You Can Get Free Delivery From Denny's for the Rest of the Year

You'll never want to cook breakfast at home again.


A new Denny's deal has arrived to disincentivize our ever cooking breakfast again: free delivery until the end of the year.

To get the deal, all you have to do is order Denny's between now and Sunday, August 9. The offer comes at the perfect time; it's been a full 28 days since the end of Denny's Grand Slam BOGO deal, meaning we've had ample time to digest -- and once again crave -- the national chain's iconic mega breakfast. Just like the earlier BOGO, the free delivery deal is a means of encouraging folks to order meals through the company's website or app, but this time the discount extends to orders of all menu items. 

You must also be a Denny's Rewards Member to get free delivery, which entitles you to exclusive rewards and birthday perks (maybe Denny's will even let you get married there for free). Once you're a Denny's Rewards member, place the order before the deadline to receive a weekly coupon via email. Then you can redeem the coupon for free delivery once a week until the end of 2020. 

"Over the past several months as in-restaurant dining has been in a state of change due to COVID-19, we have seen higher instances of our guests opting for Denny's comfort food via delivery," said John Dillon, chief brand officer for Denny's, in a press release. "We want to be able to serve our guests in a myriad of different ways, be it in-restaurant, pickup or delivery, and being able to alleviate delivery fees through the end of the year, is a perfect way to thank our guests for sticking with us during the recent challenging times."

Denny's is on a bit of a deal kick recently; keep in mind that the company also brought back it's huge value menu, with meal prices starting at much cheaper than the dozen store-bought eggs you've been scraping off a pan for months. 

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