Score Some Great Burger Deals on National Cheeseburger Day

Today is National Cheeseburger Day, and what better way to chase away your Monday blues than scoring a great deal on a juicy burger? Here are some money-saving opportunities to celebrate everyone’s favorite sizzling, melt-in-your mouth sandwich.

National Cheeseburger Day is Sept. 18 annually.

National Cheeseburger Day is celebrated every year on Sept. 18. | Scott Olson/Getty Images

Applebee’s: Today only, Applebee’s is offering up a burger and classic fries for $6.99 (Regular price is up to $11.79.) Link to:

BurgerFi: The gourmet burger chain is offering cheeseburgers for $5 to those who mention the offer on its website.

Dairy Queen: Participating locations are offering a deluxe cheeseburger with fries, a 21-ounce drink, and a small sundae for $5. (DQ offers the option to upgrade the sundae to a small Blizzard treat for $1 more.) Be sure to check ahead of time if your location is participating.

Fuddrucker’s: Today only, participating Fudrucker’s locations are challenging customers to order a three-pound burger with a one-pound order of fries and endless Coca-Cola soft drinks for $24.99. Those who finish in one hour will get a $20 gift card a t-shirt listing the accomplishment. (The restaurant is accepting reservations by phone. Don’t forget the antacid.)

Jack in the Box: Those who enter an email address or mobile number will score a coupon to buy one burger and get one free (of equal or lesser value). The deal is valid today (9/18) only.

Kroger & Burger King: While BK isn’t offering any special savings on burgers today, Kroger shoppers can purchase a $25 BK egift card for $20. The offer is valid through Sept. 22.

Ruby Tuesday: “So Connected” members can get a free coupon via e-mail for a free cheeseburger (up to $10 value) when buying one entrée and non-alcoholic beverage. The offer is good today and tomorrow.

Sonic Drive-In: Participating Sonic locations are offering the Pure Beef Sonic Cheeseburger and medium-size order of Handmade Onion Rings for $2.99.

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