Sometimes the last thing you want to do is come home from work and cook a meal — or pack your lunch for the next day. Fortunately, you don’t have to go broke eating at a restaurant or ordering takeout.
There are a lot of affordable dining options if you’re searching for “good cheap food near me.”
Check out this list of cheap eats:
- Cheapest places to eat nearby
- Fast food restaurants that take EBT
- Convenience store cheap eats
- Where to get free or cheap groceries
Cheapest places to eat “near me”
These are some restaurants with locations across the country where you can get the best deals on food. Note that these promotions may not be valid at all locations:
To get the best cheap eats, stick with the 2 for $20 menu (available for dine-in, carryout, and delivery where available). You can get two entrees and one appetizer for $20.
You can also get half off select appetizers from 3-6 p.m. and from 9 p.m. to close at participating locations. The kids’ menu features multiple items under $6, and side dishes are often $5 or less.
Buffalo Wild Wings
At Buffalo Wild Wings, you can get a buy-one-get-one deal on traditional wings on Tuesdays and boneless wings on Thursdays when you purchase the same style of wings of equal or lesser value.
At participating locations, you can also get drinks and appetizers for $3-$6 between 3 and 6 p.m., Monday through Friday.
The home of the Whopper has a value menu with sandwiches, drinks, fries and desserts starting at $1. Some Burger King restaurants offer a $5 snack box that includes a cheeseburger, eight chicken nuggets, small fries, and a small soft drink.
You can also find coupons for free or discounted menu items through the Burger King app or on the Burger King website. Printed coupons also appear in newspapers and mailers.
Some Burger King locations in states that participate in the RMP accept EBT from eligible SNAP recipients.
If you sign up for Chili’s rewards and purchase a regular entree, you’ll get a free kids’ meal for a child 12 and under. Chili’s also offers a 3 for Me menu that starts as low as $10.99 and includes a drink, appetizer, and entree.
Chipotle fast casual restaurant
Chipotle meal portions are so large that you can easily divide one meal into two. Meals include rice and multiple protein options like beans, meat, and soy protein on your choice of salad, burrito bowl, tacos, or traditional burrito.
If you prefer, you can get a single or double serving of meat — the chicken and sofritas have the least expensive upcharge for a double portion. Guacamole is free if you order a vegetarian dish, though it does have an upcharge of $1.95 otherwise.
You can also get extra tortillas on the side at only 50 cents each. Chips and salsa are less than $3.
The Dominos Mix & Match Deal allows you to choose two or more options from a list of entrees, appetizers, and desserts that are each $6.99 or less. Some stores have a daily $7.99 carryout deal where you can choose a three-topping pizza, oven baked dip with twists, or wings.
Visit the Dominos website or app to see which deals are currently available at your nearest location.
Starting at 3 p.m. at participating locations, IHOP offers a reduced-price menu, with entrees starting at $6. Plus, menu items on the 55+ and kids menus are under $10 all day.
When you sign up for Jimmy John’s Freaky Fast Rewards program, you can get a free sandwich after your first purchase. You’ll also regularly be alerted to deals and be able to earn points toward more free food.
At participating stores, you can also buy a 16-inch French bread loaf for just a few dollars (my location listed $3.50), which you can use to make your own sandwiches at home.
McDonald’s has long been known as an affordable fast food option. They frequently run deals like two sandwiches for one price, or buy one get one for $1. But there’s also a value menu with breakfast/lunch/dinner items for $1, $2, or $3.
For a more filling meal, try food hacks with the value menu like:
- Buy a breakfast sandwich and add a hash brown in between
- Buy a McDouble, but request an extra bun and make two sandwiches
- Add a large drink (all sizes cost $1) to any meal
If you want a smaller portion, you can ask for a Happy Meal. For less than $5, you can get a hamburger or chicken nuggets, fries, apple slices, and a drink.
Participating McDonald’s locations in RMP states accept EBT from eligible SNAP recipients.
When you dine in, Olive Garden offers unlimited salad and breadsticks when you purchase an entree. They also run specials like the Never-Ending Pasta Bowl and offer lunches starting at $7.99 if you’re searching for cheapest lunch “near me.”
If you’re getting takeout, you can choose between three classic entrees for $6 with the purchase of one regular priced entree. These are:
- Fettuccine alfredo
- Five cheese ziti al forno
- Spaghetti with meat Sauce*
When you order a burger or entree at Red Robin, you get all-you-can-eat steak fries, kettle chips, sweet potato fries, garlic fries, broccoli, or salad. The restaurant chain also has a lower-priced line of Tavern burgers to help you save money.
During happy hour — Monday through Friday from 3-6 p.m. — you can get 50% off select appetizers, milkshakes, and drinks.
Every Tuesday after 5 p.m., Sonic offers half-price cheeseburgers if you order online or through the Sonic app. You can also get half price drinks/slushies through the app/website. Text DRIVEIN to 876642 to receive texts from Sonic with current promotions and deals.
Taco Bell offers multiple menu items for $5 or less, like the Classic Combo that includes a taco, burrito, a side like chips or cinnamon twists, and a large drink.
The menu is vast and includes vegetarian options, bowls, tacos, burritos, and other food items, many of which are $5 and under. Taco Bell, like many fast-food restaurants, also has a value menu with menu items ranging from $1-$5.
Some Taco Bell locations in RMP states accept EBT from eligible SNAP recipients.
Fast food restaurants that take EBT
The Restaurant Meals Program (RMP) makes it possible for some EBT users to buy prepared meals at certain fast food restaurants. According to the USDA, this program is active in seven states:
- Illinois (only in Cook and Franklin Counties)
- Rhode Island (only in Providence and Washington Counties)
If you have Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, are 60 or older, live in an RMP state, and don’t have a way to store or prepare food, you may be eligible.
Restaurants vary by state. Here is a list of some of the major fast food restaurants that accept EBT under the RMP (not every location participates, so check before going):
- Carl’s Jr.
- Church’s Chicken
- El Pollo Loco
- Firehouse Subs
- Jack in the Box
Some fast food spots not affiliated with the RMP may also accept EBT. It’s best to call ahead and ask if you are not sure.
Cheap eats “near me” at convenience stores
Convenience stores and gas stations are great places to find cheap eats, and many offer rewards programs. Here are some examples of food you can get at your local convenience store:
7-Eleven has hot foods like pizza and wings but also healthier options like fruit and salads. While prices are competitive with other convenience stores, you can unlock lower food prices when you sign up for the 7Rewards loyalty program.
Menu items vary, but most Circle K locations have hot food like breakfast burritos, hot dogs, and pizza and healthier choices like wraps and prepared salads. All items are grab and go.
If you want a hot prepared meal, Sheetz makes food when you order it, 24/7. Its menu includes:
- Breakfast items (sandwiches, burritos, hash browns, waffles, french toast sticks)
- Lunch/dinner sandwiches, wraps, subs, and burgers
- French fries, tater tots
- Other fried appetizers
- Hot dogs
They also offer grab-and-go cheap eats, including refrigerated wraps, salads, and sandwiches.
The main option at Royal Farms is fried chicken, but they also offer sandwiches, subs, burgers, and breakfast/lunch bowls at reasonable prices. There are lots of filling options for $10 or less.
Wawa has prepared foods and options that are made to order. You have a ton of options to customize your meal like toppings and sauces. Wawa serve:
- Snacks like fruit and cheese boxes or soft pretzels
Cheapest food “near me”
If you’re searching for the cheapest food “near me,” these are some viable options:
Food pantries and food banks
If you are struggling to pay for food for yourself and your family, food pantries and food banks are a great place to start.
A lot of food banks will give you free food with no questions asked, but some may require you to fill out paperwork or provide an ID.
If you need long-term help, there are many resources available, from government assistance to community organizations. Check out our post on how to get free food, groceries, and meals, plus more resources for low-income individuals:
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Lots of grocery stores offer hot meals or grab-and-go options at an affordable cost. And if you have EBT, it’s good to know that you can buy food at your local grocery store. However, EBT benefits are not accepted for hot or prepared foods like rotisserie chicken or freshly made deli sandwiches.
Check out this video for tips on drastically slashing your grocery bill:
Membership warehouses (Sam’s Costco BJs)
If you have a membership to places like Costco, Sam’s Club, or BJ’s, you can grab one of the cheapest lunches around. All warehouses have menu items that are $5 or less. Portions are big and often include a beverage. You can expect to pay $3 or less for a large hot dog or slice of pizza and a drink.
If you live near an IKEA, it may be worth it to become an IKEA Family member (it’s free to sign up) and enjoy these weekly specials Monday through Thursday:
- Monday – Veggie and Plant Ball plates, $3
- Tuesday through Thursday – $2 off meatball plates from 3-5 p.m.
- Wednesday – Purchase one adult entree, and get two kids’ entrees free
- Thursday – Buy one adult entree, and get a second for 50% off (equal or lesser value)
Food app rewards
When you download a food app, you can expect a sign-up reward like free food or drinks. When you keep making purchases, you’ll earn points toward discounted or free menu items.
Here are a few popular options to check out:
Here are a few convenience stores that offer food rewards:
7-11 free drink or snack when register for 7REWARDS
When you sign up for 7REWARDS, you can begin earning points to exchange for free food items. When you present the app in store or connect it with 7NOW Delivery, you can earn points on food, beverages, snacks, and convenience items.
Every 1,000 points equals $1. Earn five times the points when you use 7-Eleven Wallet, a way for you to pay through the 7-Eleven app. Just link a credit or debit card to the app or add cash at the register. As long as you use the 7-Eleven app, redeem points, or make an in-store purchase once every 90 days, your points won't expire.
Sheetz free beverage or snack with 250 rewards points
Sign up for a free Sheetz Rewardz account, and earn five points for every dollar you spend in-store. You can get a fountain drink, self-serve Sheetz Bros. coffee, or a Shweetz donut or cookie when you hit 250 points.
The more points you earn, the higher your rewards level. Higher levels unlock more free food. Unused points expire one year from the month you earned them.
Free drinks and meals with ROFO Rewards
The Royal Farms Rewards program gives you a free two-piece chicken meal on your birthday. Plus, you can earn two points for every dollar you spend in-store and one point per gallon when you buy gas. You can exchange the points for food, snacks, and beverages.
There are four point tiers: 50, 125, 250, and 400. At each tier, you can cash out points to get free food and beverages. You can track your rewards in the ROFO app. When you earn points in any given month, you have one year to use them.
Who doesn’t love free food? You’d be surprised how many restaurants and fast food establishments offer free food when you sign up for their rewards or loyalty programs.
Here are a few examples:
Chili’s, free chips & salsa with rewards program
As a My Chili’s Rewards member, you’ll get free chips and salsa or a non-alcoholic beverage every time you dine in and spend at least $5. You’ll also score a free birthday dessert and other free food items just for being an active member.
Jimmy Johns, free sandwich after first order with Freaky Fast Rewards
Join Jimmy John’s Freaky Fast Rewards, and you’ll get a free 8-inch sandwich after you place an order as a member online or through the app. You can also earn free food rewards just for buying menu items you enjoy.
Panera Bread, free pastry for signing up for MyPanera Rewards (and free drinks through July 4th)
As a new MyPanera rewards member, you’ll get a free pastry or bagel (up to $4.59 in value) with any online or in-cafe purchase. The reward expires within 60 days of being credited to your MyPanera account. You’ll also get a surprise treat for your birthday and earn points toward free food, including surprise offers like free bagels for a month.
McDonald’s, free Big Mac when download app and free offers
When you download the MyMcDonald’s Rewards app and join, you’ll earn a free large fries (food item subject to change). After your first purchase, you can earn more free food rewards every time you eat at McDonalds. Link your payment card, use it to make a purchase, and earn 1500 bonus points to get a free cheeseburger, McChicken, hash browns, or vanilla cone.
Checkers/Rally’s, free Mother Cruncher or Big Buford when sign up for rewards
Checkers and Rally’s will give you 250 rewards points when you sign up and make your first purchase. You can earn more points with each purchase. When you reach 400 points, you get a $5 reward to purchase free food.
Baskin-Robbins, get a free scoop of ice cream when you download app and sign up for mobile deals
Get a free regular-sized scoop of your favorite Baskin-Robbins ice cream when you download the app and sign up for text message deals.
Quiznos, get $5 off first app order and get a free 8” sub when you invite friends and they sign up for app
Download the Quiznos loyalty app and get $5 off on your first order in the app. Enjoy a BOGO deal on your birthday on 8-inch subs. And, if you refer a friend, you’ll get a free 8-inch sub when they sign up and use the app. Earn points for more free food in the app.
Krispy Kreme, get a free doughnut when sign up for rewards program
Get a free doughnut when you sign up for Krispy Kreme Rewards. Every doughnut and coffee purchase helps you earn free treats. Also, receive special perks only available to members. You must redeem any reward within 90 days of earning it.
Free meals for birthdays
Want a free meal or treat on your birthday? There are a lot of restaurants that want to make sure you get one. Simply sign up for their rewards program and include your birthday on your customer profile.
Here are a few places that offer free birthday meals, desserts, or treats:
- Bonefish Grill
- Buffalo Wild Wings
- California Pizza Kitchen
- Chevys Fresh Mex
- Einstein Bros. Bagels
- Firehouse Subs
- Jersey Mike’s
- Jimmy John’s
- Johnny Rockets
- P.F. Chang’s
- Red Robin
- Waffle House
Free meals for veterans
If you are a veteran you’ll find that restaurants offer free food and deals on Veterans Day.
Every year on November 11, veterans can get a free or discounted meal at multiple restaurants.
Here’s a complete list from Military.com.
Tips on how to make the most of your cheap eats
- Do your research: Ask your friends and family about affordable places to eat, search the internet, and check sites like TripAdvisor. A quick Google search of “Tripadvisor cheap eats near me” will give you a list of places you can go, as well as reviews from other diners.
- Keep it simple: The more add-ons you choose for a meal, the higher the price.
- Split a meal: Some restaurants have huge portions. If the restaurant allows, order one meal and ask for an additional plate so you can split it. Some places charge extra for splitting a meal, so call and ask before you go.
- Look for discounts: Some restaurants offer lower-priced options for kids and seniors or have discounted foods if you visit on certain days.
- Check the app: Check for a restaurant app. You can usually get a sign-up bonus like a free appetizer or meal, plus discounts or points you can earn toward free food.
- Choose the kids’ meal: Most kids’ meals include an entree, side, snack, and a drink. Sometimes, the sandwich sizes are the same as regular menu items.
- Fill out the surveys: If your receipt has a survey, you can complete it to get free menu items or discounts.
- Wait for happy hour: Typically sports bars offer low-priced drinks and appetizers or small bites for a set time, generally between 3 and 6 p.m.
- Ask if kids eat free: Some places offer a free kids meal with the purchase of a regular entree. It’s easy to call and find out.
- Look for unlimited toppings: When you choose a place, look for options that offer unlimited toppings to help you build a large portion. For example, many build-your-own pizza or salad places offer this (Like Blaze Pizza or Nalley Fresh).
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- A boiled egg, brown rice, and raisins with milk.
- Whole wheat pancakes and a side of fruit or juice.
- Oatmeal pancakes and applesauce.
- Scrambled egg, toast and juice.
- Hash browns, eggs, and fruit.
- A green smoothie with a side of toast.
- A muffin with a side of banana and yogurt.
So for the freshest meal, come between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. or between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. More people are in the restaurant then, so we're cooking and serving new food constantly. These are the worst meals you could order at a restaurant, by the way.What is the most popular night to eat out? ›
Thursday: The most predictable night of the week for a restaurant as business tends to be consistently medium-busy. In addition, Thursday night diners tend to be experienced and frequent diners, so the best servers gravitate to this night as well.What's the slowest month for restaurants? ›
The slowest months for restaurants are typically between January and February, after the holidays. However, some restaurants may experience slow periods during the summer months, depending on their location.What to do when you can't afford food? ›
If you need food today
Your local food bank can help you find food today. They partner with food pantries, soup kitchens, and meal programs in your local community to give away free food. Enter your zip code to find the food bank partnering with Feeding America.
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Is It Cheaper to Cook or Eat Out? For those who want a quick and easy answer: It's generally cheaper to cook food at home than eat out.What happens if you go to a restaurant and don't have money? ›
Sometimes, restaurants will ask for collateral—like your phone or ID—to ensure your return. Some places will call law enforcement to record your information before you leave; but as long as you reappear with valid payment in a timely manner, you probably won't be charged with any wrongdoing.What is the poor man's meal? ›
Potatoes were also inexpensive and used extensively. Some meals even used both. One of these meals was called the Poor Man's Meal. It combined potatoes, onions, and hot dogs into one hearty, inexpensive dish, which was perfect for the hard times people had fallen on.How can I eat under $4 a day? ›
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- Breakfast: Cheerios with milk and a banana, plus the free coffee I get from my office.
- Mid-morning snack: Granola bar or orange.
- Lunch: Whole wheat pasta dressed up with butter and salt.
- Dinner: Fried eggs, a side of rice, and a glass of milk.
- Brown rice.
- Cans or packets of chicken or tuna.
- Dried beans and lentils.
- Frozen chicken breasts.
- Frozen or canned fruit (in its own juice or light syrup).
- Frozen vegetables.
- Low-fat dairy like cottage cheese.
Fortunately for you, Mondays and Tuesdays are reported to be the slowest days for fast-food restaurants. In comparison, the weekend, usually Saturday and Sunday, are said to be the two busiest days to visit a fast-food restaurant.What time is best to eat to lose weight fast? ›
That's according to research published today in JAMA Internal Medicine that found that early time-restricted eating for a period of 8 hours between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m. led to more effective weight loss, blood pressure control, and mood improvement in adults with obesity when compared with a group who ate in an eating ...How long can fast food sit before eating? ›
Bacteria grow rapidly between 40 and 140 °F. Discard all perishable foods such as meat, poultry, eggs, and casseroles, left at room temperature longer than 2 hours; 1 hour in temperatures above 90 °F.
Winner winner, chicken dinner. But there's not just one way to cook it…. The United States covers some 3.8 million square miles. Turns out our taste in food ranges far and wide, too.What age group is most likely to eat out? ›
In adults, eating meals out once per week or more was most common in the youngest age groups (19–29 years), with significantly more participants in this group (41.0%) eating meals out once per week or more than in other groups (20.1%-27.6%) in unadjusted and mutually adjusted analyses.What are the best days to go to a restaurant? ›
Why is Tuesday is the best day of the week to eat at a restaurant? "Generally speaking, the good stuff comes in on Tuesday: the seafood is fresh, the supply of prepared food is new, and the chef, presumably, is relaxed after his day off. (Most chefs don't work on Monday.)What are the best days for restaurants? ›
According to two decades of research from the National Restaurant Association (NRA), Mother's Day remains the top holiday for dining out followed by Valentine's Day, Father's Day, New Year's Eve, and Easter.What day of the week is best to close restaurant? ›
Increasing Profit Margins
Often, restaurants spend more money keeping open on Mondays than they take in from customers. For example, payroll is typically a restaurant's most considerable operating expense. Closing on Monday is an excellent way of offsetting the lost revenue from poor customer sales receipts.
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Chick-fil-A has slightly lower prices on nuggets and fries when compared to McDonald's. McDonald's, however, offers a dollar menu that allows customers to get a wide variety of food for around one dollar per item. So when it comes to the overall price, McDonald's is the better choice.
McDonald's new dollar menu has $1, $2, and $3 tiers, while Taco Bell's menu items are $1 across the board. Both menus have pretty fantastic deals, but in the end, Taco Bell's is the best value.Which fast food chain has the cheapest nuggets? ›
The chicken nuggets at Wendy's won out with their crispy coating, juicy chicken, and balanced flavor. At around 40 cents a nugget, they were also the best value.What is the lowest food chain? ›
Producers, who make their own food using photosynthesis or chemosynthesis, make up the bottom of the trophic pyramid. Primary consumers, mostly herbivores, exist at the next level, and secondary and tertiary consumers, omnivores and carnivores, follow.What is the lowest paying Chick-fil-A? ›
Average Chick-fil-A hourly pay ranges from approximately $11.14 per hour for Lot Attendant to $21.86 per hour for House Manager. The average Chick-fil-A salary ranges from approximately $31,401 per year for Talent Coordinator to $125,000 per year for Chief Operating Officer.Which is cheaper Chick-fil-A or Popeyes? ›
They're similar in price: Popeyes is $3.99; Chick-fil-A is $4.29. So how could one be so much better than the other? We enlisted the help of some real-life chefs at Syracuse University's Department of Nutrition and Food Studies to find out which chain restaurant made the best fried chicken sandwich.How much does the average person spend at Chick-fil-A? ›
The average Chick-fil-A customer spends $15.91 per trip to the chicken chain, buying five items per trip. They make just 11 trips to Chick-fil-A each year, and they're most likely to buy lemonade, french fries, milkshakes, chicken tenders, and soda.What is the least ordered item at McDonald's? ›
It's hot tea. The supervisor says it is the least-ordered item on the menu at their locations. He confessed in a viral TikTok video that he's never even sold the drink himself. More than 5-million people watched his video before it was changed to a private video.Why is McDonald meat so cheap? ›
Because McDonald's buys so much food, any supplier would want their business. Therefore, these businesses offer the fast food giant steep discounts on products. They are essentially buying the ingredients they need at wholesale prices.Who has 24 nuggets for $10? ›
24 Nuggets for $10 is back, with four awesomesauce dips to go with it 🤤Because good things DO happen to good people. This offer isn't everywhere and not forever. Because the Colonel said so.How much does 50 nuggets cost? ›
All in all, in 2022, 50 Chicken Nuggets at McDonalds costs $13.48 in the United States. Thank you McDonalds for giving us such low prices. We really owe you one. McDonald's menu prices stay the same depending on whether or not you're ordering regular Chicken McNuggets or Spicy Chicken Nuggets.
40-Piece McNuggets: $12.99; $0.32/nugget.What is #1 on the food chain? ›
Trophic Levels: The trophic level of an organism is the position it holds in a food chain. 1. Primary producers (organisms that make their own food from sunlight and/or chemical energy from deep sea vents) are the base of every food chain - these organisms are called autotrophs.Where do humans lie in the food chain? ›
At the top of the scale are meat-eaters that don't have any predators themselves, such as polar bears and orca whales. Instead, we sit somewhere between pigs and anchovies, scientists reported recently. That puts us right in the middle of the chain, with polar bears and orca whales occupying the highest position.What animal is highest on the food chain? ›
But the true ruler of the sea is the killer whale. Killer whales are apex predators, which means they have no natural predators. They hunt in packs, much like wolves, which are also at the top of their food chain.