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Restaurants are offering deals on food items to celebrate 4/20, an unofficial holiday to celebrate marijuana. Despite the fact that marijuana is illegal under federal law in the US, more states are legalizing or decriminalizing it, and Americans overwhelmingly favor legalization for medical and recreational use. Participating restaurants include Carl’s Jr, Del Taco, Fatburger, Genghis Grill, Jack in the Box, Jimmy John’s, and Pokeworks. Deals include discounted or free food items, such as a Snack Sack for $4.20 at Carl’s Jr, free delivery and discounted tacos at Del Taco, and $4.20 off any small or medium bowl at Genghis Grill.

As reported in USA Today, April 20th is the day to celebrate all things marijuana, and some restaurants are offering deals for both weed-smokers and non-smokers alike to satisfy their cravings. Although marijuana is still illegal under federal law in the U.S., more states are legalizing or decriminalizing it, and Americans overwhelmingly favor the legalization of marijuana for medical and recreational use, As reported in a Pew Research Center survey.

Whether you can buy weed legally in your state or not, you can still take advantage of deals on delicious food items. Some of the best deals available on April 20th are as follows:

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Carl’s Jr. is offering a Snack Sack that includes six pieces of jalapeño poppers, onion rings, and small fries for $4.20 (without tax). The offer is available now until April 24th at participating restaurants while supplies last.

Del Taco is offering free delivery for orders placed online or through the Del Yeah! Rewards app, and eight snack tacos for $4.20 for Del Yeah! Rewards members. Both offers will be available until April 22nd.

Fatburger is offering its classic burger for $4.20 when you order online. And guests who order online during April will get a free shake with their next online order.

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Genghis Grill is providing $4.20 off any small or medium bowl on Thursday with the code GGFOUR20. The offer is valid in-restaurant, the GG app, or online.

Jack in the Box’s Pineapple Express shake is back for (you guessed it) $4.20 from Thursday to April 24th. And in select markets in Los Angeles, Salt Lake City, and Las Vegas, you can try the Pineapple Express chicken sandwich, which features a crispy chicken filet, smokey pineapple BBQ sauce, pineapple, and bacon on a Hawaiian bun.

Jimmy John’s is offering an online and app-exclusive sandwich only on Thursday. The Munchie Crusher features turkey, provolone, and avocado spread, cucumbers, lettuce, tomatoes, sliced pickles, extra oregano-basil, and mayo. You can also get free chips with the promo code FREESIDE to go with any regular or giant-size sandwich.

Pokeworks is offering a $4.20 discount on any poke bowl on Thursday for in-store purchases.

It’s important to note that not all locations participate in these deals, so make sure to check if your nearest location is offering them before you head out.

To put it all in context, if you have the munchies on April 20th, there are plenty of deals available to satisfy your cravings. From burgers and tacos to poke bowls and sandwiches, there’s something for everyone. So, go ahead and indulge in some delicious food while celebrating 4/20.

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