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[Swiss Chalet] Swiss Chalet festive special returns, now includes $10 Chalet Cash voucher. Also BOGO 591ml Pepsi products

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[Swiss Chalet] Swiss Chalet festive special returns, now includes $10 Chalet Cash voucher. Also BOGO 591ml Pepsi products

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$13.99 for quarter chicken dinner in Toronto.

If you add on a drink from when you order the dinner, one is $1.50 if you order separately, it is $1.99 for BOGO.

Cheaper if you buy in a grocery or drug store yourself, but BOGO isn't true ....
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What exactly are these chalet cash vouchers? I assume they provide a discount on a future order but I wonder what the restrictions are.
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the quality of the festive specials has dropped over the years, i find swiss chalet to be barely above fast food at this point. most of the take out chickens at grocery stores are a better value (and quality). $8 x 2 for 2 whole chickens, and another $10 for a good premade salad ... $5 mccain super fries and you're good to feed 4-6 people for half the price, with leftovers, and better quality if you're doing takeout.
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nice! i just have a soft spot for festive special with the stuffing and cranberry sauce, don't care much for the chocolate ever since they switched to lindor
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Swiss chalet is garbage now. The deals are laughable too
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Mlj223 wrote: Swiss chalet is garbage now. The deals are laughable too
I don't think they've changed much for their core food, just there's lot more choices now and people are open to trying new things a lot more than before. SC is comfort food at cheapest price for a sit down restaurant especially for families with kids. Yes there's complaints about smaller chicken (I don't see it today and worked at SC as a student back in the day) and going to a grocery store but it's not reasonable to compare going to a grocery store and eating at home vs a sit down restaurant
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renoldman wrote: $13.99 for quarter chicken dinner in Toronto.

If you add on a drink from when you order the dinner, one is $1.50 if you order separately, it is $1.99 for BOGO.

Cheaper if you buy in a grocery or drug store yourself, but BOGO isn't true ....
Breaking news! The grocery store is cheaper than a restaurant.
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LNahid2000 wrote: Breaking news! The grocery store is cheaper than a restaurant.
I know man.

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Mlj223 wrote: Swiss chalet is garbage now. The deals are laughable too
I had this opinion for many years. Then I tried it again last year and noticed the fries are no longer soggy, they are actually pretty crisp even in takeout. ordering White meat quarter chicken was a reasonable portion size. The multigrain bun wasn't rock hard and more soft.
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Haven't they included a voucher the last few years? seem to recall some coupon attached to the lindor package. (maybe it was a BOGO or something, can't remember I never use them lol)
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dbcanuck wrote: the quality of the festive specials has dropped over the years, i find swiss chalet to be barely above fast food at this point. most of the take out chickens at grocery stores are a better value (and quality). $8 x 2 for 2 whole chickens, and another $10 for a good premade salad ... $5 mccain super fries and you're good to feed 4-6 people for half the price, with leftovers, and better quality if you're doing takeout.
I agree, a cheap chicken and sides (bought or homemade) is better than swiss chalet's bundle, akthough the last whole chicken I got from swiss was surprisingly big, though in general a costco chicken is at least 1.5 to 2x their size,
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LNahid2000 wrote: Breaking news! The grocery store is cheaper than a restaurant.
renoldman wrote: I know man.

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Every restaurant deal thread devolve to this. Make it at home, it's cheaper. Why you feed your body that? It's not healthy. Look at the environment, it's not sustainable. yadi yadi ya.

Everyone on the peanut gallery has something to say other than, is is a good deal or not for that restaurant, or compared to another restaurant.

This is a good deal, because of the $10 cash voucher. Otherwise, it's just OK, if you consider that regular price is what $12.99, and for a buck, you get stuffing/ cranberry sauce and chocolate.

Swiss chalet hits the spot once in a while. It doesn't beat St. Hubert, but last time we were in Quebec, the differences are getting to be far and few in between.
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What's the fine print on the Chalet Bucks? Use in January? Minimum order..
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If anyone has detailed info on the $10 cash voucher, that would help.
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gr8dlr wrote: If anyone has detailed info on the $10 cash voucher, that would help.
Yes that would be more helpful than useless comment on the deal. Its like discussing should we drink Coke.. like there are million videos trying to prove coke is so bad for health and even after watching them I pickup a box of it every month. So I am done with your advice.. tell me the deal now Smiling Face With Horns if I can eat Big Mac for $1 instead of my planned stir vegetable lunch yesterday I am so ready for Swiss chalet tonight.
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Dbatman wrote: Swiss chalet is St. Hubert
Thanks for the info, cptn obvious. And you can be forgiven for thinking that, but it's not entirely true. Both Swiss Chalet and St. Hubert BBQ are owned by the same company. Considering the historical context, it's more accurate to say that St. Hubert is Swiss Chalet, since Cara has owned SC for way longer than they have SH. I get it though, it's a sore spot for the "pure laine". N'est ce pas?
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cjpark wrote: What exactly are these chalet cash vouchers? I assume they provide a discount on a future order but I wonder what the restrictions are.
Blunt wrote: What's the fine print on the Chalet Bucks? Use in January? Minimum order..
I was able to find out that the $10 Chalet Cash Voucher is redeemable from December 28, 2020 to February 7, 2021. Please refer to Voucher for full details. I am not sure what is the minimum spend to use the coupon.

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