You Can Get Married For Free This Valentine’s Day At Denny’s Las Vegas

Denny’s has a special place in the hearts of Americans. Their bacon and eggs are one of the best pairings in the world of casual dining. Now, Denny’s is looking to offer up some great pairings to the rest of the world. Their Valentine’s Day promotion is to die for and we cannot wait to see how many people decide to take them up on it.

You can either walk down the aisle or renew your existing vows for free this February 14th. If you are looking to commemorate your love, all you need to do is head to the pop-up chapel that Denny’s is establishing. There is only one catch: you will have to head to 450 Fremont Street in Las Vegas. You get to use the space and the officiant without any sort of monetary investment.

The couples who utilize this pop-up chapel also get the chance to enjoy a live DJ and a lavish reception. A champagne toast and Wedding Pancake Puppies are on hand. And, as you may have expected, Denny’s is also offering various specials to mark the occasion.

A full-service bar will be present, so you can toast the occasion with drinks that range in pricing.

Because this is Denny’s, there are $2, $4, $6, and $8 drinks to be had. You are not going to have very many opportunities to enjoy a virtually all-expense paid wedding!

Think of it this way: the price of a flight to Las Vegas pales in comparison to the price of a wedding. The free ceremonies will be taking place between the hours of 12:00 PM (noon) and 6:00 PM on Valentine’s Day. You do not have to worry about registration, either. The weddings are on a first-come, first-serve basis.

If you cannot make it on this date, Denny’s will be happy to let you get married in their chapel anyways. The price increases to $199, but that’s still a steal of a deal, isn’t it? Those who spring for that package receive an even wider range of offerings. The Taco Bell flagship store also provides Vegas a wedding package for anyone who is looking for something a bit different when they are ready to walk down the aisle.

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