Kids Eat Free at IHOP® April 11-May 6


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IHOP®  restaurants are making it easier — and more affordable — for families to spend dinner time together. From April 11 through May 6, from 4-10 p.m., with every purchase of one adult entrée, one child 12 and under will receive an entrée from the “Just for Kids” menu absolutely free*. All "Just for Kids" menu items are 600 calories or less, so you can still provide your kids with healthy meals with the convenience of eating out.

*Valid April 11-May 6, 2016.  Receive one free kids’ entrée with each adult entrée purchase. Free entrée valid for kids 12 and under on “Just for Kids” menu items, for a limited time at participating locations. Drinks not included unless otherwise specified.  Not valid with any other discounts or coupons. Dine-in only. 

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