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You can get a $20 lobster at Red Lobster for National Lobster Day

Posted at 8:25 AM, Sep 24, 2019

Does lobster top your list of favorite foods? If so, does Red Lobster have a treat for you!

In honor of National Lobster Day on Sept. 25, the seafood chain will be offering guests a 1¼ lb. lobster for just $19.99! The deal is only good on Wednesday, Sept. 25 and only while supplies last.

You can enjoy the deal by visiting your local Red Lobster to sit down and have dinner or by ordering the lobster to go. Live Maine lobster is always on the menu in 1¼ lb. classic and 1¼ lb. stuffed verions at market price, so how much it costs varies on the restaurant location and changes daily. That means there is no typical price range for the dish. But on Sept. 25 it will be $19.99 for everyone!

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National Lobster Day also happens the day before National Key Lime Pie Day, so Red Lobster will also be unveiling a new Key Lime Pie recipe to enjoy this week as well.

If you don’t think you can eat that much lobster, you’ll find a variety of other lobster dishes on the menu as well, like  its signature creamy lobster Alfredo and wood-grilled lobster, shrimp and salmon.

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If lobster isn’t your thing at all, you can instead get endless shrimp for a limited time for just $15.99. There are five dishes to choose from, including classics like garlic shrimp scampi, shrimp linguini Alfredo and hand-breaded shrimp, plus crispy Sriracha honey shrimp and teriyaki-grilled shrimp.

If you’ve never been to Red Lobster for its endless shrimp event, the restaurant suggests first starting with two dishes, then ordering more one at a time until you’ve tried them all and are satisfied. The endless shrimp deal includes a choice of salad and side and, as always, unlimited Cheddar Bay biscuits.

Will you be heading to Red Lobster to celebrate National Lobster Day?

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