Dunkin’ Donuts Daily Perks for First Ever DD Perks Week!

Dunkin' Donuts DD Perks Week

Dunkin’ Donuts is hosting their first ever DD Perks Week starting November 14, 2016 to November 18, 2016. If you are a DD Perks Member, you can get a different deal every day.

Here’s the DD Perks Week schedule:

  • 11/14/16: Mobile Monday- Earn triple points on purchases made through On-the-Go mobile ordering
  • 11/15/16: Top it Off Tuesday- Buy or reload $10 to any DD card using Visa Checkout on the Dunkin’ Mobile app or DD Perks Website and get an additional $5!
  • 11/16/16: WTFast Wednesday- Earn a free beverage (200 points) when using On-the-Go mobile ordering (Limit one bonus point offer per member)
  • 11/17/16: Top Speed Thursday- Receive a special offer for hot or iced coffee when purchased via On-the-Go ordering. (Limit one bonus point offer per member)
  • 11/18/16: Fun Filled Friday- Make a purchase using your DD Perks card and earn 100 Bonus Points (Limit one bonus point offer per member)

DD Perks Week is for existing DD Perks Members as well as new DD Perks members! Dunkin’ Donuts will also add $5 to your account to the first 55K people who enroll as new members in DD Perks during Perks Week.

You’ll also be entered to win great prizes each day for using your DD Perks card and a few members will even win a trip to Hawaii!

For more information about Dunkin’ Donuts DD Perks Week, please head here or head here to sign up for DD Perks.

Will you be enjoying these perks at Dunkin’ Donuts this week?

 

Mayor’s Holiday Special 2016 Returns with Discount Tickets and Dining Deals

Boston Holiday Event Discounts

Save on holiday events and dining in Boston this year with the return of Mayor’s Holiday Special.

Mayor’s Holiday Special is a two-month celebration of Boston’s performing arts this holiday season with discounts to over 500 holiday performances, free festivities, and discounts at local restaurants.

Discount tickets to holiday show include Boston Ballet’s The Nutcracker, The Christmas Revels, Urban Nutcracker, Boston Pops’ Holiday Pops, and much more.

In addition to discounted and free holiday events in Boston, Mayor’s Holiday Special is also offering a dining special. Download a coupon for $10 off $40 or more at participating Boston restaurants, valid until December 30, 2016. Keep in mind the coupon does not cover tax, gratuity, or alcohol purchases.

Participating Boston restaurants where you can save $10 off food purchases of $40 or more are: Artistry on the Green, Blu, Dick’s Last Resort, Dillion’s, Earls Kitchen + Bar, Fajitas & Ritas, Fleming’s, Koy, The Merchant, Nosh & Grog Provisions, Osaka, and Tangierino.

This is a great way to save money for dining out before a holiday show or holiday shopping!

For more information about discounts and deals this holiday season with Mayor’s Holiday Special in Boston, please head here.

VERTS Mediterranean Grill Opening Day with Free Entrees!

VERTS Mediterranean Grill is Opening Friday, November 4, 2016 at 95 Summer Street in Boston.

To celebrate their 34th restaurant, and their first “up north”, VERTS will be giving away FREE entrees all day from pitas, salads, and bowls.

The first 200 people will also receive a bag of VERTS goodies from gift cards, recipes, and swag so make sure to get their early!

VERTS Mediterranean Grill will be open from 11am to 9pm.

For more information about this very delicious opening day celebration, please head here.

Will you be there?

 

 

Half Price Hot Dogs at Sullivan’s in South Boston

Sullivan’s is bringing back Customer Appreciation Month this November with half price hot dogs!

Sullivan’s at Castle Island will close on Sunday, November 27, 2016 during the cold months and will be back in a few months.

Will you be enjoying a half price hot dog this month?

Celebrate National Pumpkin Day with Free Pumpkin Muffins!

McDs BostonWednesday, October 26, 2016 is National Pumpkin Day and McDonald’s of New England is celebrating!

McDonald’s of New England will be providing FREE full-sized pumpkin muffin samples as well as McCafe coffee in Boston on Wednesday in honor of National Pumpkin Day!

The free samples and fun will take place at Sam Adams Park near Faneuil Hall on Wednesday, 10/26/16 from 8 AM to 11 AM.

The event will also include many festive fall visuals such as carved pumpkins, hay bales, a candy corn counting contest (to win free fries for a year) and more!

For more information about this fun event, head over here.

Will you be grabbing a free pumpkin muffin to celebrate National Pumpkin Day on Wednesday?

Where to Find Cheap Eats in the North End

Boston North End Cheap Eats

This post was written by contributor writer Matt who is a Boston-based writer, researcher, and tour guide. He has been regaling people with stories of Boston for over a decade. You can follow him on twitter @MatthewWilding.

While the budget visitor might feel the need to starve their way through the Freedom Trail’s most delicious mile, there are plenty of Italian tasties to get your paws on at a reasonable price–from pizza to pastry–if you know where to look.

Haymarket Pizza, 106 Blackstone St.

Sitting on the edge of the North End, facing out at the Rose Kennedy Greenway and the Haymarket, lives an unassuming, zero-frills pizza joint. A slice will run you $2.00 or more, depending on the number of toppings.

Ernesto’s, 69 Salem St.

Ernesto’s has the best pizza in town and these titan-sized slices are guaranteed to make even the most discerning New Yorker reconsider their cheese-and-sauce allegiances. A “slice” runs you about $5, which may sound steep, but when they give it to you, you’ll quickly realize that the single slice could feed two people, and is cut to accommodate just that. You might want to budget extra though, as they also serve beer (rare in a Boston pizza place) and some excellent, huge arancini for just a few extra bucks.

Maria’s Pastry Shop, 46 Cross St.

Somehow though Maria’s, with its cheap sign, no-frills appearance, and family-and-friends staff, has remained a virtual secret. $3 will get you the best cannoli of your life. I’ve brought visitor after visitor to this place, and every single one has liked Maria’s cannoli better than the more expensive ones around the corner. Every one. All. No exceptions. And if cannoli isn’t your bag, they’ve got sfogliatelle that will blow your mind without breaking the bank.

Theo’s Cozy Corner, 162 Salem St.

For the early risers among us, this is the spot. Theo’s opens at six in the morning, and is jammed with tourists and locals alike. Everyone likes a joint where you can get breakfast for less than five bucks, and while Theo’s is not destined to be Zagat-rated, it will fill-a-buster on a budget. Stick with the staples here: eggs and toast, pasta marinara, and simple sandwiches.

Galleria Umberto, 289 Hanover St. 

Sicilian-style pizza for $1.70 a slice. Arancini for $3 each. Umberto sells other things, but people are not waiting in a line out the door for their salami. They open at 11am, and they close when they run out of pizza. They often run out of pizza. This is a hard one to recommend, but a cheap-eats rundown wouldn’t be complete without them. The price is right, but the time spent waiting might deter the thrifty visitor on a time crunch.

Where are your favorite cheap eats in the North End?

When the Patriots Win, You Win at Friendly’s!

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This year when the Patriots win, Friendly’s is giving away a free celebration sundae the day after a Patriots win. You do need to purchase an adult entrée to get the free sundae.

For more information or to find your nearest location, please head here.

Even sweeter, Dunkin’ Donuts is offering medium coffee for .87 in celebration of #87 the day after a Patriots win!

Go Pats!

Thanks, BLOTC!