Restaurant offering free burgers for a year… with a catch
Restaurants offer freebies fairly often, but this one is asking you to make a permanent commitment to reap the reward.
A California-based restaurant chain is offering free burgers for a year to anyone who gets a permanent tattoo — offered for free — bearing the restaurants name.
Farmer Boys has teamed up with The Honorable Society and Las Vegas’ Rockin’ Ink Tattoo for the promotion that is celebrating the chain’s 40th anniversary.
People who want to participate must fill out a form online by May 21 to schedule an appointment. They must be 18 years or older.
Farmer Boys enthusiasts can choose from three permanent color designs measuring 2 inches by 2 inches.
Farmer Boys posted on Instagram that, “Due to the sheer volume of request, not all who send a query will receive an appointment.”
If you’re not down with the commitment, the restaurant chain is also offering free temporary tattoos with all in-store purchases. If you share the temporary tattoo on social media, you’ll be entered to win a free burger, according an Instagram post by the restaurant.
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