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Good Noodles: Your Coupon is Here!

June 01, 2017

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Is your name Bill? Will? Billiam? Good news! This week’s coupon is made just for you. For this weekend only, use this code to get $2 off a Bill.

Don’t know any Bills? That’s OK because this code is good for $2 off Bobs, Yolandas, and even Carls (but NOT DAVES). Basically, if you have a name (except Dave), you can use this code for extra whip cream on your milkshake with our app that loves your name.

Coupon code: billiam24

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Want free dinner? From now until 6/15, write your best Dad Joke on our Facebook page or tag @Eat24 in your Dad Joke on Twitter with hashtag #DadJoke for a chance to win $100 (that’s a lot of noodles).**

You’re the Bill-stopher to our Bill-ffany.

Love,
Eat24

*This is the last part of the email. All good things come to an end, but at least we end it with fine print aka dessert. It’s short, sweet, and nutritionally empty (unless you’re one of those saintly people who eat fruit for dessert.) When choosing a dessert, chocolate is a no-brainer, strawberry rules our childhood, but let’s not forget the unsung hero of flavors: vanilla. We love vanilla custard, vanilla frosting, vanilla wafers, vanilla ice cream, and French vanilla ice cream because the black specks somehow make it taste extra good and worth $1 more. Is this metaphor still working for you? Here comes the legal whipped cream: This $2 coupon expires on Sunday, June 4th 2017 at 11:59PM Pacific Time. You must have a Yelp Eat24 account to use our code, which can only be used once on an order with a total over $10 before tax and tip when paying with Credit Card, Apple Pay, Android Pay, or PayPal. The coupon is valid only on Eat24.com or the Yelp Eat24 app. One more bite.

**Official Dad Joke rules: Winners will be selected by a bunch of Dads (trying to be cool with fidget spinners) who will review each submission and pick their favorites based on which ones make them laugh the hardest. Be sure to submit your entry on or before 6/15/2017. Limited to US residents only who are 18 years and older. Not valid where prohibited. More info.

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