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Sonic Drive-In celebrates Presidents Day with $1 hot dogs


Workers and students across the country will get a little time off Monday to celebrate the birthdays of presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, and at least one fast-food chain is taking the time to celebrate Presidents Day its own way.

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At participating Sonic Drive-In locations on Monday, hungry customers can choose between a pair of hot dogs for $1.

Patrons can get either a 6-inch All American Hot Dog, topped with ketchup, yellow mustard, relish and chopped onions, or a 6-inch Chili Cheese Coney for $1. No coupon is needed.

The dogs typically cost around $1.99 each.



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