Today Is IHOP Free Pancake Day — Here’s How to Celebrate

fork holding short stack of pancakes with syrup dripping for National Pancake Day
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For IHOP, March 12 isn’t just any old Tuesday: It’s IHOP Free Pancake Day. IHOP has been celebrating the annual event — which was previously known as National Pancake Day — since 2006, and buttermilk-loving breakfast aficionados have been celebrating right along with the chain.

Free pancakes are guaranteed at IHOP, but why stop there? You can score pancake-related discounts elsewhere, too.

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March 12 is Free Pancake Day at IHOP, but there are plenty of other ways to get in on the short-stack action. Grab your utensils and get ready for all the ways to save on Tuesday.

  • Bisquick: Use this coupon to take $0.50 off any 10.6-ounce or larger package of Bisquick. The coupon is good through the end of March.
  • IHOP: It’s impossible to talk about Pancake Day without mentioning IHOP. This year, like every year since 2006, IHOP is all about pancakes with a purpose. Visit any participating location between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. and you’ll get a free short stack of original buttermilk pancakes. In exchange, IHOP requests that you make a donation to one of several charities that benefit sick children.
  • Metro Diner: Kids under the age of 12 get to munch on some free pancakes today. Adults, you’re out of luck.
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On March 12, be sure to enjoy the most important meal of the day — and maybe do a little good — with a short stack on IHOP Free Pancake Day.

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