It's summer, a time when people's thoughts turn to...pancakes? That's right. Amazon's making your sweet dreams come true with a 20 percent markdown on IHOP (that's International House of Pancakes for those of you living in a cave) deliciousness. Get a $50 IHOP gift card for just $40.
For just $40, you can get get a trademark IHOP Breakfast Family Feast with pancakes, waffles, or French toast. Or make it a brunch date with one of IHOP's sensational omelettes, burritos or sandwiches.
Sure, temperatures are rising and sometimes you'd prefer a light meal, but let's get real: these are IHOP pancakes — those of the moist, fluffy, syrupy variety. Everyone has a summer Friday to spare for a short stack at this iconic eatery. Babysitting the grandkids? Treat them to breakfast at a $10 discount!
Believe it or not, you can have an IHOP card on your doorstep by tomorrow — shipping's free! — if you act now. Amazon Prime members, of course, get free shipping on all their purchases. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)
"Come Hungry. Leave Happy" boasts one of IHOP's signature slogans, and, really, that says it all. Another of their slogans? "Come pancake with us." Now, come on: Don't you want to want to live in a world where you can use pancake as a verb? It's just a couple of clicks away.
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