Who doesn’t like free french fries? Come on, just about anything that’s free is pretty much okay with us—especially when it’s fried! Today is National French Fry Day, and that means fried food retailers across the country will have all kinds of freebies to celebrate. So where can you get free fries?

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Yep, you can find free french fries at the “golden arches” on Friday! Okay, okay. While you can get a medium order of fries for free, you have to make a $1 purchase to qualify. Oh, and Micky D’s doesn’t just have free fries this Friday. This is an every-Friday offer (at least through Dec. 30). Just download the app, buy $1 worth of food or beverages, show the cashier your coupon (from the app) and voila! Free fries.

Dunkin’ Donuts

Um, fries? At a donut shop? That’s right, Dunkin’ Donuts now serves sweet, sweet sugary fries. Between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. the first 100 guests at 25 select locations will get free fries this Friday.


As long as you make a purchase, you’ll get a free order of regular hand-cut fries. Yay!


Sign up for The Club rewards program on Wingstop’s website and you can get a free order of fries.

Red Robin

Not only does Red Robin now have five delish burgers for only $6.99, but you can get bottomless steak fries with any one of these select menu items. If you can’t get to a Red Robin on Friday, this offer extends beyond National French Fry Day.


Again, like some of the other free fries offers, this deal goes beyond a just-Friday offer. Sign up to get Hardee’s newsletter and coupons delivered to you via email and get free fries and a beverage with your qualifying Thickburger purchase.

Chances are you have a local eatery, or a few, that also have french fry Friday deals, so don’t forget to check for the deals in your neighborhood.

—Erica Loop

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