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Friday, October 30, 2015

Dress up, chow down: 5 places to get free or cheap food on Halloween

Posted By on Fri, Oct 30, 2015 at 11:56 AM

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Get a little extra mileage out of your costume tomorrow! For the low, low price of some possible difficulty driving, even grown-ups can get free grub at several restaurants around Orlando on Halloween. Here are a few:
  • Wear your costume to Shake Shack, get a free scoop of frozen custard throughout Halloween weekend: Saturday, Oct. 31-Sunday, Nov. 1.  
  • All day Halloween, wear your costume to Krispy Kreme to receive a free doughnut – no purchase necessary. 
  • Chipotle celebrates this year with a bit of an agenda: It's not a straight-up "wear costume, free food" deal. To demonstrate their philosophy that artificial additives don't belong in your food, show up in a costume with an element that doesn't fit (like a pink tutu on Imperator Furiosa, or Jon Snow with a smile) and get $3 burritos, bowls, salads, tacos or kids meals from 5 p.m. to closing Oct. 31. 
  • Wear a costume to Baskin-Robbins on Halloween, get any scoop for $1.31. 
  • Kids or adults in costume get a free slice of cheese or pepperoni pizza with any $5 purchase at Sbarro on Halloween or during mall Halloween festivities.

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