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Seattle Favorite Dick's Drive-In Offers 19-Cent Burgers Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

Super-cheap burgers at select locations celebrate Dick's 66th anniversary

Nancy Chaney

Published on: January 28, 2020

Dick's Drive-In Sign
Dick's Drive In sign on Broadway. Credit: Curtis Cronn via Flickr CC


All parents know that the task of putting food in our families is unrelenting. If you play your cards right, you can mark one dinner this week in the "done" column. And it'll cost just pennies.

In honor of its 66th anniversary, iconic local chain Dick's Drive-In will once again offer 1954 prices on its burgers. That's 19 cents apiece for hamburgers and cheeseburgers.

But they're changing up the offer a bit after last year's cheap burger bonanza might have gone too well. This year, different Dick's locations will offer the 19-cent burgers on different dates, as follows:

  • Tuesday, Jan. 28, get your 19-cent burgers at the Broadway or Wallingford Dick's locations.
  • Wednesday, Jan. 29, get your 19-cent burgers at the Lake City, Holman Road or Queen Anne Dick's locations.
  • Thursday, Jan. 30, get your 19-cent burgers at the Edmonds or Kent Dick's locations.

The offer is limited to one 19-cent burger per person, either a hamburger or cheeseburger. You can't order extra burgers for your "friends in the car," but if your family of four is standing there at the window, you can order four 19-cent burgers. But pay close attention to the date and location schedule listed above. Other menu items are regular price — and everything will be the regular price if you go to the wrong location on the wrong day!

Find the addresses of all of Dick's locations online. Dick's Drive-In restaurants open at 10:30 a.m. and stay open way past bedtime.

As with all free or super-cheap food offers, we recommend that families go early, pack their patience and adopt a celebratory attitude.

Fun fact: Lots of folks know that Macklemore & Ryan Lewis filmed some of their "White Walls" video at Dick's on Broadway in 2013, but did you know that Seattle legend Sir Mix-a-Lot was already getting def at that very same Dick's way back in 1988?

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