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Each bundle comes with guests’ choice of any Handcrafted Burger on the menu plus classic fries and a soft drink.

Applebee’s Celebrating National Cheeseburger Day with $8.99 Burger Bundle

Even though September 18 is a holiday for cheeseburgers, this year Applebee’s is letting all of its Handcrafted Burgers get in on the festivities. For one day only, Applebee’s is celebrating National Cheeseburger Day by offering guests a complete Burger Bundle for just $8.99. Each bundle comes with guests’ choice of any Handcrafted Burger on the menu plus classic fries and a soft drink.

On Friday, September 18, all you have to do is select the Burger Bundle option from the menu to order for dine-in, To Go or delivery. To order for To Go or delivery, visit Applebees.com or the Applebee’s mobile app (iOS, Google)..

“This year, we’ve taken National Cheeseburger Day to the next level,” says Joel Yashinsky, Chief Marketing Officer at Applebee’s. “It was too hard to pick just one burger to celebrate the holiday, so we’re letting our guests choose from any one of our Handcrafted Burgers in a Burger Bundle with classic fries and a soft drink. We’re making it easy to enjoy our best-in-class burgers, with all the fixin’s included.”

Applebee’s has taken thoughtful and intentional steps to enhance its restaurant experience with a safety-first mindset. Each restaurant takes great pride in exceptional food safety and enhanced safe service standards in accordance with CDC, FDA and local and state guidelines, which include a heightened focus on sanitation and disinfection, team member health and hygiene and social distancing. Details on Applebee’s safety-first dining experience can be found at Applebees.com/safety. To find your local restaurant, visit Applebees.com/restaurants.

For even more exclusive deals and specials, guests can sign-up for Applebee’s E-Club to be a part of the neighborhood. Join Applebee’s E-Club today and receive a welcome offer.

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