I’ve always wanted to visit Burger Theory on the west side, and when Holiday Inn offered to send me to help celebrate National Cheeseburger Day, I jumped at the opportunity. Thank you Holiday Inn for sponsoring this article.

4,320 Burger Combinations + Kids Eat Free at Burger Theory

It’s true, our family was given free cheeseburgers at Burger Theory, and you can have free cheeseburgers too!

National Cheeseburger Day is on Tuesday, September 18th and you can take your family out to celebrate for free.

Taking the family for free cheeseburgers on National Cheeseburger Day is great way for families to make lasting memories together this fall. While Kids Eat Free every day, Holiday Inn is giving away 10,000 free cheeseburgers for anyone at our Burger Theory restaurants on National Cheeseburger Day (September 18).

Burger Theory restaurant at the Holiday Inn hotels is introducing a limited time offer of a three-cheese stuffed burger only available this fall. The Cheese Louise takes our proprietary Burger Theory Certified Angus Beef blend in our new 1⁄2 pound burger, deliciously stuffed with Cheddar, Boursin, and American cheese on a butter toasted potato roll with leaf lettuce, sliced tomatoes, and our house-made KGB (Killer Good Burger) sauce.

*Available only on The Classic cheeseburger, which comes with American cheese, grilled onions, tomato, lettuce, pickles, and KGB sauce. No substitutions or modifications. Does not include any side items or additional condiments. Fries, coleslaw, and other side items sold separately. Limit one free cheeseburger per restaurant guest. Offer available on September 18, 2018 only and while supplies last at participating Burger Theory locations. No hotel stay or purchase required. Offer only available while dining in the restaurant and is not available for room service. If ordered from your room, the meal price will apply as well as the hotel’s normal charges for room service delivery, gratuity and sales tax. Free cheeseburger can be used as the adult entrée from the regular menu in the Kids Eat Free program. All other Kids Eat Free program rules apply.