Get $6 Select Shareables and the $6 Cheeseburger and Fries all day for takeout orders from Max & Erma’s through March 31, 2020. Max & Erma’s posted the deal on their Facebook page. Want to know which ones are open for takeout? Click here for the Max & Erma’s website.
Max & Erma’s has weekday specials including $6 Cheeseburgers on Thursdays.
The chain now has these specials on Mondays through Fridays:
- Mondays: Exclusive offers for Loyalty Club members
- Tuesdays: Kids 12 and under eat free with purchase of an adult entree
- Wednesdays: $3 Max’s Margaritas
- Thursdays: $6 Cheeseburger and Fries
- Fridays: $10 Fish and Chips.
You can also get the $6 Cheeseburger during Happiness Hours (which vary by location). For more information on the deal see Max & Erma’s Website. The Max and Erma’s chain is headquartered in Columbus, OH and has locations in 10 states. Specials may vary by location.
Max & Erma’s Rewards Program
Max & Erma’s has launced a new and improved loyalty program. The transition moves from a card-based program to a mobile app/online based program. Customers can now easily view their account, earn reward dollars faster, receive unique offers more frequently and engage with Max & Erma’s. Now, every dollar spent earns 1 point. For every 150 points earned, receive $10 in rewards. These rewards can be redeemed at any time.
About Max & Erma’s (from Wikipedia)
Max & Erma’s is an American casual dining restaurant chain based in Columbus, Ohio. It operates throughout parts of the Eastern and Midwestern United States and was founded in 1972 by Todd Barnum and Barry Zacks. The two businessmen purchased a local tavern in Columbus’s German Village which had been operated by Max and Erma Visocnik since 1958. They retained the Max & Erma’s name and created the theme restaurant which featured a converted bathtub that served as a sundae bar. Max & Erma’s was purchased by Pittsburgh-based equity investor G&R Acquisition Inc. in a $10.2 million deal in April 2008. The company declared Chapter 11 bankruptcy on October 26, 2009. It was acquired by American Blue Ribbon Holdings, owners of the Village Inn and Bakers Square restaurant chains, in 2010.