Frugalissa finds free food this week

Frugalissa finds free food this week


KNOXVILLE (WATE) - You can save money on meals this week with the deals Frugalissa found.

Melissa Cox blogs under the name Frugalissa. Each week she shares her top six finds when she appears on Good Morning Tennessee.

Here are her top finds this week.

Chick-Fil-A - Friday, July 12, is Cow Appreciation Day at all Chick-Fil-A restaurants. Come dressed like a cow and you will get a free Chick-Fil-A Combo Meal. Stop in for Breakfast, Lunch or Dinner. Customers partially dressed as a cow will get a free entree.

Red Robin - Get a free appetizer or kid's meal with a coupon when you sign up for the Red Robin Royalty program through Scott Shared Values. Other perks of the royalty program include: free birthday burger, plus every 10th item is free. You also earn $20 toward your 6th visit when you visit five times in your first five weeks. There are other exclusive surprises and special offers delivered throughout the year.

Kroger - Earn twice the Fuel Points when you shop Friday, Saturday or Sunday through July 31. Download the fuel savings digital coupon just one time and you'll automatically earn double fuel points on all your grocery purchases on those days. Click on Get Coupon to load the 2X Fuel Points coupon.

Target - Sara Lee 100% whole wheat bread is normally priced at $1.99 per loaf. Use a $1 off coupon (expires 8/30/13) and a $1.00 off bread Target Mobile coupon (Text FRESH to 827438) to make the final cost free.

Purchase four ears of corn at $0.25 each. Use a $1.00 off fresh vegetable coupon (text JULY4 or text FRESH to 827438) to make the final price free.

Four bananas are normally $0.25 each. Use a $1.00 fresh fruit coupon (text JULY4 or text FRESH to 827438) to make the final price free.

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