Where to Get Cheap Food and Freebies This Halloween Weekend

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It’s Halloween tomorrow, which means you’ll soon be digging into the candy you bought for the trick-or-treaters who never came. But you’re going to need something to eat between now and then, and a variety of restaurant chains have you covered. Here are a few of the food deals and freebies available throughout the spooky weekend.


Both today and tomorrow, (virtually) head to Roblox, (actually) dressed up in a Chipotle-inspired costume at 6: 30 pm EST. If you’re one of the first 30,000 people (each day) to visit the (virtual) cashier, you’ll get a free (actual) burrito. Or, you could use the code BOORITO on Chipotle’s app or website to get a burrito for $5 from 5pm to close on Sunday, October 31st.

Krispy Kreme

Purchase one dozen doughnuts today (Saturday) and get another dozen (11 of their original glazed, plus one sprinkle doughnut) for $1 either in-store or online with code SCARY. Then tomorrow (Sunday, aka October 31st, aka Halloween) you can get a free doughnut if you come to the store in a costume.

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Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.

Purchase any adult entrée at Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. on Sunday, October 31st, and get a kid’s meal for 99 cents for children 10 and under.

Insomnia Cookies

Show up to any location in a costume today or tomorrow, and get a cookie for free.


Purchase any entrée using the Schlotzsky’s app and get a classic Cinnabon Roll for free.

McAlister’s Deli

Both today and tomorrow, purchase an adult entrée online, using the app, or in-store at McAlister’s Deli, and get two free kids meals (for little ones ages 12 and under) using the promo code HALLOWEEN21.

Joe’s Crab Shack

Purchase any adult entrée at participating Joe’s Crab Shack locations, and get a kid’s meal for 99 cents for children 10 and under.

And, as always, this is just a small sample of what’s out there, and not a comprehensive list. If there’s a Halloween weekend food deal you want people to know about, feel free to add it in the comments below.

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