Denny’s Black Friday Deal Is Worth $2,186 In Free Food

Food & Drink

Just when you thought that mega-sized multipack of toilet paper was going to be the best Black Friday deal of the year again, Denny’s announce a deal that will cost just 0.27% of its value.

For Black Friday 2023, ‘America’s Favorite Diner’ will be selling a $5.99 t-shirt that doubles as a year-long free breakfast subscription, despite being worth $2,168.

Each one-of-a-kind Everyday Value Tee will feature a unique QR code which, when scanned, will afford the wearer a free Everyday Value Slam. Every day for a year.

“This year has been particularly tough on Americans’ wallets,” said Denny’s President John Dillon.

“At Denny’s, we’re always looking for new ways to provide value for our diners while delighting them with delicious food, so creating an innovative, first-of-its-kind wearable offer to unveil on Black Friday was a natural decision for us. The wearable represents a fresh expression of our ongoing commitment to value, and we look forward to hearing what our fans think and seeing the shirts in our restaurants.”

The Everyday Value Slam is one of the chain’s most beloved menu items, too, consisting of two eggs, two bacon strips or sausage links, plus a choice of two buttermilk pancakes, one slice of French toast, or a biscuit and gravy.

Essentially, because the meal typically costs $5.99, this Black Friday deal is a buy-one-get-364-free.

Denny’s will only release 150 shirts across the nation, so Denny’s fans and deal seekers are encouraged to head to at midnight (12 am EST/9 pm PST) on November 24, to avoid missing out.

Each unique QR code will be valid through Dec. 31, 2023. One Everyday Value Tee offer per table, per day can be redeemed in Denny’s locations in 50 states. Dine-in only, offer is not valid with online orders.

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