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EC: IHOP Birthday Celebration Means 58 Cent Pancakes for Everyone
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Pancake lovers and flapjack fanatics, take notice. Today's IHOP birthday celebrations are well underway, as the prominent all-day breakfast chain is offering short stacks of its buttermilk pancakes for 58 cents. The stack is normally $3.99, which means you can indulge in pancakes while saving money—great news all around.

The pancake house originally started flipping pancakes in 1958 in the suburbs of Los Angeles before expanding across the nation and beyond, quickly becoming a household name.

The IHOP birthday special will be offered from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and the three buttermilk pancake stack is limited to one per guest.

As its name suggests, the International House of Pancakes is well-known for its large stacks of pancakes, but also features other traditional breakfast items including waffles, French toast, and eggs. The pancake chain boasts over 1,600 restaurants across the country and internationally, with locations in Bahrain, Dubai, Guatemala, Mexico, Kuwait, The Philippines, Saudi Arabia, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Not sure where to indulge in these below-market-rate hot cakes? Find your closest location on IHOP’s homepage.

The IHOP birthday promotion comes just one day after 7-Eleven’s annual Free Slurpee Day, and a day before Krispy Kreme’s 78 cents for a dozen doughnuts birthday extravaganza promotion.