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Food & Drink
What’s better than ice cream? Free ice cream, of course. July is National Ice Cream Month, first designated by President Ronald Reagan in 1984, followed by National Ice Cream Day on the third Sunday of July.
Are you looking for some free and cheap things to do this week? Well, you’re in luck, as we have compiled a list to help you out of some of our favorite free events, discounts and deals to keep you busy this week in Palm Beach County.
From June 16 to July 24, for every $20 Taco Bell digital gift card purchased, get a $5 e-bonus card. The offer is only available online, not in-restaurant.
Food Distribution Sites have always been around, but lately, they’ve been popping up in new places — thanks to Palm Beach County’s community efforts. These sites offer free food to help out families in need.
Hoffman’s Chocolate is offering a variety of ice cream specials to celebrate National Ice Cream Month.
To celebrate summer, the Dunkin’ Donuts is offering a medium Dunkin’ Refresher for $2 all day at participating locations
On July 1, 7Rewards loyalty app members will receive one FREE medium Slurpee coupon in their account.
Get this deal from Jimmy John’s freaky fast, before it’s gone! From June 15 to July 5, buy one 8″ or 16″ sandwich and get 50% off a second sandwich (of equal or lesser value) at participating locations. To get sandwiched by the savings, use promo code SAVEON2 at checkout online or on the app. […]
Let’s face it, we’ve been spending a lot of time inside — and things have gotten a bit monotonous. Add some spice to your every day by attending a virtual cooking class right in your own kitchen.
What’s better than opening up a bottle of wine? Sharing a bottle with friends — and in this day and age, the best way to do that is by attending virtual wine tastings.
The Dudes Bodega will deliver anything to you — including household items, prescriptions or groceries for a flat fee of $5.