dealsfree bloomin' onion today with any purchase at…

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LOL You beat me by a minute - I deleted my deal. Love this bloomin' onion. You might consider ordering the 4 course meal for $15, soup, salad, entree & dessert.

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Is there a deal for free antacid to go along with this deal?

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@fret0426: https://prilosecotc.hostedwebform.com/?src=PKI8aeEh&id=029

You really should see a doctor, though. You may have GERD, which can lead to other problems (Barrett's esophagus, esophageal cancer, etc.).

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You should also probably note that this offer is conditional:

" IF Ryan, #39 Chevy driver, places in the top 10,
get a *FREE Bloomin’ Onion® with any purchase
the Monday after that Sprint Cup race."

Also, do not sign up for notify because in small print on the bottom, it says:

"... you are opting in to future communications via text message from Outback Steakhouse from short code 27438. Msg & Data rates may apply. Charges may occur until opted out...." !!!

I see they have found ways to exploit people on the internet now, how nice of them.

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@fret0426: I found this herbal book called "Herbs for Health and Healing" by Kathi Keville and it says, "What does help are herbs that decrease stomach acid: licorice root, meadowsweet, chamomile and lemon. You might also take herbs that absorb excess acid: slippery elm, marshmallow, flax and fenugreek seeds. Since the malic and tartaric acids in carrots and apples also neutralize stomach acid, I like to combine the juices of these vegetables with the herbs to make an extra-tasty tea. Clinical studies have shown the chamomile, marshmallow, licorice [root], slippery elm, calendula, garlic, wild yam and Saint-John's-wort to protect the stomach from its own acid and also reduce inflammation and infection of the lining."

This book has been amazing for me and maybe this will help a little or at least an interesting bit of information

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@pcm1289: Just checked and Ryan Newman finished in 5th place so the offer is good. Yum Yum for a Bloomin' Onion! ;->

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I got a soup of the day for $3 and this last time and they weren't happy about it. It just says with purchase though!

edit: They don't travel well if you get it to go.

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"a single blooming onion with dressing contains approximately 3,000 calories and 134 grams of fat"

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blooming_onion

*Yes, I know source is Wikipedia, but I'm too lazy to find something more solid.