Let's Deal: Cheap Eats and Drinks Offers for You

Alright everyone here's the deal.

Einstein Bros. Bagels opens a new location on 7645 Custer Road in McKinney this coming Tuesday, November 2. If you're one of the first 100 people in line when the restaurant opens, Einstein Bros. says they'll comp you with a book of coupons that guarantees one free breakfast sandwich each week for an entire year. Basically you'll get 52 free breakfast sandwiches next year if you qualify, which means you gotta be 18 and you need a valid photo ID with you. The catch is that you can only redeem the coupons at the Custer Road location. Einstein Bros. says they're also sending out coupons to 22,000 local residents for free bagels and schmears, free lunch sandwiches with any purchase, free regular coffee etc.

The gas station chain 7-Eleven recently announced it's offering a coffee happy hour from noon to midnight nationally at participating stores, which is pretty much all of them. So while you're at the pump you can get any hot beverage from lattes, regular coffee, hot chocolate and tea for 99 cents, and you can get as many as you want at that price. Last call won't be till the end of the year so you can even get your cheap caffeine fix through Christmas.

Speaking of Christmas, send someone you care about to Texas de Brazil and give the gift that won't stop coming. For the month of November only the restaurant will add on an extra $10 to every $60 gift card and $25 to every $100 gift card purchased for the upcoming holidays. The special is only offered if you purchase the gift card online so go to www.texasdebrazil.com to buy someone's golden ticket to endless portions of 15 various grilled meats and the kick-ass salad bar.

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Conner Howell

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