Check out some free treats for you to score on Halloween!
Wear a costume on Halloween to Culver’s and get a free single scoop of frozen custard. Anyone who shows up wearing a costume at any participating Culver’s locations will get this yummy treat until 9 p.m. on October 31, 2013. You can choose either dish or cone.
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Stop in at IHOP with your kids 12 and under on Halloween and they will score a scary pancake for free. No purchase is required but it only good for kids 12 and under and it is one free pancake per kid. Make sure to call your local IHOP to make sure they are participating. You can stop in anytime from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m. on October 31, 2013.
On Thursday, October 31, show up at a participating Krispy Kreme in your Halloween costume and get a free Halloween themed doughnut. It's one freebie per customer and only until they run out.
Kids 12 and under can get a free meal from now until Thursday, October 31 with an adult meal purchased. It is one free meal with every adult meal purchased. There are no coupons or costume required.
Dressed-up kiddos can get a free meal with the purchase of an adult entree. This require sign-up and a coupon from the chain's website or Facebook page.
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