With President Donald Trump yet to act on the tariff on Mexican imports that he proposed last month, National Margarita Day deals abound again this year.
The tequila will flow cheaply at the following restaurant chains, which are among the largest celebrating the "holiday" with discounts. Each will serve up margaritas for about $2 apiece.
Call ahead to your nearest locations to confirm they are participating in these deals.
This chain's Classic Margarita is $2.22 on Wednesday.
The drink will be $5 on "Margarita Mondays" — every Monday between Feb. 22 and April 9, a six-week-long celebration that Bahama Breeze refers to as "Viva La 'Rita."
Bahama Breeze has locations in 15 states.
This chain's Classic Margarita — frozen or on the rocks — is also $2.22 on Wednesday.
Cheeseburger in Paradise has locations in seven states.
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This casual chain's classic House Margarita is $2 for customers who dine in on Wednesday at participating locations. (In some states, the price will be $3.)
On the Border also notes that it offers free chips and salsa "all day every day, even on holidays like National Margarita Day."
On the Border has more than 150 locations in the U.S.
4. Tony Roma's
This restaurant chain is referring to National Margarita Day as "National Romarita Day." Its Classic Romarita is $2.22 on Wednesday at participating locations.
While Tony Roma's is known for ribs, the Romarita is its signature cocktail, introduced more than 20 years ago. The drink features Sauza Gold tequila and Cointreau triple sec, is served with a salted rim and special shaker, and is described as "refreshing and tasty in a uniquely satisfying way."
Tony Roma's has locations in 11 U.S. states as well as Canada and some two dozen other countries.
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