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Applebee’s Revives “All You Can Eat” Menu Option, Triggering Enthusiastic Customer Reactions

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Applebee’s delighted fans by reintroducing an “all you can eat” menu for 2024, offering Unlimited Boneless Wings, Riblets, or Double Crunch Shrimp for $14.99 at various locations, as stated in a company press release.

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Menu Offering and Pricing

The chain’s dine-in menu now boasts this tempting deal, mirroring similar promotions by Denny’s and Olive Garden, though prices may differ across locations.

Online and takeout orders don’t qualify for this unlimited offer, prompting eager customers to flock to Applebee’s for a taste of the special.

While the menu specifies a limited-time availability, the exact duration remains uncertain, with no clarity on when the offer will end.

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Customer Reactions and Commentary

Customers took to social media platforms, especially Reddit, to share their excitement and thoughts on the deal, labeling it an “epidemic” of excitement.

Some customers expressed concerns about service quality, sharing past experiences of slow service impacting their ability to enjoy the unlimited menu fully.

Others offered suggestions like sitting at the bar for better service or strategies to ensure prompt refills, emphasizing the potential savings despite variable service experiences.

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