best free food birthday deals

Hungry for the best birthday freebies? Us too, which is why we rounded up the best free food and treats to score from restaurants and food brands on your birthday. 

Whether you like to go all out on your birthday (turning it into a “birth-month”), or someone who prefers to let the big day go under the radar, everyone loves free stuff. And what better day to get free things than on your birthday? If your big day is fast approaching you’d best make a plan to capitalize which is why we’ve created this special list of restaurants and other food brands that offer free stuff on your birthday. How many can you visit in one day?

Check em’ out below and happy birthday, you old so and so!

Sprinkles Cupcakes

The freebie: The famous cupcake chain offers a free birthday cupcake for their Sprinkles Perks members. Whether you choose a classic sprinkle covered cupcake or my personal favorite, the triple cinnamon, you can’t go wrong with any of their delicious flavors.

Starbucks

The freebie: Join Starbucks’ rewards program at least 30 days before your birthday to receive a free drink or treat (we recommend the birthday-cake flavored cake-pop!).

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Cold Stone Creamery

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Our ice cream is better in pairs 😋✌

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The freebie: If you have a major sweet tooth, you won’t want to miss out on this birthday deal. Cold Stone Club members will get a BOGO coupon for their birthday, which is valid for two weeks. So grab a friend to share with and head to your nearest Cold Stone to celebrate with some ice cream!

Related Reading: 9 Birthday Cakes You Can Order Online

Denny’s Diner

The freebie: Score a free Grand Slam breakfast by showing your ID to prove it’s your birthday—either build your own by choosing any four breakfast items or go with the Original Grand Slam which includes two buttermilk pancakes, two eggs, two bacon strips, and two pieces of sausage. 

Buffalo Wild Wings

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Wings on wings on wings.

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The freebie: Sign up for Buffalo Wild Wings’ Blazin’ Rewards program, and get a coupon on your birthday for a free snack-sized order of boneless or traditional wings that is valid for a month.

Edible Arrangements

The freebie: Join the Edible Arrangements Rewards program to get a free box of 12 chocolate-dipped fruits delivered to you on your B-Day!

P.F. Chang’s

The freebie: Join P.F. Chang’s reward program and receive a free appetizer or dessert during your birthday month. Our personal choice would be Chang’s lettuce wraps appetizer.

Pinkberry

The freebie: Sign up for Pinkberry’s reward program, PinkCard, to get one free frozen yogurt on your birthday. This is a rewards program that is definitely worth joining if you’re a froyo fan, because you’ll get a free yogurt after every ten purchases.

Related Reading: These Frozen Yogurt Toppings Give the Most Bang for Your Buck

California Pizza Kitchen

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Would it be totally weird to eat dessert first? 😜

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The freebie: Become a part of the CPK Rewards Program and score a free dessert on your birthday.

Benihana

The freebie: Join the Chef’s Table rewards program and receive a complimentary $30 gift card during your birth-month!

Baskin Robbins

The freebie: Download the Baskin Robbins app and join their Birthday Club to get a free scoop of ice cream and a discount on an ice cream cake.

Black Angus Steakhouse

The freebie: Join Black Angus Steakhouse’s Prime Club rewards program to get a free steak dinner on your first birthday as a Prime Club member. You also get a free dessert just for signing up!

Panera Bread

The freebie: Join the MyPanera rewards program for a free pastry or baked good of choice on your birthday. My personal favorite is the chocolate chip cookie.

What’s the food you absolutely must have on your birthday every year? Let us know in the comments below!

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