Deals for National Hot Dog Day

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7-Eleven- Big Bite hot dogs are $1 today. Snag one in honor of National Hot Dog Day and use it for your Labor Day cookout.

Dog Haus: Get a free hot dog Wednesday by downloading the Dog Haus Rewards App and then registering for the program. For the fifth year in a row, mustard tops the list. Jumbo hot dogs, polish sausages or Italian sausages are not included. Customers can redeem one coupon per person per transaction at participating locations in 41 states. There are several restaurants offering freebies and other deals today, and these are the five best places to take advantage of the unofficial holiday. On Monday, get a free spicy stick item with any lemonade purchase.

Hwy 55 Burgers, Shakes & Fries is celebrating with $1 hot dogs from 2-5 p.m. for their loyalty members.

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Sonic Drive-In: $1 All American Dogs or Chili Cheese Coneys on Wednesday by texting DOG to 876642. Pop-up locations will be revealed throughout the day on Portillo's Twitter and Instagram accounts.

During Sonic's happy hour (2 p.m.to 4 p.m.), get half-price drinks and slushes and $0.99 corn dogs.

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