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How to get free IHOP pancakes on February 13th

  • Tuesday is National Pancake Day.
  • In honor of the day, IHOP will be handing out a free small batch of its famous buttermilk pancakes at participating restaurants (dinner only) on Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
  • IHOP has unveiled its Stacking Up Joy program, a brand-wide initiative to reduce food insecurity.

(KTLA) – In honor of National Pancake Day, IHOP is giving away a free short stack of its famous buttermilk pancakes at participating restaurants on Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The limited-time promotion is only available to guests dining on-site.

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This year, IHOP is celebrating National Pancake Day along with its new Stacking Up Joy program, a brand-wide initiative to reduce food insecurity. As part of the program, IHOP is partnering with Feeding America for a “Month of Giving,” inviting guests to add $1, $2, $3 or more toward their check in-restaurant or when ordering online.

“For every dollar donated to the campaign throughout February, ten meals will be distributed to people facing hunger,” a press release said.

“Our goal of bringing more joy to more guests in our communities is why creating a program like Stacking Up Joy is natural for us as we support families facing hunger across the country,” said Kieran Donahue , chief marketing officer at IHOP in a statement.

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The company also partnered with actress Xochitl Gomez to raise awareness for IHOP’s Month of Giving and National Pancake Day.

“I am excited to partner with IHOP this month on the Month of Giving campaign and in celebration of the most wonderful day of the year, National Pancake Day,” Gomez said in a statement.

IHOP’s plans for Pancake Day on February 13, 2024 mark the chain’s 18th annual celebration of Pancake Day.

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