas Day (Tuesday, December 25.)

Cici’s Pizza Halloween FREE Kid’s Buffet

April 10, 2020

Kids in costume eat FREE at Cici’s on Halloween! Get a free Kid’s Buffet with the purchase of any Adult Buffet and a regular or large drink. Just present this coupon to your server to get the deal. Everyone loves Cici’s famous pizza, pasta, and salad buffet. Kids eat free. Mom doesn’t have to wash dishes or clean up afterwards. That makes a happy Halloween for everyone!

Offer valid on Wednesday, October 31, 2018 at participating locations. Free Kid’s Buffet for ages 10 and under. Limit 1 coupon per party per visit. Not valid in conjunction with any other coupon or special promotional discount. Most Cici’s pizza restaurants will be closed Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, November 22.)

Sonic Drive-In Halloween 50 Cent Corn Dogs

April 10, 2020

Sonic 50 Cent Corn Dogs have made a return appearance, just in time for Halloween! You love ’em! You want ’em! Come in to Sonic Drive-In and get those famous corn dogs for just 50 cents each. Fixed just the way you like ’em with mustard, ketchup, both, or neither. It’s such a great deal, it’s available for one day only.

Not into costumes or spooky pumpkins? Celebrate “The End of October” with Sonic 50 Cent Corn Dogs instead! There doesn’t appear to be a limit on these, so bring the whole family!

Offer valid only on Wednesday, October 31, 2018 at participating locations. Not valid in conjunction with any other coupon or special promotional discount. Most Sonic Drive-In restaurants will be open holiday hours on Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, November 22.)

Chipotle Halloween BOORITO Bowl Salad Tacos

April 10, 2020

Due to popular demand, Chipotle Halloween BOORITO will return this year! This annual promotion has become a Halloween ritual in many areas. Come to Chipotle after 3:00PM and get a Boorito for only $4.00. This represents a price increase of $1.00 from last year. The only catch is that you have to arrive in costume. If a burrito isn’t your thing, you can substitute a bowl, salad, or order of tacos. Each is just $4 when you put on your Halloween costume and show up after 3PM. Get your costumes and your appetites ready for the Chipotle Halloween Boorito!

Offer valid only on Wednesday, October 31, 2018 at participating locations. Excludes online, mobile, fax and catering orders. Not valid in conjunction with any other coupon or special promotional discount. Limit one $4 Boorito per person. Most Chipotle restaurants will be closed Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, November 22.)

Best Halloween Candy Price? Check Package Weight!

April 10, 2020

It’s time to stock up on Halloween candy. But how do you know you’re getting the best deal? There’s a bewildering assortment of brands, package sizes, and prices. Those big Halloween candy bags boast about how many pieces they contain. You’ll see this information displayed prominently on the front of the package: “55 PIECES”, “200 PIECES”, “250 PIECES”, and so on. Dividing the selling price by the number of pieces will give you the cost per piece of Halloween candy. But the size of the pieces varies greatly. Some are mini-size or fun-size bars while others are only bite-sized. How do you determine the best sale price for bags of Halloween candy? Simple. CHECK THE WEIGHT!

By law, all solid food items sold in the U.S. must contain the net weight near the bottom front of the package. This is the only true measure of how much product you are receiving. Do the math. Divide the price by the weight indicated on the package. Move the decimal point 2 places to the right if you’re using a dollars and cents amount as the price ($9.88, for example.) This gives your cost in cents per ounce of Halloween candy. Now, you can compare different sized bags of the same candy and find the best value. This works whether you’re comparing bags from the same store or competing stores.

How much should you pay? Around 20 cents per ounce for the popular assortments. This includes Hershey’s Milk Chocolate, Kit Kat, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, Twix, M&Ms, Snickers, Milky Way, 3 Musketeers, Almond Joy, Whoppers Malted Milk Balls, Skittles, Starburst, Heath, and Milk Duds. You’ll have to hunt around to meet the 20 cents per ounce price point, but it’s out there. Good sources of cheap Halloween candy include Target, Walmart, Walgreens, Kmart, RiteAid, CVS, Sam’s Club, Costco, Kroger, Cub Foods, King Soopers, and Osco/Jewel.

The absolute BEST Halloween candy deals are found on November 1st. That’s when the half price clearance begins at most stores! But who wants to wait that long? Remember to check the weight, do the math, and shoot for a per-ounce cost of around 20 cents. It’s not the size that counts. It’s the weight of the bag that matters.