Get a 19-cent burger on Jan. 30 at Dick’s in Kent

Price rolled back to celebrate 66th anniversary

  • Monday, January 27, 2020 11:54am
  • Business

In celebration of its 66th anniversary, Dick’s Drive-In Restaurants is rolling back the price on burgers to the original 19 cents.

Customers can get cheeseburgers and hamburgers at the original 1954 price of 19 cents all day – limit one 19-cent cheeseburger or hamburger per customer present at each scheduled location, but only on each restaurant’s specific day.

The reduced price day in Kent is Thursday, Jan. 30. Dick’s is open 10:30 a.m. to 2 a.m.

Last year’s extremely popular 19-cent day brought almost too many customers out to celebrate all on one day. So, this year Dick’s decided to make the celebration three days long.

The days and locations of the 19-cent burgers:

Tuesday, Jan. 28: Wallingford and Broadway

Wednesday, Jan. 29: Lake City, Holman Road and Queen Anne

Thursday, Jan. 30: Edmonds and Kent


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