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Denny's Doubles Down on its Commitment to Value with New All Day Diner Deals Menu
With rising inflation and tightening budgets, Americans continue to seek relief and look to stretch their hard-earned dollars as far as possible, especially when it comes to mealtime. Today, Denny's announced a new value menu, featuring 10 delicious meal options perfect to enjoy any time of day or night starting at just $5.99.
With the launch of this new menu, Denny's raises the bar on what it means to serve quality meals at great prices.
"The time for value is now as more..."
Did Domino's® Just Launch an Inflation Relief Deal?
Hold onto your seats! Domino's stores nationwide are offering 20% off all menu-priced items ordered online.
"It's no surprise that prices are up on nearly everything, from milk to eggs, gas and even delivery services," said Joe Jordan, Domino's president of U.S. and global services. "Nobody has been spared from inflation, including restaurants. We want to give customers a break, as they've been emptying their pockets all summer long, but shouldn't have to for delicious pizza."
Domino's 20% off deal is valid on all menu-priced items ordered online...
July Retail Sales Show Consumers Still Shopping Despite Inflation
Core retail sales as calculated by the National Retail Federation rose in July even as overall sales reported by the Census Bureau remained flat on a monthly basis, and both calculations showed strong year-over-year gains as consumers kept shopping despite high inflation, NRF said today.
“Retail sales grew in July, supported by declines in prices at the gas pump and moderately lower inflation,” NRF President and CEO Matthew Shay said. “Consumers are adapting to higher prices by prioritizing essentials like food and back-to-school items, and retailers are..."
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