Free offers and deals available in San Diego for Halloween

10 of the best Halloween food freebies and deals this year

6 restaurants with freebies and discounts on Halloween

"I don't know who's more excited, the kids or staff or the patients' families", Caitlin Pearce, director of child life services, said.

Restaurants are offering free food and other deals and discounts on October 31. We're here to help with a look at the 10 of the best food deals this Halloween. Burrito-lovers can also try to win free burritos for an entire year. Just send the word "Boorito" to 888222 to be entered.

Halloween is one of the happiest times of the year for kids as they dress up as their favorite superheroes, cartoon characters and monsters and run around the neighborhood door-to-door yelling, "trick or treat!"

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Wear a costume and get a burrito, bowl, salad or tacos for $3, from 3 p.m.to close. All you have to do is purchase an adult meal and drink and make sure your child is in costume when you go into the restaurant!

Each department also competes in a costume contest and has planned Halloween activities for the kids.

Get a dozen mini BOO-ritos for $12.99 at participating locations. All regular and kids-sized scoops are $1.50 today.

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Children get a free kid's meal with the purchase of an adult entree.

IHOP: Children 12 and younger get a free Scary Face Pancake between until 10 p.m.at participating locations.

Outback Steakhouse: Kids who order off the Joey Menu will receive a free dirt cup, which is ice cream loaded with gummies and cookies.

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