What would go better with some of those bottomless steak fries fast-casual chain restaurant Red Robin is famous for than endless burgers? This drool-worthy dream is about to come true for a few thousand diners.
Red Robin is offering an exclusive opportunity to purchase a year’s worth of burgers through their “Year of YUMMM” promotion.
For just $99, you can snag an entire year’s worth of burgers (with a retail value of $180).
Of course, there is a catch. This is a one-day only deal and it is limited to the first 10,000 people to purchase the pass.
How to Get This Deal
Visit the Red Robin website on Friday, Dec. 1 beginning at midnight EST. If you are one of the first 10,000 shoppers, you will be able to purchase your burger pass for $99.
On the first of each month for the next year, you will receive a deal via email.
Beginning on Dec. 1, your monthly “Year of YUMMM” email will include an electronic gift card loaded with $15 to spend at Red Robin. The final e-gift card will arrive on November 1st, 2018.
Technically, you could use this for burgers or any other meal up to $15.
Redeeming Your YUMMM
You can print out your gift card details to bring it with you on your next visit to the restaurant. The gift cards are good at any Red Robin restaurant in the United States.
Other Fine Print
There are no fees or expiration dates associated with this deal.
Although you can use the “Year of YUMMM” gift card for anything on the menu until the card balance runs out, you cannot use it to purchase more gift cards.
This offer is not valid in Canada.
If you are looking for a way to save on eating out in the coming year or need a nifty stocking stuffer for someone on your list, this might be the perfect deal for you.
Set a reminder and bookmark the page so you don’t miss out!
[h/t: Food and Wine]
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