For a business, a holiday can always present a sales opportunity, if you make the right moves. This year, there are plenty of businesses taking advantage of the frightful October holiday. Here’s what some are doing:
Customers who show up dressed in a costume between 5 p.m. and close will be able to buy a burrito for $3.
Wear your costume into any of the chain’s stores and you’ll receive a free doughnut.
Each year, Olive Garden offers free kid’s meals on Halloween. You’ll get one free kid’s meal with each adult entree.
This one is our favorite: If you go to any Arby’s and say “trick or meat,” you’ll get free bacon on anything you want.
Order a grande “Franken Frappuccino” (a green tea frappuccino with peppermint syrup, white mocha, java chips, and a mocha drizzle) and you’ll get it for just $3.
Texas Steakhouse & Saloon
Kids who show up in a costume can eat free with the purchase of an adult entree.
Any child under 12 can get a free “scary face” pancake and can decorate it however they’d like.
Certain stores are offering free kid’s meals when the child is in costume and a parent buys an adult entree.
On Halloween, you can get three orders of Bang Bang Shrimp for $19.90.
Get a corn dog for just 50 cents all day.
Carrabba’s Italian Grill
Kids 10 and under can get a free dinner meal with the purchase of an adult entree. This runs through November 2nd.