#parent | #kids | First Day of Spring Food Deals 2021: Everywhere With Free & Cheap Food

Spring has sprung. It has also sprung some food deals.

Photo courtesy of Taco John’s

Spring is in the air. At least, it probably is by the time you read this. The first day of spring is March 20 whether or not there’s still snow on the ground. 

With the changing of seasons, there are a whole lot of things to do. Plan an outdoor adventure. Sit outside with a cup of coffee. Clean out the garage. But also, don’t forget that there are a bunch of restaurants that will celebrate spring’s arrival with you by offering some food deals. You know the drill at this point. We’ve collected some of the best food deals you’ll find celebrating (or just available) on the first day of spring. You’ll be able to grab deals from Wendy’s, Tim Hortons, Yoshinoya, Taco John’s, and more. 

Here are the best deals you’ll find on the first day of spring. 

Free Food on the First Day of Spring

The deal:
Stop in for a free Honey Butter Chicken Sandwich. No purchase is required. Wendy’s is just doling them out. 
When: March 18-20

Buffalo Wild Wings
The deal:
If a March Madness game goes into overtime, you can score six free boneless wings. You just have to place an online order within 30 minutes of the game finishing or check into your local BWW through the Blazin’ Rewards app. Once you’ve done that, you’ll get free wings in your account the following day. 
When: March 18 – April 5

The deal: Jump into the Wendy’s app to get buy-one-get-one-free Dave’s Single burgers. 
When: Through March 28

Tim Hortons
The deal:
To celebrate the introduction of freshly cracked eggs in all of its breakfast sandwiches, the convenience store is offering Tims Rewards members a free breakfast sandwich. You’re going to need to be an early riser, though.
When: Through March 21, 5-7 am

The deal:
 Order from Uber Eats to get buy-one-get-one-free Regular Teriyaki Chicken Bowls every night when there are March Madness games taking place. 
When: March 18-23, 27-30, April 3-5

Boston Market
The deal:
The rotisserie chain is offering free kid meals. No purchase is required at all. Kids 12 and under can just grab a free one. 
When: For just a little while

Taco John’s
The deal:
The launch of its new value menu includes the option to grab a free Chicken, Bacon Guacamole Street Taco when you order any Pepsi product through the Taco John’s app. 
When: Through April 5

Food Deals on the First Day of Spring

The deal:
It’s offering free delivery on days when March Madness games are being played. You’ll just have to hit the $15 minimum. 
When: March 18-22, 27-30, April 3-5

STK Steakhouse
The deal:
Get $5 orders of lil’ Corned Beef Sliders with Tater Tots.
When: March 15-21

The deal:
Order through Uber Eats to get a $0 delivery fee. You’ll have to hit the $20 minimum, though.
When: Through March 21

Kona Grill
The deal:
Corned Beef Sliders are just $6. The special is available for takeout and delivery.
When: Through March 21

Logan’s Roadhouse
The deal:
You can order a Roadhouse Party Pack for St. Patrick’s Day. That includes grabbing an order of Loaded Potato Skins to feed 10-12 people for $29.99. 
When: March 17-21

Peet’s Coffee
The deal:
Take 35% off your first shipment in a Peet’s subscription to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. (You can celebrate with a coffee deal for a few days beyond the holiday, as well.)
When: March 17-24

The deal:
Take $3 off an order of $15 or $5 off an order of $20 through Postmates with the code “WENDYS.” You can also get $5 off $20 through DoorDash, or a $0 delivery fee on a $15 order through Grubhub. 
When: March 19-22

The deal:
Get a $0 delivery fee on any order of at least $10. 
When: Through April 6

Want More Food Deals?

Here’s our huuuuuuuge running list of all the free food you can get right now, as well as the best pizza deals, reward programs, birthday freebies, gift card offers, deals on food for kids, food delivery offers, and alcohol delivery deals you’ll find. If you want a little more than, say a free taco, we also have you covered with a long list of meals you can get at fast food chains under $5. You’re welcome.

Additionally, we’ve put together a list of places offering free food to healthcare workers and first responders during the COVID-19 outbreak.

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Dustin Nelson is a Senior Staff Writer at Thrillist. Follow Dustin Nelson on Twitter.

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