Free Panda Express Peppercorn Shrimp Today

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Panda Express wants you to try its new peppercorn shrimp so badly, it's giving it away. The Chinese fast-food chain with the panda (wait? They all have pandas?) is launching its new entrée with a free-meal deal.

Wok-tossed shrimp is sautéed with asparagus, red peppers, and onions in a spicy Thai-inspired peppercorn sauce, then served over rice. According to the Panda Express website, this dish weighs in at a mere 170 calories and 5g fat but contains 800 mg of sodium.

In a fit of marketing madness, Panda Express is giving away the shrimp

today only, February 22, with no purchase necessary. Just print out the

coupon and eat for free. 


are several Panda Express locations throughout South Florida, including

the Broward Mall, Wellington, Davie, Pembroke Pines, and Boynton

Beach. Click here for a location finder.

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