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Denny’s Is Celebrating Its New Delivery Service With Free Grand Slams


Denny’s is giving us another reason to stay bundled up inside. Now through Wednesday, January 31, Denny’s restaurants are offering customers the chance to snag a free Build Your Own Grand Slam dish, which allows customers to pick four items — things like fluffy buttermilk pancakes, two sunny-side-up eggs, bacon strips, and sausage links — to make one big breakfast. . All you have to do is order directly through the chain’s “Denny’s on Demand” mobile ordering service. PJs and pancakes? Sounds good to us!

In addition to offering customers a complimentary meal, Denny’s created a music video with Edwin McCain that features fans’ pleading tweets for a Denny’s delivery service before Denny’s on Demand launched in May 2017.

Fans who recognize their tweet in the video can claim their tweet and receive a reward for making the dream of Denny’s on Demand a reality. The reward in question, however, has yet to be revealed, but it probably has to do with free food (which is good enough for us!). To show customers just how involved the restaurant is with its fans, Denny’s has printed a variety of tweets directly onto its cups, burger boxes, and more.

Denny’s on Demand

Denny’s on Demand is available in several locations across the United States, so you can get your breakfast delivered right to your door no matter where you are (whether that means pancakes at midnight or burgers at noon).

If you’re worried about your food getting cold, Denny’s has it covered. Thanks to brand new custom-designed take-out packaging, your food will be steaming hot from the time it leaves the stove to the time it hits your stomach! And as an added eco-factor, all of Denny’s take-out packages are made from microwavable and sustainable materials, including recyclable plastics and paper.

Doesn’t that sound like a good way to start the weekend?

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