4 Ways to Save Stacks of Cash at Denny’s

Save at Dennys

In my house, Denny’s is a family favourite. Their American diner-style menu always makes me feel nostalgic for road trips with the family. What’s more satisfying than pancakes, French toast and eggs after a long drive?

Denny’s is already pretty frugal, but I’ve got a few extra tips for saving even more money when dining at Denny’s.

Order from the 2-4-6-8 menu

The 2-4-6-8 menu at Denny’s features menu items that range from $2, $4, $6 or $8. And don’t be fooled – the small price of the items doesn’t mean they are skimping on food. The items on the 2-4-6-8 menu range from smaller snacks, like French toast, a small stack of pancakes or a sundae, to large meals like the French Toast Slugger, the Country-Friend Steak & Eggs Skillet or the Southern Chicken Slugger.

Sign up to the email rewards program

Signing up to the Denny’s Rewards email program is a no-brainer. You get money-saving coupons and news on their latest promotions directly to your email inbox. It would almost be a crime not to sign up!

Visit Denny’s on Tuesday evenings with kids

At participating locations, Denny’s offers Kids Eat Free Tuesdays from 4pm-10pm. I don’t know about you, but Tuesday nights don’t conjure up a big desire to stay home and slave over the oven for fussy kids. That’s why I always end up visiting my local Denny’s restaurant on Tuesday nights. To take advantage of this offer, all you have to do is purchase one adult entrée for each free kids meal.

Get free breakfast on your birthday

On your birthday, you can enjoy a free breakfast at participating Denny’s restaurants. So that means on your big day, you can enjoy a BYO (Build Your Own) Grand Slam for free. You can pick any four items – like two fluffy buttermilk pancakes, two eggs, two bacon strips and two sausage links – to BYO Grand Slam, just the way you like. You could also swap out any of these items for hash browns, an English muffin, fruit, toast, and more.

What’s your favourite way to save money at Denny’s?

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