National Hot Dog Day 2018 deals and freebies

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You would be hard-pressed to find a cookout where hot dogs were not on the grill.

Specifically for Chicagoland, a Portillo's hot dog mascot will show up at locations across the city on National Hot Dog Day, July 18, giving away gift cards and swag.

Chow down: The average American eats 50 hot dogs a year.

At Dog Haus, you can get a free Haus Dog on National Hot Dog Day when you download their app and register.

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Starting Monday - through Sunday, July 22 - customers can purchase two regular-sized hot dogs for just $5 at all locations nationwide.

The hot dog can be topped with your choice of Chili Cheese or Mac & Cheese on each half of the two-foot-long creation.

Enjoy $1 Big Bite hot dogs at 7-Eleven stores all day long! Dine-in only, while supplies last for new users at participating locations.

Free pretzel dog for the first 100 customers. If you're not in on chili dogs... we might have to end this relationship.

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Those in Bethesda can grab a free dog by simply downloading the Dog Haus app.

During Sonic's happy hour (2 p.m.to 4 p.m.), get half-price drinks and slushes and $0.99 corn dogs.

Stop by participating Burger King restaurants today to get a classic grilled hot dog for only 79 cents.

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