Duffy's Gives Parents a Break With Free Kids Meals for Back to School

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Attention parents: relief is on its way, your kids are going back to school within the next few weeks.

Whether you stay at home or have to send them off to camp, having the little ones -- or not-so little ones -- home for the summer, keeping them entertained day in and day out can get rather expensive.

To alleviate the financial migraine, Duffy's Sports Grill is holding a special, which includes free meals for kids -- or anyone who can pass for a twelve-year-old -- for back to school season.

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Between running around to buy pencils, paper, new clothes, and whatever other back to school supplies needed for the kids, you're probably tired. And over it.

To at least make eating easier and cheaper, all Duffy's locations are offering free kids meals with the purchase of any adult entree from Wednesday, August 7 to Sunday, August 18.

"Duffy's wants to give parents a break," says Paul Emmett, CEO of Duffy's Sports Grill. "Kids already eat free every Wednesday, but we want to make it more convenient for parents during this hectic back to school season."

The deal only includes one free kids meal per adult entree, so make sure to bring along one grown-up for each tike. (And maybe don't forget to tip your server based on what the meal would have cost without the deal - just a pro tip from us.)

For more information about the deal visit duffysmvp.com/duffys-back-to-school-bonus.

Duffy's has 22 locations across South Florida, to find the one nearest you visit duffysmvp.com/locations.

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