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25 Lucky St. Patrick’s Day Deals + Printables

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March 17 is St. Patrick’s Day. Many Americans celebrate with food, drinks and a whole lot of green — but you don’t have to spend all your green to have a great time.

Since March 17 falls on a Wednesday this year, that means there are plenty of opportunities to get lucky with holiday-themed specials and freebies all week long.

Put on your good luck charm and take advantage of the many St. Patrick’s Day specials in your neighborhood or online from the list below:

St. Patrick’s Day Retail Specials

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If you need a new kilt or a new pint glass, make sure you’re getting it for a good deal! The stores below are offering discounts to keep the green in your pocket this St. Patty’s:

Lucca Dani: Get 15% off Celtic-themed rings and bracelets in the St. Patrick’s Day jewelry collection by Lucca Dani. There are also additional Lucca Dani coupons available online to bring even more savings.

Michaels: If you’re feeling crafty, head to Michaels and unlock 25% off regular-priced purchases after only having to submit your email address. You can pick up paints, a canvas, brushes and all the accessories to create your own magical scene. Also, check out the Michaels weekly ad page and look for Michaels coupons to find some super savings.

Party City: Get free same-day delivery on orders over $39. That means you can throw that last-minute shindig after all! Find some fun St. Patrick’s Day party decorations like leprechaun balloons and green table runners on their website.

Spencer’s: In years past, Spencer’s has offered a BOGO sale on St. Patrick’s Day items like kilts, mugs and a variety of other interesting accessories. Check out Spencer’s online store to see some hilarious and shocking stuff great for a few laughs.

Target: Get all your St. Patrick’s Day party decorations delivered for free when you spend $35 or more online at Target.com. Or, head in-store to check out their clothing collection for the perfect green get-up. Don’t forget your Target coupons!

If you’re shopping for someone else this St. Patty’s, consider adding a cute green-themed tag to go along with your gift. We’ve created a few fun ones for you to print out and attach.

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St. Patrick’s Day Food & Drink Specials

Corned beef and cabbage aren’t the only things being served up this St. Patrick’s Day! From bagels to beer, there are quite a few places that offer green-tinted versions of popular menu items as well as some traditional Irish dishes. Scroll through to see if any of the following places have an offer that tickles your fancy.

Applebee’s: In the past, St. Patrick’s Day has been celebrated with drink specials at Applebee’s. Last year they offered their Long Island cocktail with five different types of alcohol for $1 (!!) all March long.

Bruegger’s Bagels: Get your lucky day started with a green breakfast bagel from Bruegger’s. If you’re considering grabbing a few for friends or colleagues, consider preordering on the Breugger’s website so you can avoid waiting.

Buffalo Wild Wings: Get half price chicken wings from Buffalo Wild Wings when you order there or for take-out on March 17. Keep up-to-date with more food and drink specials on the B-Dubs Facebook page.

Chili’s: Luck comes in liquid form during March at Chili’s. Get a Jamison margarita for only $5 all month long at participating locations.

Cracker Barrel: For the second week of March, get your traditional Irish dinner plate of corned beef and cabbage from Cracker Barrel.

Dairy Queen: Buy a Blizzard, get one free during the week of St. Patrick’s Day at Dairy Queen. Check out Dairy Queen’s promo page to see more specials near you.

Firehouse Subs: Get double the reward points when you order a New York Steamer from Firehouse Subs. This specialty club is a delicious spin on the traditional corned beef brisket and can be served hot or cold.

Jack in the Box: Get 20% off when you order using your phone. You can also get free medium fries from Jack when you enter your email and phone number on their website.

McDonald’s: Satisfy your sweet tooth with McDonald’s famous Shamrock Shake. This creamy green dream is a St. Patrick’s Day classic and has been available for purchase in restaurants as early as mid-February in the past.

Papa John’s: In the past, Papa John’s and DoorDash paired up to offer free delivery for St. Patrick’s Day. You can also order directly from their website to use a coupon from Papa John’s.

St. Patrick’s Day Food Delivery Specials

Need some snacks but can’t leave to pick them up? Whether you’re hosting a party and can’t leave, or maybe you’ve had too many whiskey sours and can’t drive (no judgment), you’re in luck. Get food and drinks in a hurry without having to leave wherever you are by using your smartphone and using a delivery service to place your order.

DoorDash: In 2020 you could score free delivery by entering the code “LUCKY” at checkout. Find DoorDash online or on the App Store and subscribe to notifications to find out what the lucky code will be this year.

Drizly: Have liquor, beer or wine delivered straight to your place in under an hour with Drizly’s alcohol delivery service. Get $5 off your first purchase when you sign up for Drizly online or through the App Store. Don’t forget to order the ice! It must be your lucky day, here’s a Drizly coupon to get the party started.

GrubHub: Get $7 off your food delivery of $12 or more by using code “AFF7.” That means you could be paying only $5 for a serving of Colcannon Irish potatoes (or you can just get Burger King, we won’t judge).

Postmates: In the past, Postmates has paired up with well-known stores like Jamba Juice to offer holiday specials. Check the Postmates homepage on March 17 to see what they have to offer this year. Until then, new users can enter code “5CREDIT” for $5 off their next 5 orders.

UberEats: Those new on UberEats can download the app and get $25 off their delivery by entering the code “US25WELCOME” at checkout. Order anything from fast-food to a four-course meal delivered to your doorstep. You can check online for more UberEats coupons and codes for future orders.

St. Patrick’s Specials for Kids

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Make your wee lad or lassie’s day even luckier when you take them out for a sweet treat this March 17. Bring a blanket along and take your dessert to the park to look for four-leaf clovers and play other fun picnic games.

Have your kids get crafty and stay pinch-free by making their own 4-leaf clover crown to wear around. To bring some lucky green to your little one’s outfit, grab the green glitter glue and golden rhinestones and help them follow the instructions on this printable clover crown template.

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Baskin-Robbins: In previous years, Baskin-Robbins has offered free samples of a seasonal special like their mint chip n’ Oreo milkshake on St. Patrick’s Day! Head to a local shop or check the Baskin-Robbins website for updates on what they’re offering this year!

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.: With the purchase of an adult entree, kids could eat free in 2020. If you plan on eating a nice dinner out, find the closest Bubba Gump to you and take advantage of their family-friendly offer.

Crayola: Encourage your child’s creativity when you give them all the colors of the rainbow with a new set of crayons or markers. Save some green and get 10% off by using a Crayola coupon.

Krispy Kreme: In 2020, Krispy Kreme turned their original donut glaze green. In fact, they turned all of their donuts green! There were chocolate donuts with green sprinkles, some with cookie crumble topping and green frosting, and even one filled with Irish Kreme and topped with gold flakes. Find your local Krispy Kreme and make your little one feel like the luckiest kid around.

Mrs. Fields: Get 17% off your order of Mrs. Fields’ famous cookies the week of the 17. Stop by the Mrs. Fields in your neighborhood and pick up a cookie (or 12…) to successfully satisfy even the sweetest of sweet tooths! Be sure to use a Mrs. Fields coupon for the next dozen you buy!

Other Budget-Friendly Ways to Celebrate St. Patty’s

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You can do more than eat clover-shaped cookies and drink green beer to celebrate this March 17. Here are a few other simple ways to observe St. Patrick’s Day without needing to borrow some green from a leprechaun.

Learn about Irish culture: Understand the significance of the shamrock and other interesting Irish facts this year by taking a moment to do a bit of research behind some St. Patrick’s Day traditions.

Make your own take on the corned beef plate: Maybe cabbage isn’t your thing. Try a new version of corned beef instead. Our favorite way to make it? Corned beef brisket on the Trager grill, of course.

Play a St. Patrick’s-themed game: Test your friends’ beer knowledge with a tasting game! Purchase a variety of different beers and print out these label covers to hide the brand name. Try to get canned beers so that the color of the drink doesn’t give any hints! See who can accurately guess each beer and see who gets lucked up the quickest.

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Practice your Irish slang: Watch this YouTube video to learn some Irish slang from Niall Horan. It’s not every day you can learn the meaning and how to properly pronounce words like “hape” and “bajanxed” from an Irish pop star.

Watch “Brave” on Disney+: Sit down with your little one and watch the story of Princess Merida of DunBroch with your little one. You will see that the only thing more fiery than Princess Merida’s hair is her personality. You can stream “Brave” from your TV or smartphone on Disney+.

St. Patrick’s Day is a lighthearted celebration to give us all an opportunity to appreciate Irish traditions and enjoy time eating, drinking and doing the jig. Whether you are busy typing away at work, discount shoe shopping with an Aldo’s coupon or enjoying some time alone at home, consider not just St. Patrick’s Day, but every day spent happy and healthy, a lucky one.

Sources: Applebee’s | Baskin Robbins | Breuggers | Britannica | Bubba Gumps | Buffalo Wild Wings | Chili’s | Cracker Barrel | Dairy Queen | Disney+ | DoorDash | Drizly | Firehouse Subs | GrubHub | Krispy Kreme | Trager | Jack in the Box | McDonald’s | Michael’s | Mrs. Fields | Party City | Postmates | Target | UberEats | YouTube

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