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I'd like to start a thread centered on what businesses and restaurants offer customers on their birthday. In the states, there are numerous offers that can be had.
To start, I was at Outback Steakhouse for my birthday and was given a free Chocolate Thunder from Down Under dessert, which normally costs 280nt. I also know that if you sign up online with Gordon Biersch, they send you a coupon for a buy one get one free entree. They might also offer a free draft beer, but I can't recall exactly.
If you know of any other offers, please post it here so we can all take advantage on our birthdays!
- Shoe-wielding Legislator (huīwǔ xiézi de lìfǎ wěiyuán)
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I've been to both Swensens and TGIFridays in Taipei on birthdays and told the servers so. Got free decent size ice cream sundaes.
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