As more states legalize cannabis, restaurants have more and more offers on April 20, aka 4/20, aka the day of the cannabis festival which seems more and more destined to become less on civil disobedience and learn more about the fast food chains that sell you the hedonic properties of fast food. And with that in mind, here’s a look at some straightforward and user-friendly offers you can take advantage of to celebrate the highest of holidays.
The DIY pizza chain will get you upgraded to its $ 2 thicker skyscraper for free until April 26. Going through their Rewards Club on their website, for delivery or take out.
Small burritos from this predominantly California-based chain can be purchased for $ 4.20 (the deal excludes fish, shrimp, steak, and beyond beef options).
Until May, you can get an OG Fatburger for just $ 4.20 (prices vary, but it usually costs $ 8) and free shipping from select locations if you order through the Fatburger site.
Ike’s Love & Sandwiches
This chain based primarily in the western United States offers two free bags of crisps if you buy a sandwich.
This cookie chain offers two deluxe cookies for $ 4.20, for pickup or delivery (available until 3am!) If you order through the app.
You’d expect a chain with “mellow” in its name, which already refers to their appetizers as “cravings,” to have some sort of 4/20 deal. If you order from their site, some items will cost $ 4.20 all day.
The fast, casual restaurant offers two of its burgers for a reduced price of $ 4.20 each through Pincho’s online ordering system or mobile app (offer is limited to two burgers per customer).
According to Mercury Times, Smashburger will unveil its annual 4/20 offer later today. Last year you could get a bunch of discounts, including a single Smashburger for $ 4.20.
An honorable mention unrelated to 4/20 but still very relevant
Remember that if you are vaccinated you can always request a free donut from Krispy Kreme (details can be found in this Lifehacker post).