Get The Big Cheese cheeseburger at Farmer Boys for just $2 from 2 pm – close on National Cheeseburger Day, September 18, 2019.
Farmer Boys announced the deal on their Cheeseburger Day Page. Not all locations participate, so check the website to make sure your spot honors the deal. Also, if you’re a member of the VIF Loyalty Club, scan your Farmer Boys receipt in from National Cheeseburger Day and you can get another $2 Big Cheese offer loaded into your account.
— Farmer Boys Food (@FarmerBoys) September 12, 2019
* Cannot be combined with any other offers, coupons, or advertised specials. Valid at participating locations only. Limit 2 per guest, while supplies last. Additional restrictions may apply.
Farmer Boys VIF Club
Join the VIF (Very Important Farmer) Club and get a $5 reward when you download the app. Earn 1 point for every $1 spent, and get a $5 reward for each time you accumulate 60 points. Click here for details from Farmer Boys.
About Farmer Boys (from Wikipedia)
Farmer Boys is a quick service restaurant chain based primarily in California, with headquarters in Riverside, California. The Havadjias brothers founded Farmer Boys in 1981. The Havadjias family were immigrants from Cyprus. The brothers originally owned Astro Burgers in Torrance, California in 1979 and Theodore’s Restaurant in Hollywood, California in 1981 prior to owning McCoy’s Restaurant in Perris, California. McCoy’s Restaurant became the first Farmer Boys restaurant following the name change in August 1981. About 16 years later, Farmer Boys had grown to eight restaurants. A year later, Farmer Boys was granted franchise status and later in the year, a Farmer Boys restaurant opened in Temecula, California. To date, there are over 90 Farmer Boys restaurants in California and Nevada. Today, thanks to an ever-expanding franchise operation, the Farmer Boys family continues to grow.
KCBS-TV (CBS 2) recently named Farmer Boys as the best burger in Southern California. Farmer Boys has also won awards for their deep-fried zucchini and monster-sized onion rings, described as “‘monster truck tires’ compared to competitors’ ‘puny little training wheels'”