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Free Fondue for Graduates at the Melting Pot

Ahh. June. It's the time of year when high schoolers, college kids, and teachers finally get to chill out -- while the rest of us keep chugging along. Jealous? Yes.

In addition to the time off, recent graduates have another reason to celebrate: restaurants are giving away free stuff.

One such deal comes from America's favorite DIY-cooking spot, the Melting Pot. It's giving away free fondue to degree holders.

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For the entire month of June if you make a reservation to any South Florida Melting Pot and mention "Free Grad Fondue," it's on. The way it works is for every four people, one grad gets to eat for free. In other words, three people pay, one gets a free meal.

It can be redeemed for one entree or one four-course meal, as long as everyone orders the same.

The offer is only valid for the week of graduation day. Proof of graduation is required: diploma, graduation program, transcript.

"Free Grad Fondue" cannot be combined with any other deals.

Check various Melting Pot locations for details. Visit meltingpot.com for specific locations.

Follow Sara Ventiera on Twitter, @saraventiera.



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