Participating Moe's Southwest Grill restaurants will be handing out free 6-oz cups of queso along with warm tortilla chips for dipping on Thursday, September 21, 2017. This year marks the eighth year in a row that the fast casual chain has offered the cheesy freebie, which they've taken to calling "Free Queso Day." No purchase is necessary to grab your free queso and chips. Photo via Moe's Southwest Grill.
Domino's is running a "buy one, get one free" deal on pizzas ordered online for carryout for a limited time through Sunday, September 24, 2017. As is typical of these type of offers, the first pizza has to be purchased at the regular menu price and the free pizza must be of equal or lesser value to the first. For reference, here's a list of regular menu prices from my local Domino's (price may vary):- A Medium, 1-Topping Handmade Pan Pizza is regularly $10.99.
Del Taco is offering a free cup of their new Queso Blanco along with tortilla chips for dipping with any purchase through September 28, 2017. You'll need a coupon to take advantage of the offer and you can find it on their website here. The new cheese sauce/dip is made with cheese, milk, jalapenos, and heavy cream. It replaces their previous nacho cheese across the menu. Photo via Del Taco.
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