Pollo Tropical wants to help their communities, and to do so they’re giving 50% discounts to those who make their careers out of it. Doctors, nurses, healthcare workers, UPS, FedEx and USPS employees with a valid work ID and first responders (fire personnel, police and EMTs) in uniform are eligible for the deal. Pollo Tropical posted the 1/2 off special on their Facebook page.
Monthly Free Meals for Military
Every 2nd Tuesday of the month is Military Appreciation Day at Pollo Tropical. Active duty military and veterans with valid military ID can get a free 1/4 Chicken Meal with 2 sides. Pollo Tropical posted the offer on their Facebook page.
For other great military discounts at your favorite restaurants, go to our EatDrinkDeals Restaurant Veterans and Military Discounts page.
Sign up for the MyPollo Rewards program and get a free TropiChop bowl after your first purchase. Start earning points on purchases and receive a $5 reward for every 75 points earned ($1 = 1 point).
For more details and to download the mobile app, go to the Pollo Tropical website.
About Pollo Tropical (from Wikipedia)
Pollo Tropical is a Miami, Florida-based restaurant chain and franchise specializing in the cuisine of the Caribbean. Founded in 1988, the chain has its headquarters in Doral, Miami-Dade County, Florida. They serve marinated and grilled chicken and various sides including black beans and rice, corn casserole and more.
Pollo Tropical is now a subsidiary of Fiesta Restaurant Group, Inc., which was spun-off from Carrols Restaurant Group in 2012. Fiesta owns, operates and franchises the Pollo Tropical and Taco Cabana restaurant brands. Its headquarters have been located in the Doral area of Miami since 2017. The company currently owns and operates more than 140 locations throughout Florida and Georgia, plus five licensed restaurants on college campuses and 32 franchised locations throughout the Caribbean, Central America, South America and Puerto Rico.
After a decline in sales, Fiesta began closing its Texas restaurants, including locations in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, and Austin, in the second quarter of 2017. The company closed 30 stores, including locations in Georgia, Tennessee and Texas. This was part of a trend announced earlier in 2017, as the company moved to slow development, having grown “too far, too fast.” Instead of trying to open 30 new stores, the company planned to open 8 to 10, all in Florida, which is its core market.