Sonic, Taco Bell and Chili’s are all reportedly offering deals or free food.
Superpretzel is giving them away Friday, while the Philadelphia Pretzel Factory is handing them out on Sunday.
The truck announced the freebies on its social media pages.
Despite the snow falling outside, it’s actually the first day of spring.
Guests can also donate to the Children’s Miracle Network at any location.
By Jim Donovan: Tuesday, March 3rd is National Pancake Day and IHOP customers can enjoy a FREE short stack of Buttermilk pancakes as part of the celebration. In return for the free pancakes, guests will […]
By Jim Donovan: Target has sliced the minimum online purchase to qualify for free shipping in half to $25. Target said free shipping is now available to all online orders coming from the continental U.S. […]
“Wooder ice” is probably the last thing on your mind on a frigid day like today, but a local shop is giving it away for free.
At restaurateur Dave Magrogan’s 16 local eateries, the “holiday” means free lunch or dinner for some very lucky randomly-selected patrons.
By Jim Donovan: For the entire month of February, Chick-fil-A restaurants nationwide will give customers free cups of its new specialty-grade THRIVE Farmers hot or iced coffee all day long. This offer includes 12 ounce […]
The freebies are limited to one per customer until they sell out.
At Delaware County Community College, Eyewitness News spoke to students standing in line to register for the spring semester and pay tuition, which per year, can cost as much as 10 times less than a private university.
The classes start at 5:30 p.m. at the Queen Village, Manayunk and South Philly locations.
You know what they say, there’s no such thing in life as a free lunch. But what if you went to a restaurant and had to pay extra for condiments or a glass of water? 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan looks at an increasing trend that some say is tough to swallow.
Montco Sheriff’s Office Holding Series Of Free Seminars To Teach People How To Be Responsible Gun Owners
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is promoting gun safety with a series of free seminars designed to teach people how to become responsible gun owners.