IHOb is Gone, but IHOP Is Giving You 60-Cent Pancake Stacks to Apologize
On June 4, IHOP announced it had changed its name to IHOb.
But much like the time you demanded your family call you Princess Butterfly Unicorn, IHOb has started responding to IHOP again.
The ruse was all to promote its new burgers, but now that IHOP is celebrating its 60th birthday, it’s conveniently changing its name again.
You’re not 5 years old, IHOP. You’re 60.
Now, IHOP is trying to resolve your trust issues by giving you 60-cent short stacks — consisting of three buttermilk pancakes — on Tuesday, July 17 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
This deal is dine-in only at participating locations, and valid for one per customer.
You might remember our post from last year’s birthday promotion for 59-cent short stacks, so if you can’t make it this year, I’m sure you’ll be able to snag yourself some 61-cent pancakes next year.
Jen Smith is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She gives money saving and debt payoff tips on Instagram at @savingwithspunk. She loves pancakes.
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