Here's Where to Get Free Fries on National French Fry Day

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14 July, 2017

From traditional French fries to waffle fries, hot fries to curly fries - and who could forget about loaded chili cheese fries?! Download the McD app and get an order of free medium fries Friday and every Friday through September 29 at participating McDonald's.

Locations around the country are offering deals in honor of today.

French fries might be the ideal food, particularly due to their customizability.

Arby's: Get a free small fries and a drink with the purchase of a brown sugar bacon sandwich. Plus, fries can be eaten at home with healthy plant-based burgers and make the ideal side dish to salads, bean dishes, or even eaten with dips and sauces.

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Dairy Queen - Select locations are charging just $1 for a small order of fries. Get two cheeseburgers, a small drink, and a small order of fries for that amount. You don't need a coupon to take advantage of this offer.

Today, the nation celebrates slicing and frying a potato.

"It's a great way for everybody to just really enjoy the crab fries like they always do, but everybody [should] get in on it".

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