I'm always on the hunt for a great deal, I mean, who isn't, right?  So when I saw that there are several businesses within the St. Cloud area offering deals for the 4th of July, and beyond, I perked up!  Where are these deals?

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Check this out, this is from Food and Wine, and there are some that most people would probably want to participate in this weekend.  Some of the others do extend throughout the month.


Part of this deal runs through the whole month, and summer actually.

Appetizers are half price during late-night hours, whether you order dine-in, delivery, or to go. Additionally, the chain’s Star-Spangled Sips are a red, white, and blue array of cocktails for $4, $5, and $7, respectively, available for a limited time.


Have you tried Casey's pizza.  It's pretty good.  And they have a great deal for the weekend.

Receive 20% off any large specialty pizza from July 4-7, no promo code necessary. Casey’s specialty pies include Taco Pizza, Hawaiian Pizza, and the limited-time-only BBQ Pulled Pork Pizza, among others.


All Dunkin' Rewards members can get a $3 medium Sparkd' energy drink in Peach Sunshine Enery or Berry Burst all July.


Get free six-piece boneless wings when you make a $10 purchase on the app or on Popeyes.com through July 14. And through August 4th, you can grab a Popeyes Tender Bundles, which includes its 12-piece chicken tenders, four biscuits, four sides, and four small drinks, for just $25.


Use the promo code TWENTYOFF on online and in-app orders to get 20% off.


Get a free Frosty with any oder of $5 or more. And DoorDash DashPass members get $10 off an order of $20+ if you purchase Saucy Nuggs. Promo available from July 4_10.

So, if you want some food quickly, and have some people at your house to feed, some of these might be a great idea. Delivery!

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