How is Red Lobster celebrating Halloween and the end of National Seafood Month?

Red Lobster's Lobsterfest is back. Image courtesy of Red Lobster
Red Lobster's Lobsterfest is back. Image courtesy of Red Lobster /

National Seafood Month is almost over and Halloween is nearly here. And that means we are still on the hunt for some delicious deals from our favorite restaurants. So how exactly is Red Lobster celebrating both of these things? With some tasty deals of course!

Honestly, with National Seafood Month in full effect, of course we have Red Lobster on the brain. And while they have given us two deals already to celebrate the tastiness of seafood, they are ending the month with a delicious bang!

On October 28, is ending National Seafood Month with a delicious deal. So what is the deal? According to the press email we received,

"Red Lobster is offering BOGO 50% Off Bowls, including the Baja Shrimp Bowl, Sesame-Soy Salmon Bowl and dinner-priced Classic Caesar (with chicken, salmon, shrimp or no protein), for one day only, when visiting their local Red Lobster, ordering To Go or touchless delivery directly through—with the code LOBSTER92."

How is Red Lobster celebrating Halloween?

Of course, the National Seafood Month deal is not the only one that Red Lobster has to offer us to end October. In fact, they are giving us the perfect deal for Halloween too.

So what exactly are they doing this Halloween? They are giving us free delivery on their To Go orders when they are placed on Halloween (October 31) on their website.

That’s right, they are giving us free delivery! And the fact that they are also doing a BOGO deal only a few days earlier makes it even more exciting. It means that the end of October is all about the seafood deals and we are here for it.

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So what are you thinking of enjoying to end National Seafood Month and even to feast on this Halloween? Will you be taking advantage of either of these deals? We want to know Guilty Eats Nation.