Get up to $10 off with these Rubio’s coupons good today through October 31, 2017.
CLICK HERE to get your Rubio’s coupons. Print or show on your mobile phone to redeem. Good for $4 off any two entrees, $7 off three entrees, or $10 off any four entrees. Entrees include any two taco plate, burrito, kids meal, salad, bowl, or Coastal Trio.
In other deals, get a Rubio’s coupon for a free taco when you enroll in their email club.
CLICK HERE to enroll and get your Rubio’s coupon. Rubio’s will send you a coupon for a free taco right away. You’ll also receive a coupon on your birthday, coupons during special occasions, and invitations to local Rubio’s events.
Rubio’s, formerly known as Rubio’s Fresh Mexican Grill, is a fast casual “Fresh Mex” or “New Mex” restaurant chain specializing in Mexican food, with an emphasis on fish tacos. Rubio’s operates, licenses or franchises about 200 restaurants in California, Arizona, Colorado, Utah and Nevada. Rubio’s was voted “Best of the Best (Cheap Eats)” in the June 2008 issue of San Diego Magazine. Its headquarters are in Carlsbad.
“People still love the taste of The Original Fish Taco,” Rubio’s says on their website. “And now, as our menu has grown to include responsibly sourced grilled seafood options along with steak and all natural chicken raised without antibiotics, served in tacos, salads, bowls, and burritos, guests have found more new originals to love.
“The flavors we prepare in our kitchens today are a combination of our south of the border roots and the influence of California’s coastal waters and farm-fresh ingredients. We still offer our Original Fish Taco®, as well as an array of one-of-a-kind recipes focusing on grilled seafood. Any one of them with some salsa (made daily), rice or chips is guaranteed to make a coastal cuisine match made in heaven. Rubio’s is still based out of San Diego, though we operate nearly 200 restaurants. So next time you’re feeling a little coastal, feel free to come in and kick back, soak up our version of a sunny day, and taste something outside of the ordinary.”