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Restaurants offer 'ugly sweater' deals for the holiday season

Tim Hortons is handing out prizes through their social media campaign (PHOTO: Tim Hortons website) Tim Hortons is handing out prizes through their social media campaign (PHOTO: Tim Hortons website)
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Some restaurants are taking part in the ugly holiday sweater fad, allowing customers who dress the part to get deals on food. 

From Dec. 9-11, The Melting Pot of Cincinnati is offering a four-course meal for $27.95 for those who dress in their tackiest sweater. Foodies who don't have an ugly sweater can get a three-course meal for that price (but you miss the best part, dessert)! 

On Dec. 10, participating Red Robin restaurants nationwide are hosting the "World's Largest Ugly Sweater Party." As part of the celebration, guests decked out in their ugliest sweater can get a free appetizer with purchase. Make sure to post your tacky outfit on social media using the hashtag #RRUglySweater.  

Throughout the holiday season Tim Hortons is showing off their Tim's Tacky Sweater social media campaign. Throughout the month of December, the bakery is inviting fans to share their tacky sweaters on social media using #TimsTackySweater. As a reward, Tim Hortons will be handing out surprise prize packs to lucky winners. 

As always, make sure you call your local location to see if they are participating in these deals. 

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