The Cheesecake Factory Is Giving Out 40,000 Slices of Free Cheesecake Today

Courtesy of Cheesecake Factory
Courtesy of Cheesecake Factory

There's only one thing that feels better than ordering a slice of cheesecake -- and that's the feeling of getting one for free. That way, you don't even have to feel guilty about how there's no nutritional reason to put it in your body. You just can't afford not to eat it. So prepare to feel very good indeed: You're about to get free cheesecake. 

On Wednesday, December 5, DoorDash is giving out 40,000 slices of free cheesecake from the Cheesecake Factory. This is in celebration of Drake's favorite restaurant's 40th birthday, and DoorDash is even waiving delivery fees, service fees, and the subtotal minimum. Which means this is really free, not that fake kind of free.

The deal starts at 11:30am on December 5. All you have to do is use the code FREESLICE when you're checking out on the DoorDash app or website. (We don't recommend showing up at the Cheesecake Factory in person and demanding free cheesecake -- we're not saying it won't work, but if it does, that won't have anything to do with this particular deal.) The code will be valid until 12/11, or until the 40,000 slices run out. Keep in mind that only one slice is available per customer, so you won't able to personally eat the 40,000 slices. 

If you're not familiar, DoorDash is a delivery service that has partnerships with a bunch of restaurants and has had previous free food deals with the likes of Wendy's, Chipotle, and Chick-fil-A. So if you're the kind of person who's into free food, it would behoove you to sign up.

As for picking something from the Cheesecake Factory's giant menu, not even this deal can help you there.

Want even more free food? Check out our HUGE running list of all of the free food you can get your hands on all month long. 

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James Chrisman is a News Writer at Thrillist. Send news tips to and follow him on Twitter @james_chrisman2.