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Smashburger Offers National Burger Month Deal Today and Free Burgers on May 28

Just like individual days, every month of the year celebrates a different dish. January is National Hot Tea month. Boring. February is National Canned Food Month. Ugh. March is National Caffeine Awareness Month. Lame. April: National Grilled Cheese Month. Slightly Better.

Luckily, we've made it to May. This month is National Hamburger Month and it's about damn time to celebrate.

For the entire month of May Smashburger is hosting deals to celebrate, including free upgrades and free burgers for individuals with a certain surname.

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To get customers in the National Burger spirit, all Smashburger locations will be offering free big size upgrades -- from 4.5 oz. to a 6.4 oz. -- on all burgers today with a coupon.

In an even more celebratory note, the chain will be offering free burgers to anyone with Burger as a last name on May 28. According to, Florida ranks fourth in the country for the number of individual "Burgers." To make the deal more inclusive, anyone with any variation of Burger--Berger, Weinberger, Burgerstein, whatever--gets to partake in the burger appreciation deal. A valid I.D. with a Burger variation is required to partake. One burger per Burger.

Smashburger has locations in Fort Lauderdale, Pembroke Pines, and Boynton Beach. Visit the website here.

To download a coupon, join the Smashclub here.

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