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Red Lobster Coupons of 2012

Endless Shrimp – $14.99

Red Lobster Seafood Feast – $5 off

Red Lobster 4 Course Feast – $14.99

Red Lobster – Festival of Shrimp

Red Lobster Deals – Courtesy of Facebook Likes

Lobster has forever been a food that people crave and only the rich got to eat.  Then Red Lobster came along and made feasting on lobster affordable to the masses while still keeping it tasting as great as anyone would have expected.

Red Lobster started in 1968 by entrepreneurs Bill Darden and Charley Woodsby.  That is Bill Darden of Darden Restaurants Inc.  Darden also owns and operates Olive Garden, Longhorn Steakhouse, The Capital Grille, Bahama Breeze, Seasons 52 Restaurant, and most currently Eddie V’s.  Darden Restaurants have long been known to supply consistently quality meals to their customers over the years.

Red Lobster is always looking to give a great deal to their customers.  In fact, some of you might remember the Red Lobster’s Bottomless Crab legs special that they ran in 2003.  This deal was so good that Red Lobster actually LOST $3 million dollars during the promotion.  Of course they had to drop the campaign to stay in business, but have since brought out the Bottomless Shrimp special to make up for it and not lose all of their profits.

Red Lobster Coupons

I already have a few tricks up my sleeves to find a bunch of coupons for Red Lobster to provide my visitors.  To stay up to date either follow me on Twitter (@CouponsToEat), add a bookmark, or join my newsletter.

New Red Lobster coupons will be added as I find them to the right side of the page under, “Red Lobster” as well as to the top of this article.  As I mention to my guests all of the time, please feel free contact me or leave a comment with any new coupons for Red Lobster that I somehow may have missed.

 

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