New Red Lobster deals highlight lobster, shrimp
Red Lobster is returning to some of the successful promotions it ran pre-COVID-19 in order to shore up slumping sales due to the pandemic.
The Orlando, Florida, U.S.A.-based restaurant chain is bringing back Daily Deals – previously available only during certain hours on weekdays – to run all day, every weekday.
Last week, Red Lobster also ran a week-long promotion to celebrate National Lobster Day on 25 September. From 21 to 25 September, guests received 15 percent off Red Lobster’s Lobster Lover’s Dream entrée, which includes roasted rock lobster tail, butter-poached Maine lobster tail, and lobster-and-shrimp linguini alfredo.
Red Lobster’s new Daily Deals include Ultimate Endless Shrimp Monday, in which customers can mix and match Red Lobster's shrimp dishes endlessly for USD 17.99 (EUR 15.35).
Available shrimp dishes include: Parrot Isle Jumbo Coconut Shrimp, Walt's Favorite Shrimp, Garlic Shrimp Scampi, and Wood-Grilled Shrimp Skewers. All are served with a choice of side.
On Tuesdays, Red Lobster is offering a Two for Tuesday special.
“Invite a plus one to enjoy two Lobster, Shrimp and Salmon meals for USD 49.99 [EUR 43.00],” the restaurant chain said in press release. Each dish is served with a choice of two sides.
Whole Lobster Wednesday – which is only available for dine-in while supplies last – features a whole lobster for USD 22.99 (EUR 20.00). It is served with a choice of two sides.
For Throwback Thursday, Red Lobster invites customers to be “transported back to the good old days with Walt's Favorite Shrimp and a fountain beverage for USD 12.99 [EUR 11.00].” The dish is served with a choice of two sides.
On Fish Fry Friday, the restaurant chain is offering hand-battered, wild-caught cod served with fries and coleslaw for USD 11.99 (EUR 10.00).
“With a different deal on delicious seafood available each weekday, guests now have reason to celebrate during the school and work week,” Red Lobster said. “Whether it's to step out and enjoy a date night, or crack into an entire lobster just because, guests can enjoy the ultimate seafood dining experience without breaking the bank."
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