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[Montana's] Montana's 4 CAN DINE FOR $40 (2 Adults + 2 Kids)

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[Montana's] Montana's 4 CAN DINE FOR $40 (2 Adults + 2 Kids)

Fine print states as follows:

It includes your choice of any two Burgers, Sandwiches (excluding the Large Slow Roasted Beef Sandwich), Salads, the Sampler Sampler, and the Rib Taster Plate.
Kid's Meal options include any two meals from the Kid's Menu.
Add additional Kid's Meal for $2.99.
Taxes Extra.
Dine-in Only.
Cannot be combined with other offers.
Last edited by moeseo on Feb 16th, 2017 4:23 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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I was excited for this until I saw the dine in only. Having a gathering tonight and thought it could be a different form of takeout. Ah well.
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Two adults and two kids, NOT four adult meals.

Wouldn't of clicked otherwise
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Thats a great deal for Montanas but for those who have no kids they could have done a dinner for 3 as well
In fact in Rand McNally they wear hats on their feet and hamburders eat people
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Nov 29, 2011
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What about those with no kids, or those with one kid, or those with one parent and X kids...
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Apparently, there are two menus that adults can order from the Kid's Menu.
- Fish Sticks
- Shrimp Skewers

And technically, there are no number of people / party restriction.
I am thinking of being there with my 2 friends. =)
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Travellots wrote: Two adults and two kids, NOT four adult meals.

Wouldn't of clicked otherwise
+1, Perhaps adjust title to 2 Adults + 2 Kids dine for $40?
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RolandCouch wrote: +1, Perhaps adjust title to 2 Adults + 2 Kids dine for $40?
That's the valid point. however I would like to keep the original title since that is how Montana's decided to advertise.
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moeseo wrote: That's the valid point. however I would like to keep the original title since that is how Montana's decided to advertise.
Now why would you think this would be a good idea to copy the original if it's misleading to begin with?

You are basically saying two wrongs make a right, but that's just mho...
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Was also considering trying this until I saw "dine-in" only. Yeah no thanks.
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wartune123 wrote: Now why would you think this would be a good idea to copy the original if it's misleading to begin with?

You are basically saying two wrongs make a right, but that's just mho...
It's quite simple; I would like to remain as objective and neutral as possible.
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Kids are $2.99, so basically it's $34 for two adults, which is $17 each... which is practically the same price as any other restaurant meal...
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khulit wrote: Kids are $2.99, so basically it's $34 for two adults, which is $17 each... which is practically the same price as any other restaurant meal...
No, a third kid would be $3 more for this deal. If I recall, kids meals are between $7 and $10, which would make this a decent deal since then adults are then between $10 and $13 each. Still a better deal to go on Tuesday when kids are free.
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mnikkel wrote: No, a third kid would be $3 more for this deal. If I recall, kids meals are between $7 and $10, which would make this a decent deal since then adults are then between $10 and $13 each. Still a better deal to go on Tuesday when kids are free.
Kids are free on Tuesdays???
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moeseo wrote: It's quite simple; I would like to remain as objective and neutral as possible.
You have to be objective about this.
In this case, their heading is misleading and by not clarifying it in your own title, you are taking a position (no longer neutral).

This is a deals forum, not a mouthpiece for consumer companies where we just repeat whatever these companies have to say.
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nguyentri wrote: You have to be objective about this.
In this case, their heading is misleading and by not clarifying it in your own title, you are taking a position (no longer neutral).

This is a deals forum, not a mouthpiece for consumer companies where we just repeat whatever these companies have to say.
Agreed.

Title revised.
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Thanks for fixing the title
In fact in Rand McNally they wear hats on their feet and hamburders eat people
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They have free kids meals on tuesdays (1 free kid per adult meal).

Also, the kids meals are really tiny so don't expect an adult to be able to be full on it (you'll need sides or a lot of alcohol).

We go all the time on Tuesdays.
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I wonder if kids are necessary. Or if the other adult as well.
I could probably eat 2+2 meals....
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Can me and my gf go and eat the 4 meals? Does a kid really need to be present to get this deal?

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