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Black Friday Food Deals 2021: restaurants with free food and deals today



Black Friday Food Deals 2021: restaurants with free food and deals today
best black friday food deals 2021

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Whether you’ve got a turkey hangover or already exhausted from sitting in front of your computer furiously clicking through all the Black Friday sales, having someone else cook for you sounds like a great idea.

Thankfully, Black Friday is like pretty much any other day of the year, as you can order food delivered to your door. But during this questionable shopping holiday, many restaurants are offering deals that will have you knee-deep in food as you imagine your delight when that half-price foot massager finally arrives at your doorstep. So to help you save precious minutes for daydreaming, we’ve rounded up all the best food deals available today from places like Baskin-Robbins, Wendy’s, White Castle, Red Lobster, and others.

These are the best food deals you can find on Black Friday.

Free food on Black Friday

Krispy Kreme
The agreement:
Drop by a Krispy Kreme and you’ll get a completely free Original Glazed donut and small brewed coffee on Black Friday. You don’t have to buy anything.
When: Nov 26

The agreement: Grab a free kids scoop with any purchase of at least $15.
When: November 25-30

Food Deals on Black Friday

The agreement: Wendy’s offers a new deal every Friday in November. This week you can get 150 points in the Wendy’s rewards program with the purchase of fries via the mobile app. That’s enough for a variety of freebies.
When: November 26-28

white Castle
The agreement: Order through Uber Eats, Grubhub, or Postmates to get $10 off a Family Crave meal. That comes with 20 Cheese Sliders, four small fries, and four small sodas.
When: November 26-28

The agreement: Use the mobile app to order fries (any size!) for just $1. The deal resets weekly, so you can take advantage of it multiple times throughout the month.
When: Until November 30th

The agreement: Buy a Sausage or Bacon, Egg & Cheese Biscuit for a dollar every day this month. Find the deal in the app.
When: Until November 30th

white Castle
The agreement: Refuel for Black Friday. All coffees are $0.99.
When: Nov 26

The agreement: For $2 you can buy a Wendy’s Key Tag, which gives you a free Jr Frosty every day for a year when you buy something. The purchase will benefit the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.
When: Until December 31

The agreement: Buy a gift card for $20 or more and you’ll get a $10 bonus gift card. You’ll never have to get up from your desk again (until you spend $30 on delivery).
When: November 26-29

red lobster
The agreement: Receive free delivery on orders placed through the Red Lobster website.
When: Until November 29

red Robin
The agreement: Get free delivery to get you through the start of the holiday season.
When: Until November 28th

red Robin
The agreement: Order catering before November 30 for pick-up or delivery in December and you will receive a 15% discount on that order.
When: Order before November 30th

best black friday food deals 2021
Photo courtesy of Atlas Coffee Club

Even more food deals

The agreement: The meal pack company is offering new customers a total of 14 free meals in five boxes, plus free shipping on your first box, with the code ‘HFBF2021’.
When: Until December 1st

The agreement:
Buying 12 cans of iperEspresso capsules will get you a free Y3.3 machine or a Y5 for just $50 or an X7.1 for $75.
When: Until November 28th

Atlas Coffee Club
The agreement:
Get a sampler from the coffee subscription club through Amazon. You get the four-pack with a 40% discount and the eight-pack with a 50% discount.
When: Until November 29

Atlas Coffee Club
The agreement: Get your first bag of coffee beans for free when you try the club. You can also get up to $55 off Coffee World Tour gifts.
When: Until November 30th

Bulletproof Coffee
The agreement: You can get up to 40% off Bulletproof creamer, protein bars, coffee pods and more.
When: Until December 2nd

Wine Insiders
The agreement: You can get up to 70% off any order of wine. That can get you a case of wine for under $100. Use the code “THANKSTHRILLIST70.” You will also receive a surprise gift in your package.
When: Until November 30th

Type of Snacks
The agreement: Take 25% off and get free shipping on any order of at least $40 on the website.
When: Until November 29

super coffee
The agreement: Spend $75 and get 20% off your order plus free shipping. Going big gets you 30% off and free shipping when you spend $125.
When: Until November 30th

Lucky Jack Coffee
The agreement: Grab his Cold Brew Nitro Lattes through Amazon and take advantage of a buy-one-get-one-free deal.
When: November 26-28

The Herb House
The agreement: Spend $50 on the site that specializes in herbs and get 10% off plus free shipping. If you spend $75, that jumps up to 15% off. If you spend $100, the discount is 20%. Use the code “BLACKFRIDAY”.
When: Until November 28th

volcanic coffee
The agreement: The code “BF2021” gives existing customers a 20% discount on an order and all others 15% discount.
When: November 26-29

any plate
The agreement: Get meals for $1.79 each if you’re new to EveryPlate, plus 20% off two more boxes with the code “EPBF2021”.
When: until December

Green Chef
The agreement: Get 10 free meals from the meal pack company on top of free shipping with the code “GCBF2021” if it’s your first order with Green Chef.
When: Until December 1st

The agreement: The meal pack company is offering $100 off your first four boxes with the code “FACTORBF2021.”
When: Until December 1st

Death Wish coffee
The agreement: Get 30% off coffee in bags.
When: November 26

Cali’flour Foods
The agreement: Take 40% off items on the keto friendly site. You’ll find pizza bases, appetizers, crackers, and more. You also get free shipping if you hit the $75 order minimum. Use the code “BLACKFRIDAY21.”
When: Until December 1st

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Photo courtesy of Shake Shack

Gift voucher offers now available

Shake Shack
The agreement: Receive a voucher for a free shake – including the new Christmas shakes – with every purchase of a $25 gift card. The voucher is valid through March 31, 2022.
When: Until December 29

Grimaldi’s Pizzeria
The agreement: Buy a $50 gift card and you’ll get a free $10 bonus card. That goes up to $20 when you buy a $100 gift card.
When: Until December 31

red lobster
The agreement:
If you spend at least $100 on a gift card from Black Friday through Cyber ​​Monday, you’ll get 10% off the order.
When: November 26-29

white Castle
The agreement:
Grab a free $5 gift card with purchase of $25 gift cards. The bonus card is valid from January 1 to February 28, 2022.
When: Until January 2, 2022

Einstein Bros. bagels
The agreement: Spend $25 on a gift card and you’ll get a $5 bonus card. That can go a long way in a bagel shop.
When: Until December 31

from aunt Anne
The agreement: Grab $5 in Pretzel Perks (single use) when you spend $25 on gift cards. The bonus money must be spent before March 27, 2022.
When: Until December 31

farm boys
The agreement: Receive a $5 voucher when you purchase $25 gift cards or a $25 voucher when you spend $100.
When: Until January 17th

Noodles & Company
The agreement:
Buy a $25 gift card online and you’ll get a $5 bonus card that expires on January 12, 2022.
When: Until December 31

BJ’s Restaurant & Brewhouse
The agreement:
Buy a $50 eGift card and you get a free $10 card. If you buy a $100 card, you get a free $25 card and a 20% discount VIP card.
When: Until January 1, 2022

Miguels Jr.
The agreement: Grab a few $5 bonus gift cards for every $25 card you buy.
When: November 26-29

The coffee bean and the tea leaf
The agreement: Receive a free $5 gift card when you purchase gift cards worth at least $25 in-store or online.
When: Until December 31

The agreement: Put $25 on a gift card and get a $5 reward card. The reward card is only valid once, must be used in the Jamba app and can only be used from January 3 to February 14, 2022.
When: Until December 26

Do you want more food deals?

Here’s our huuuuuuuge list of all the free food you can get right now, as well as the best pizza deals, rewards programs, birthday freebies, gift card offers, food delivery offers, alcohol delivery deals, and benefits for getting your vaccination against COVID-19. If you want something more than, say, a free taco, we also have a long list of meals you can get at fast food joints under $5. No thanks.

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Facebook’s flaccid attempts to get my attention make it clear: It’s time to leave | Eleanor Margolis




lIt’s 2 a.m. and in the past hour I’ve relived an entire decade of my life. As far as I know, it was a phenomenally stupid decade. If my Facebook photos have anything to offer, I’ve spent all of uni honking my friends’ boobs and putting things on my head. I then spent my early to mid-twenties dressed stupidly, in the company of a lot of people I can barely remember now. My God, the Hat phase. There I am in a fedora at Pride; leaner and prettier, but I’m clearly having trouble defining my “look”.

This is the longest I’ve spent on Facebook in about four years. In the end I decided to delete it. When I was in my thirties, it started to stress me that my profile still exists. Drunk photos of me on display in front of people I haven’t thought of in ten years. Whatever teen I thought was worthy of a status update Outside, searchable, discoverable, only obscured by privacy settings I don’t fully understand.

It’s hard to say exactly what got me off the platform in the first place, but I remember it starting to smell a bit. It was like it turned sour. It started to look like a digital nursery for boomers and people in pyramid schemes, run by the dead-eyed and unpassionate Mark Zuckerberg – a person about as cool as a middle-aged geography teacher in a retarded cap, who raps about saying no to cigarettes. . It was all a bit depressing. Scrolling through Twitter, at least me feeling something (usually burning anger). But Facebook seemed like an eternal 2010: indifferent, comfortable and two.

And the less time I spent on Facebook, the more notifications I seemed to get. I started getting notifications for everything. A girl I’d met in line at the restroom eight years ago sold a drying rack. Someone I was in school with that I didn’t really like went to a prison themed club night. And these things I needed to know, because Zuckerberg was tangibly desperate for my attention. Perhaps even more so now with the rebranding of “Meta”, and the persistent push for a massive move to the “Metaverse”.

But the task ahead – now – is to stay on this godforsaken platform until I’ve dragged and dropped every photo worth keeping to my desktop. I remember switching from Myspace to Facebook around 2007 when I was 18. Facebook seemed a bit more mature. It was more streamlined and there was much less room for the kind of customization that would result in a sudden glare from a moving background and a bang from Mr Brightside. But with its “poke” feature and this newfangled idea of ​​posting your “status”, Facebook somehow managed to convince all of us that it was fun.

I shared life-changing events on Facebook. I posted about new jobs and relationships. I came up with my “wall”. One of my last statuses was in 2017, when my mother died. And yet when I look through the thousands of photos of me on the platform, they are full of people I can hardly name right now. Even at birthday parties, people pop up who make me wonder if I’m looking at my life in an alternate universe. “Who is that?” I keep saying it to myself. In part, this may be glaring evidence of how bad I am at maintaining friendships. For example, I am one of the few people I know who has now lost touch with everyone they knew in college.

It’s not all wasted time, of course. I’m starting to cry a bit from the photos of an Interrailing trip I took with my uni roommates when I was 19. There we are, posing on a bridge in Budapest, and – on a hot day – standing in the middle of the Louvre Fountain. The inside jokes are starting to flow back.

I realize that Facebook like almost nothing else includes the “bater” that defined the 2007-2012 era. Which is perhaps not surprising for a social media site that started out as a place for students to rate the attractiveness of their female classmates. When it went mainstream, it carried on that basic philosophy of creepiness, like the Olympic torch. At a time when your friends tagged you in photos of you practically dying of alcohol poisoning, this was the last moment when social media was more identity than ego. It was fomo-inducing, but rarely ambitious.

Before I hit the last “delete” on my page, I’m going through my hidden messages – those of people I’m not friends with. One from a guy I don’t know, from 2016, just says “bitch”. I consider answering for a moment before realizing how much of a depressing act that would be.

There’s nothing left here for me, I think to myself, as I bid farewell to a digital decade.

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189 Best Amazon Cyber Monday Deals in 2021: Jaw-Dropping Discounts on Clothing, Tech, Home Goods, and More





Right on schedule, the best Amazon Cyber Monday deals 2021 has to offer are rolling in strong. Whether you’re looking to melt the world away with noise-cancelling headphones, breeze through your house chores with a robot vacuum, air fry literally everything in your kitchen, level up your skincare and wardrobe game, or get a jump on your holiday shopping, the Everything Store has, well, everything—all at mouthwatering discounts. For the best deals of the bunch, fire up that Prime membership and take a stroll through our highly-curated assortment of limited-time offers below. And don’t forget to check back in, because we’ll be keeping this list updated with the latest and greatest Amazon Cyber Monday deals 2021 all week long.


Persol PO3235S Pilot sunglasses

Timberland Blix slimfold leather wallet

Wrangler Authentics fleece quarter-zip sweater

Dickies Temp-IQ Denim “Eisenhower” jacket

Koolaburra by UGG Bordon slippers

Timex Weekender watch

When you want the most watch for the least money, all roads lead to Timex.

Dockers classic fit easy khaki pants

Easily the best khakis you’ll find for under $30.

Pendleton Shetland wool sweater

Everyone needs a good, classic wool sweater.

Adidas Essentials warm-up 3-stripes track jacket

Gildan crew T-shirts (12-pack)

Calvin Klein cotton stretch multipack boxer briefs

The first and best name in elevated undies.

Champion Powerblend fleece hoodie

Seiko 5 SNXL72 automatic gold-tone stainless steel bracelet watch (was $235, now 50% off)


Merrell Moab 2 mid waterproof hiking boot

Take a hike.


Baxter of California clay pomade

The Ordinary Peeling Solution And Hyaluronic Face Serum

Jack Black Intense Therapy lip balm

CeraVe Vitamin C serum with hyaluronic acid

Roselyn Boutique jade roller & Gua Sha facial tools

Glam Up facial sheet mask 12-pack

Thayers witch hazel toner

Reduce irritation, prevent blemishes, and naturally hydrate your face.

Jack Black turbo body bar

Gentle exfoliation and hydrating ingredients to keep your skin looking and feeling its best.

La Roche-Posay Effaclar purifying foaming gel cleanser

Dylonic exfoliating brush

Panasonic Arc5 electric shaver

Our all-time favorite electric foil shaver rarely goes on sale. Even if it weren’t the holidays, that’d be reason enough to celebrate.

Calvin Klein CK One eau de toilette

The citrus-y classic still smells as alluring as it did during its late-’90s heyday.

Crest 3D white strips

Show up for the holidays with a diamond of a smile.

Philips Norelco 9000 pecision beard and hair trimmer

L’Oreal Paris Skincare Revitalift Derm Intensives 1.5% Pure Hyaluronic Acid Face Serum (was $24, now 46% off)


German Nivea creme (was $11, now 36% off)

Waterpik Sonic-Fusion 2.0 professional flossing toothbrush

Hatteker beard trimmer kit


Anker Nebula Capsule mini projector

Samsung Galaxy Chromebook laptop

Anker wirless Qi charging stand

Speck Gemshell clear iPhone 13 case (was $25, now 30% off)

Blue Yeti USB mic (was $130, now 23% off)

LG OLED C1 Series 65” Smart TV (was $2500, now 28% off)


Bose Sport Earbuds

These sweat-proof, bass-thumping buds will help you excel in the gym.

Amazon Echo Dot (3rd generation)

If you’ve been jonesing for a digital Jeeves, the older version of the Echo Dot is on sale for one of the best prices we’ve seen in a hot minute.

Amazon Fire TV Stick (was $50, now 50% off)


Apple AirPods Pro (was $249, now 29% off)


Fellow Stag EKG electric gooseneck kettle

Zeppoli classic kitchen towels 15-pack

Instant Vortex 5.7 quart air fryer

All-Clad D3 stainless steel frying pant cookware set

Nespresso Vertuo Next Espresso Machine

Smeg 4-slot toaster

Smeg’s coveted retro-style appliances don’t often go on sale, so you’d better hop on this deal while you can.

All-Clad D3 Stainless Cookware, 12-Inch fry pan with lid

Used in high-end kitchens all over the world, so you can elevate your home cooking into fine dining territory.

Bodum Brazil French press

Lodge 10/25″ cast iron skillet

Zojirushi Neuro Fuzzy rice cooker

Vitamix A2300 Ascent Series Smart Blender

Staub braiser with glass lid (was $357, now 58% off)


AeroGarden Harvest (was $150, now 40% off)


Breville Precision Brewer (was $420, now 29% off)

Ninja Air Fryer 5-quart (was $150, now 33% off)


Amazon smart soap dispenser

Bio Bidet Bliss BB200 smart toilet

Flexispot EG1 electric standing desk

Welhome Hudson Organic Cotton Towel Set (6-Piece)

Versanora Creativo Work Desk

Audio-Technica AT-LP60X turntable and Microlab Pro1BT speaker bundle

Dust off those vinyl records and turn up the volume.

Medify MA-40 air purifier

It’s never been more important to keep the air in your home fresh and clean.

Amazon Blink Mini camera

There’s, like, a zero percent chance Bezos isn’t watching the goings-on inside your home. Might as well let Amazon watch (and protect) the outside of it, too.

nuLOOM Moroccan Blythe Area Rug

Casper Sleep original hybrid mattress, queen (was $1395, now 15% off)


iRobot Roomba 692 robot vacuum (was $300, now 33% off)


Sonneman 2050-63 LED Quattro task lamp (was $240, now 31% off)

Costa Farms pachira plant


Amazon Halo fitness tracker

Under Armour Undeniable duffle gym bag

Balancefrom GoYoga yoga mat with carrying strap

XTERRA Fitness Folding Treadmill

Circuit Fitness Water Rowing Machine

Adidas Ultraboost sneakers

Garmin Vivoactive fitness watch

Rogue speed rope (was $26, now 30% off)


TriggerPoint GRID Foam Roller (was $40, now 30% off)


NordicTrack Commercial Series + 30-Day iFit membership (was $3200, now 22% off)


BowFlex SelecTech 552 adjustable dumbbells (pair) (was $550, now 27% off)


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Storm Team 11: Cold weather Monday before a warm-up begins | WJHL




Storm Team 11: Cold weather Monday before a warm-up begins |  WJHL

The Storm Team 11 Forecast calls for a cold Sunday night and Monday. A warming trend begins Tuesday afternoon and continues through the rest of the workweek. There is a small chance of a shower from Wednesday. That little potential continues through Friday and even Saturday. The chance of rain may increase towards the end of the weekend or early next week.

Cold tonight and Monday
Tonight there will be some clouds. Quite cold with a minimum between 20 and 23 degrees.

Mostly sunny Monday. Some high clouds. Cold with a high of mid-30s to nearly 40 degrees throughout the area, about 42 to 44 degrees in the Tri-Cities.

Monday night mostly clear to partly cloudy. Occasional clouds nearby. Still cold with lows in the mid to upper 20s.

Heat up
Plenty of sunshine for most of Tuesday with the possibility of more clouds later in the day and into the night. Softer in the afternoon. The maximum temperature is around 54 degrees in the Tri-Cities with higher 40 degrees to almost 50 degrees elsewhere.

Next rain chance?
We will be in and out of the clouds from Wednesday and it looks like it will be with periods of sunshine for the rest of the week. Moisture seems to be quite limited in our region. However, there is a very small chance of rain most days on this stretch due to a few weak systems nearby. It looks like our best chance of rain won’t be until Sunday or next Monday. Stay tuned as we gain confidence in the prediction. It’s becoming clearer that warmer air will settle in mid-to-late week with peaks in the mid-’50s to lows of the ’60s.


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