We’re always looking for free and cheap things to do in Las Vegas. One of the best ways to find freebies is to visit Las Vegas on your birthday. The homogenization of the city with chain shops and restaurants is often frowned upon. However, these stores bring national promotions. Thanks to the large scale of these businesses, they can offer more freebies than an independently owned store.
You can find birthday freebies all over Las Vegas but chances are that you’ll be in one of the tourist corridors of the Vegas Strip and downtown Las Vegas. There are more than a few options to eat all day on your birthday without spending a penny. Some of the deals are so good that you can feed your friends for free too. Remember, sharing is caring.
Before I get started, I’ll tell you that you’ll probably have to sign up for the loyalty club and bring your card to each establishment to receive your freebie in Las Vegas. Additionally, you may have to buy another item as part of your meal. Check specific restaurants for details.
IHop near Stratosphere – Free meal
Denny’s at Casino Royale (and other locations) – Free Grand Slam breakfast
Grimaldi’s at The Palazzo – Free large 1 item pizza.
Chart House at Golden Nugget – $25 of free Food
Grimaldi’s at The Palazzo – Free large 1 item pizza.
Chart House at Golden Nugget – $25 of free Food
Texas De Brazil at Town Square – Free dinner
Ben & Jerry’s at New York New York, Stratosphere, etc. – Free ice cream
Cold Stone Creamery at Excalibur – BOGO ice cream
Johnny Rockets at The Venetian – Free single scoop sundae
Krispy Kreme at Circus Circus or Excalibur – Free donut
Outback Steakhouse at Casino Royale – Free dessert with dinner purchase
Dunkin Donuts at Fremont Hotel – Free medium drink
Starbucks at Golden Nugget, Stratosphere, The Mirage, etc. – Free drink
You can find more freebies around Las Vegas here. Many of the burger chains offer free children’s meals if you happen to be traveling with the whole family. I think you might be able to make a fun game visiting every Starbucks on the Vegas Strip for your birthday. I wouldn’t recommend bringing a flask for your frozen drinks but I’ve heard worse ideas.


Marc Meltzer covers Las Vegas, gaming and men’s lifestyle for various outlets. Check out his blog at Edge Vegas.
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