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As the week winds down, treat yourself to some delicious freebies. From unlimited fries at IHOP to Chick-fil-A chicken sandwiches, you'll find all you want and more in this week's roundup of the best freebie deals.
Fries are great, but unlimited fries are even better! Score unlimited refills on seasoned fries for free when you buy a burger at participating IHOP restaurants. Click here to find a location near you.
Snag this $25 Fogo de Chao Dinner Credit for free. Simply click "get offer" and be prepared for a memorable dining experience. This Editors' Choice pick is the first offer of its kind from this Brazilian steakhouse. Click here to find a location near you.
There's still time to grab yourself a free chicken sandwich from Chick-fil-A. An Editors' Choice offer, it's a savings of at least $3, and is valid on a Chick-fil-A Chicken Sandwich, Spicy Chicken Sandwich, or Grilled Chicken Sandwich. The coupon must be redeemed by June 30.
To get the voucher for your free sandwich, download the Chick-fil-A One App for iOS or Android. Login to your account, then under "Available Treats" select your choice of sandwich (You can opt to add the coupon to a mobile order or generate a QR code for the restaurant to scan.)
Cool down with a free Snapple beverage on June 10. This Editors' Choice selection will get you either a 16-oz. tea or an 18.5-oz juice drink at participating Walmart stores via a printable coupon. (The coupon will be available on June 10 only.) Find your nearest location here.
Put down the plastic honey bear and give this Really Raw honey a try. This Editors' Choice sweetener comes in a 16-oz. jar and is at the lowest price we could find by $13. It's an unstrained honey that contains pollen, propolis, and honeycomb.
Note that this purchase will enroll you into a 30-day trial membership; you'll need to cancel within that time to avoid being charged a $59.95 yearly membership fee.