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T.G.I. Friday's® Restaurants Bring Back 'Buy One Entree, Get One Free' Coupon for a Limited Time
Carrollton, TX | June 03, 2009
Responding to popular demand, T.G.I. Friday's restaurants (www.fridays.com) announced it will kick off the summer with the return of its "Buy One Entree, Get One Free" coupon today through June 22nd at participating Friday's® restaurants in the U.S. The coupon is required for redemption.
"The summer is a season for sharing time with friends and there's no better place to do that than Friday's. Our guests have said 'we want more great food, more fun and more value.' They want more Friday's," said Andrew Jordan, senior vice president of marketing for T.G.I. Friday's. "With our 'Buy One Get One Free' coupon, our guests can come in with a friend, have fun and kick back while enjoying great food and an unbeatable experience. The bonus is that one of them can eat for free. It's our way of giving our guests twice as many Fridays."
The coupon (http://www.tgifridays.com/promos/JuneBogo.aspxsource=home) is valid for one offer, per party, per visit. The free entree applies to an entree of equal or lesser value. Friday's entrees range from $5.99 to $21.49. The coupon is not valid in conjunction with any other offer, discount or promotion.
"We continue to recognize that our guests are looking for value now more than ever," continued Jordan. "Our 'Buy One Entree, Get One Free' coupon was so popular earlier this year that we decided to bring it back for a limited time to get the summer party started right."
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Carlson Restaurants Worldwide Inc., the parent company of TGI Friday's Inc., is a privately held company owned by Minneapolis-based Carlson, a world leader in the hospitality, travel and marketing industries. As of June 2009, Carlson Restaurants Worldwide owns, operates, franchises or licenses approximately 1,000 restaurants in 60 countries. For more information, visit http://www.fridays.com.