Healthy Living on a Budget

7 Free Food and Drink Deals in February

Treat yourself to something delicious this month free of charge.

In its Super Bowl commercial on February 1, McDonald's unveiled a new campaign called Pay With Lovin': Through February 14, in-store customers will be chosen at random to receive a free meal in exchange for performing an "act of love," which can include calling a loved one, fist bumping with a McDonald's employee or blowing a kiss.

Doughnut cut in half and a cup of coffee on white plates with sugar and milk and a pot of jam

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Free bagels. On Thursday, February 5, Bruegger's Bagels is celebrating 32 years of business by giving customers three free bagels -- excluding toppings and specialty flavors -- at all of its locations throughout the U.S., from open (check with your local bakery for an exact time) to 11 A.M. You must fill out an online form to receive an e-mail coupon that can be presented in-store to claim your breakfast treat.

Free frozen yogurt. On National Frozen Yogurt Day on Friday, February 6, Menchie's frozen yogurt chain is offering free frozen yogurt, up to six ounces, from 4 P.M. to 8 P.M. at participating stores throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico.

Free egg roll. In honor of the Chinese New Year, Panda Express is giving customers a free chicken egg roll on Tuesday, February 19 at participating restaurants. Patrons must print out or present this coupon on their mobile device in-store.

Free donut. Krispy Kreme is opening its 1,000th store location in Kansas City, Kan., on Tuesday, February 24 and wants to celebrate by offering one free original glazed donut to the first 1,000 customers at participating shops worldwide.

Free fish. On your next visit to Walmart anytime in February, pick up a pouch of Chicken of the Sea flavored salmon. You'll need to provide your name and e-mail address to download a coupon, which expires on Saturday, February 28.

Free coffee. Get a free caffeine boost every day throughout February, courtesy of a free cup of Chick-fil-A's new specialty-grade THRIVE Farmers coffee at its restaurants nationwide. Select either a 12-ounce hot or 16-ounce iced coffee anytime during normal restaurant hours.

Free vitamin supplement drink mix. Flu season is in full effect. Help boost your immune system with a free sample of Emergen-C vitamin supplement drink mix, which includes vitamins C and B, zinc and electrolytes. You must complete an online form to receive a sample via snail mail.

Happy eating (and drinking)!

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