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TGI Friday's Restaurant

TGI Fridays is a casual international restaurant chain which has been in operation since 1965 and is based out of Carrolton, TX. The name is taken from the phrase “Thank Goodness It’s Friday” and the restaurant appeals to people looking for a fun and casual place to spend a meal and unwind from a busy day.

Due to the atmosphere, affordability, and quality food that the restaurant provides, it continues to be one of the most popular restaurant chains in the United States and across the world.

Today the restaurant has over 1,000 locations which are spread out across 51 countries. The restaurant today is owned by the Carlson Companies, which owns a variety of other restaurant chains.

TGI Friday's Menu

TGI Fridays is well known for having a very wide menu full of options which could meet anyone’s cravings and dietary restrictions. The restaurant is well known for their burgers and sandwiches.

Each location offers about a dozen different signature burgers and sandwich options although all of these can be customized by a customer. The restaurant also has a full line of steaks, chicken dishes, gourmet salads, ribs, and some pasta dishes.

While the entrée meals offered at TGI Fridays are quite vast, the casual and group dining nature of the restaurant makes their vast appetizer selection quite possible. Some of the most popular appetizer selections include nachos, Buffalo wings, a variety of dips, and chicken wings.

TGI Friday

Since the restaurant attempts to create a fun and casual option for people looking to unwind, each restaurant also has a fully stocker bar. The restaurant sells a full line of signature drinks which are referred to as their “Ultimate” drinks which include jumbo margaritas and mai-tais. Beyond those drinks customers can also choose from a long list of beer and mixed drink options.

TGI Friday's Coupons

While TGI Fridays offers customers a wide variety of affordable menu options, most customers could save money off of their bill by using TGI Friday’s coupons at the restaurant.

Coupons and discount offers for TGI Fridays can be found a variety of different places, but one of the best places to look is directly on the TGI Friday’s website.

TGI Friday's Club

Through the TGI Friday’s website, a customer can sign up for the restaurants rewards program which is call the “Give Me More Stripes” club. The title of the club is a play off of the restaurant’s historic logo, and previous uniforms, which utilize red and white candy stripes.

The TGI Friday’s “Give Me More Stripes” club provides customers with a great way for earning free food. Typically, every time a customer spends $100 at the restaurant they will receive a coupon for up to $8 off of their bill.

However, by signing up for the club a customer will frequently also receive email offers and printable coupons which could be used to receive a free appetizer or drink or even a two-for-one entrée offer.

Customers who sign up for the rewards program will always qualify for upgrades on beverages, will receive preferred seating if the restaurant is full, and could even receive preferential parking at some of the restaurants.

Other Ways to Find Coupons

While the TGI Friday’s “Give Me More Stripes” club does provide some excellent coupon options, there are other ways to find coupons and discounts for the restaurant as well. To reach out and bring back existing customers the restaurant will frequently place coupons in both national and local periodicals and newspapers.

These discounts are often fairly substantial and could include receiving a free entrée if a certain price point of the bill is met. However, they typically have a very short maturity date and often need to be used within a month of them being printed. These coupons are frequently provided by the company when they are trying to promote a new menu option or specialty drink.

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