Dion's Daily Deals | Free pancakes and skincare products

Dion's Daily Deals | Free pancakes and skincare products

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by DION LIM / NewsChannel 36 Staff

WCNC.com

Posted on February 27, 2012 at 4:01 PM

Updated Monday, Feb 27 at 5:21 PM

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Here's today's daily deals.

Free Breakfast: Remember how I told you about free pancakes a few weeks ago?  Well, get yourself ready and mark it down -- National Pancake Day is TOMORROW 2-28-2012 and your free pancakes will be at IHOP! They’re also accepting donations for a good cause…read all about it at their website.

Free Tide Pods: Click here.

Free Simple Skincare Products: You can get samples of this company’s facial moisturizing facial wash, just by watching a short video here. This company claims not to use any artificial colors or perfumes, or any irritants. 

Miracle Whip: Special offer here.

Free Milk: Anyone who uses coupons knows how rare coupons for milk and eggs are…but check this offer out on Facebook. Coupons for $10,000 free gallons of milk will be given away every day at this site, until march 3rd, so check back often! The coupon gets you a free gallon with the purchase of 3 breakfast items.  (Bread, eggs, orange juice…things many of you already purchase.)

With milk prices rising…this is a great coupon!

Free Drink and Curly Fries at Arby’s: Arby’s is promoting their new Reuben sandwich and over at their Facebook page, if you buy a Reuben, you can get a free order of curly fries and a drink!  This is great if you’re already going to eat there anyway.  Should save you a few bucks: Just answer three questions and click on the deals button at the bottom of that page.

As recommended, call your location ahead of time to make sure they’re participating in any promos, or accepting certain coupons.  Oftentimes chain restaurants or stores will have different owners and some may or may not accept coupons. 

Also, understand these offers go quickly, so act on them as soon as you can.  Supplies are limited.

See you on TV at 5 p.m./5:30 p.m. and 11 tonight.

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