52 Places in Omaha That Will Give You Free Things on Your Birthday

January 22, 2018Add a CommentPosted By

We don’t know about you, but birthdays are our favorite holidays. Whether you’re celebrating your own day or a loved one’s, it’s a wonderful opportunity to come together and make memories, or simply spend the day treating yourself to all of your favorite things.

We also believe that on your birthday, you shouldn’t have to spend a single penny — and thankfully, there are so many businesses that go out of their way to shower you with free gifts and attention on your special day.

Here’s the scoop. To redeem birthday deals at most of these locations, you will have to sign up for a rewards program or download the app in order to redeem the free item, but often signing up has its own perks — like a free entrée on your next visit, or invites to special member-only events throughout the year. In our minds, there are no downsides to these deals.

From morning coffee to dessert and even the movie theater, we’ve rounded up the local businesses that provide you with freebies on or near your birthday. It’s time to start celebrating!


Coffee & Breakfast

Bruegger’s Bagel Bakery

A free bagel with cream cheese | Sign up

Caribou Coffee

A free beverage of your choice | Sign up


A free grand slam breakfast | Sign up

Dunkin’ Donuts

A free hot or cold beverage | Sign up


A free stack of pancakes | Sign up

Krispy Kreme

A free donut and coffee | Sign up

Panera Bread

A free bakery item | Sign up


A free bacon, egg, sausage and pancake meal | Sign up


A free beverage | Sign up


Lunch & Dinner


A free entree | Sign up


A free sub | Sign up

Buffalo Wild Wings

A free snack sized order of wings | Sign up

Burger King

A free Whopper or Croissan’wich | Get the app

Famous Dave’s

A free pork sandwich with one side | Sign up

Fox & Hound
A free entrée | Sign up


A free pizza | Sign up

Golden Corral

A free buffet | Sign up


A free eight-inch sub | Sign up


A free large sandwich | Get the app

Noodles & Company

A free bowl of noodles | Sign up

PepperJax Grill

A free entrée | Sign up

P.F. Chang’s

A free appetizer | Sign up

Red Robin
A free burger | Sign up

Ruby Tuesday

A free entrée | Sign up

A free slice of pizza | Sign up

A free sandwich | Sign up

Texas Roadhouse

A free appetizer | Sign up

Twin Peaks

A free entrée | Sign up

Wing Stop

A free order of fries | Sign up

Which Wich

A free sandwich | Sign up


Snacks & Dessert


A free small shake | Sign up

Auntie Anne’s

A free pretzel | Sign up


A free root beer float | Sign up

Cantina Laredo

A free Mexican brownie | Sign up


A free appetizer OR dessert | Sign up

Cold Stone Creamery

A free creation with your choice of ice cream and mix-ins | Sign up

Cracker Barrel

A free dessert on your birthday | No sign up required


A free one-scoop sundae | Sign up

Dairy Queen

A free Blizzard | Sign up


A free dessert | Sign up

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

A free dessert within 30 days of your birthday | Sign up

Longhorn Steakhouse

A free dessert | Sign up


A free small ice cream | Sign up

Nothing Bundt Cakes

A free bundtlet cake | Sign up

Olive Garden

A free appetizer or dessert | Sign up


A free hand-spun shake | Sign up

Outback Steakhouse

A free dessert | Sign up



AMC Theatres

A free birthday popcorn | Sign up

Chuck E. Cheese

100 free tickets | Sign up

Dave & Buster’s

A $10 game play credit | Sign up


A free movie rental | Sign up


A free mini makeup set | Sign up

Happy Birthday!

Ready to start celebrating? Here are the best places to throw a party in Omaha. And don’t worry, we have some ideas for the kids, too.

NP Dodge

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