Outback Offers Weeklong Valentine’s Menu and Special Lunch Hours, Plus Chance to Win a Date Do-Over With #BloominDoOver Sweepstakes
Americans have declared that steak is the best meal to impress a date with on Valentine’s Day, according to the 2014 New American Romance Study commissioned by Outback Steakhouse*. Luckily, no one has to wait until Valentine’s Day to make an impression this year thanks to Outback’s Steak Menu for Two, available all week long. And for those who may have been burned by a Valentine’s date fail in the past, Outback is offering the chance to win a $50 Outback gift card to do-over that date gone wrong.
Outback’s Steak Menu for Two is available from Feb. 10th – Feb.16th, with special lunch hours starting at 11 a.m. offered nationwide on Feb. 14th. The special menu includes a Bloomin’ Onion appetizer and Classic Cheesecake to share, paired with two of Outback’s favorite steak entrees, including:
- Two 6-ounce Sirloins
- Two 9-ounce Sirloins
- Two 6-ounce Filets
- One Bone-in Ribeye & one Filet, one of Outback’s most popular combos
- And for a truly impressive meal, lobster tails are 50% off when added to the Steak Menu for Two
“Valentine’s Day is the most important date night of the year,” said Mike Kappitt, Outback Steakhouse® Chief Marketing Officer. “Fortunately, this year, Outback is helping you avoid a ‘mis-steak’ and do Valentine’s ‘Just Right’ with our special Steak Menu for Two, available all week long.”
In addition, those in need of more than a great meal this Valentine’s Day – perhaps to make up for a past Valentine’s Day fail – can enter the #BloominDoOver sweepstakes for a chance to win a $50 Outback gift card for a date do-over. Beginning Monday, Feb. 10th, enter to win by following @Outback and sharing a date disaster story (Valentine’s or otherwise) via Twitter using the hashtag #BloominDoOver. Ten winners will be selected at random each day from Feb. 10th – 13th, and 20 winners will be selected on Feb. 14th. For official sweepstakes rules, please visit www.outback.com/love.
Last but not least, for budget-conscious mates looking to impress their date, Outback has you covered with $9.99 Steak Plate dinners – a 6-ounce Signature Sirloin with your choice of one of five delicious toppings and a side of Aussie fries.
* The 2014 New American Romance Study was conducted by Wakefield Research (www.wakefieldresearch.com) for Outback Steakhouse among 1,000 nationally representative U.S. adults ages 18+, between January 9th and January 15th, 2014, using an email invitation and an online survey. Quotas have been set to ensure reliable and accurate representation of the U.S. adult population 18+. The margin of error for the study is +/- 3.1%.