Save money with fast food deals and discounts in July and beyond.
New this month include 58-cent hot dogs at Wienerschnitzel, the return of the popular all-you-can-eat deal at Applebee’s and new Ciabatta sandwiches at Subway.
Prices and participation can vary, especially at high-rent locations in and around Times Square.
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On Tuesday, July 9 only, Wienerschnitzel is celebrating its 58th anniversary with 58-cent chili dogs or regular mustard dogs.
The 58-cent dogs are being served 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at participating locations.
If you are not good at math, 58 years ago was 1961, the year John Galardi started the franchise with a single location in Southern California
Please note: The 58-cent hot hog deal is available at participating Wienerschnitzel locations on Tuesday, July 9, only. Deal valid for Original Chili Dog and Mustard Dog only. This offer does not include All Beef Hot Dogs. Limit 10 per car/transaction. No substitutions. Cheese and tax are extra.
Through September 23, the last day of summer, Melt Shop, is offering new a lineup of three new melted sandwiches marketed as Summer Favorites.
The trio is your choice of –
Mike’s Hot Honey Melt – Made with Melt Shop’s hand-breaded, sea salt-brined, all-white meat chicken breast and jalapeño pimento cheese, topped with pepper jack cheese and Mike’s Hot Honey (elderflower honey infused with chiles).
Smoked Brisket + Chimichurri Melt – Smoked brisket topped with pepper jack cheese, a house made chimichurri sauce and pickled onions.
Chicken Bacon Ranch – Made with Melt Shop’s hand-breaded, sea salt-brined, all-white meat chicken breast and topped with cheddar cheese, crispy bacon, pickles and ranch.
NYCOTC loves Melt Shop, since it’s a local NYC business that started with one location and has grown to 14 locations in the Northeast, and will be opening another location at JFK soon.