Eat’n Park celebrates your birthday with a FREE dessert when you purchase any lunch or dinner entrée. Choose a slice of pie, cake, a milkshake, or any other Eat’n Park sweet treat.
This deal is valid for approximately 2 weeks around the time of your birthday. To get it, join Smiley’s eClub today at eatnpark.com. On the day of your birthday or shortly before, you will receive an e-mail coupon, entitling you to your free birthday dessert.
Offer valid at participating restaurants. Maximum value of free item is $5.00. Not valid on the purchase of whole pies, a dozen Smiley Cookies, or other packaged bakery items. Not valid in conjunction with any other coupon or special promotional discount. Happy Birthday from Eat’n Park!
Once again this year, Eat’n Park is celebrating the Pittsburgh Pirates home opener with FREE Smiley Cookies! No purchase is required, but you do have to show up in your Pirates gear. Eat’n Park supports the Pirates and we know you do too. We can’t think of a better way to show your support than with a free Smiley Cookie! They’re available all day today at your favorite Eat’n Park. The Pittsburgh Pirates home opener only happens once per year and so does this promotion. Go Pirates!
Offer available only on Monday, April 1, 2019 at participating locations. Not valid in conjunction with any other coupon or special promotional discount. Most Eat’n Park restaurants will be closed Easter Sunday, April 21.
Bring Dad to Eat’n Park on Father’s Day for their $9.99 Sunday Brunch. Dad will leave full and happy! As a bonus, he’ll get a FREE Smiley Cookie with his meal. Enjoy quality family time plus a great Father’s Day feast with your dad. Be sure to get there quickly because the supply of free cookies is limited. Once they’re gone, they’re GONE!
Father’s Day Sunday Brunch will be served from 11:00AM-2:00PM on June 18, 2017 at participating restaurants. Free Smiley Cookies to all dads while they last. Most Eat’n Park locations will be open regular hours on Father’s Day (Sunday, June 18) and open holiday hours on Independence Day (Tuesday, July 4.)