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It’s National Cheeseburger Day, Here Are The Deals!

It’s National Cheeseburger Day! You know some restaurants are giving away some deals. Places like McDonald’s, Red Robin, SmashBurger, Jack-In-The-Box, and Burger-Fi have their own deals. GrubHub has a delivery special of $5 off when you order from Applebee’s, Carl’s Jr. or Fatburger. What’s your favorite cheeseburger?

Here are some of the deals:


Applebees is offering its classic bacon cheeseburger with endless fries today for $6.99.

Burger King

If you use Burger King’s app, you can get a cheeseburger for just $.59. Even better, this promotion runs through Sunday, so you can take advantage of it this weekend as well. The deal can only be redeemed once per app.

Dairy Queen

Dairy Queen is celebrating the day with a two for $4 “Super Snack” deal. You can get any two of the following for $4: cheeseburger, a small sundae, fries, pretzel sticks or chicken tenders. So yes, you can get two cheeseburgers if you want to double down on your celebrations.

Jack in the Box

Jack in the Box is offering a free burger of your choice with any app purchase on Wednesday. To take advantage of the deal you’ll need this coupon.

Red Robin

Red Robin is offering a gourmet cheeseburger and bottomless steak fries for $5 with any beverage purchase at the restaurant today.


Smashburger is offering its classic Smashburger buy-one-get-one free Wednesday.

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