EXPIRED Red Lobster Coupon

September 1, 2013        

 New Red Lobster Coupon on Facebook

Get $4 off two dinner entrees with a new Red Lobster coupon good through Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013.

Requires purchase of two entrees to get $4 off or you can get $2 off on one entree.  See Coupon Terms below.

Coupon can be used on Endless Shrimp, allowing you to get two Endless Shrimp entrees for $13.99 each, the company says.

To get your Red Lobster coupon, go to their Facebook page and click Get Offer.  Red Lobster will send the coupon to the email address you have on file with Facebook.  Click here to view the offer: https://www.facebook.com/redlobster/posts/10151883271807220

Red Lobster announced the special today on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/redlobster

Red Lobster coupon terms:  Coupon must be printed to redeem. Recipient must show valid i.d. at time of purchase. This coupon may be redeemed for $2.00 off each single adult dinner entrée. Limit two single adult entrées per coupon. Coupon is not redeemable for cash or with any other coupon or special offer. Coupon is not redeemable on lunch menu items, lunch portions of fresh fish, or kids’ menu items. One coupon per visit. Cash redemption value: 1/20 of one cent. Coupons may not be reproduced, sold, transferred, or traded. Applicable taxes paid by bearer. © 2013 Darden Concepts, Inc.

Coupon Code: 24

About Red Lobster (from Wikipedia)

redloblogo Red Lobster was founded in 1968 by entrepreneur Bill Darden and Charley Woodsby. Originally billed as a “Harbor for Seafood Lovers”, the original restaurant in Lakeland, Florida was followed by several others throughout the Southeast. General Mills acquired Red Lobster in 1970 as a five-unit restaurant company. The chain expanded rapidly in the 1980s.

In 1995, Red Lobster (along with Olive Garden and other sister chains) became part of Darden Restaurants, which was spun off from General Mills as an independent, publicly traded corporation. Today, there are nearly 700 Red Lobster locations throughout the United States

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