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Breakfast Deals: Free Denny's Slam, $1 Jamba Oatmeal

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$1 Oatmeal Tomorrow
Jamba Juice has been offering steel-cut oats for just one buck each Wednesday this past month, so we're a bit late to the ball on this one. Still, there's always tomorrow, the final $1 Oatmeal Wednesday, and that includes flavors such as apple-cinnamon, fresh banana, and the new berry cherry pecan. Jamba wants you to know the oats are slow cooked and 100% natural -- no artificial flavors or preservatives.

Free Grand Slam Next Tuesday
We're giving you a bit more advance notice on this one: February 9th, from 6:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., Denny's will be dishing free Grand Slam breakfasts at participating locations.

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