On Thursday, July 23, 2015, a number of convenience stores participated in National Hot Dog Day. In celebration of this grilled American classic, quick-service restaurants and convenience stores across the nation offered hot dogs at discounted prices, and in some cases even for free.
According to a report by ABC 13 Eyewitness News, gas station and convenience store chains across the country are offered hot dogs for $1 or less for hot dog day, and some even extended the celebration providing hot dog deals all week long.
Select 7-Eleven stores offered up their Quarter Pound Big Bite hot dog for just $1 and Pilot Flying J posted a coupon for $1 hot dogs on their social media sites.
From 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., select Kangaroo Express locations sold hot dogs for a just 50 cents apiece! In addition to this amazing deal, military members received free hot dogs when they showed ID.
Among the stores offering free hotdogs was RaceTrac. This chain sent out printable coupons, valid through July 31, to its customers.