East Side Mario's Coupon: Free Mini Mario Meal

25 May 2015


Head into East Side Mario's this week with this printable coupon and you'll be able to feed your little rugrats for free. For every meal you buy (with a minimum price of $13.95), you'll get a free Mario Mini Meal, valued at $5, or $5 off a $10 meal.

This coupon is valid for dine-in only and is not valid on tables with more than 10 children. That means the Duggars are out of luck. For someone like me, with three children, I find that kid's meals can still be too large for my younger kids, so they share one anyway. I could take my kids out this week and just pay for my husband and I to eat and the kids will eat free.

The kids also have to be 12 and under.

I like taking the kids to East Side Mario's because I find it loud there, so my kids loud talking, fighting and whining about when the food will come is oblivious to the other diners. There is also quite a bit on the menu that they like, because all of my kids will actually eat pasta.

Mario meals are cool because they include quite a bit:

  • meal
  • drink
  • dessert
  • activity book with crayons
  • toy

While I wouldn't say their menu is stellar cuisine, there are options on there you know kids will eat, like dino buddies, pogos, pizza, grilled cheese soldiers and more. The dessert is your choice of a brownie or three mini ice cream cones. What I like about the mini ice cream cones is that I can steal one! I'm usually too full for dessert but it gives me that little bit of sweetness after dinner.

The coupon expires on Sunday and usually these coupons will say Sunday to Thursday only, but this one doesn't. That means you can actually go out on a Friday or Saturday night and get a kids eat free deal. Tuesday all kids meals are already $2, so you might not want to go that night, as that is a great deal in itself as well. They also have some very cool drinks that kids will love and I remember liking going there as a kid because of the drinks. Maybe I still go there for that reason ;)

(Expiry: 31st May 2015)

TOPICS:   Toys   Grocery   Restaurants

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