Is There A Boston Market Senior Discount?
Boston Market doesn’t have a nationwide senior discount policy, but some restaurants do seem to have deals for senior visitors. According to the AARP website, customers aged over 65 enjoy special offers at Boston Market locations. But the AARP doesn’t specify whether the elderly get a percent-off discount (e.g. 10%) or perhaps a free dessert.
As we usually advise in cases where there is little info online, you should call your nearest Boston Market and ask them about senior discounts yourself.
Any Other Ways To Save With Boston Market?
If you are a frequent visitor of Boston Market, make sure to sign up for the Rotisserie Rewards program. Members get Market Points based on the value of their purchases – 1 Market Point for each dollar spent, to be more precise. These Market Points may be used toward future purchases.
From time to time, Boston Market may offer special promotions that will earn you additional Market Points.
Make sure to read the terms and conditions of the Rotisserie Rewards program to know what you are dealing with. There, you’ll also find out what you can redeem in exchange for Market Points. Among other things, Market Points can be used to get a free side, free beverage, or a $10 to $20 discount (for 100 and 200 Market Points respectively).
When you sign up for the Rewards program, you may also choose to receive emails and text updates about future deals.
The homepage of the Boston Market website also typically features current deals, like the one in the image below.
Interesting facts about Boston Market:
- Boston Market has long struggled financially – according to Mashed, this can be attributed to several changes of ownership and excessively aggressive expansion in the 1990s, among other things.
- Boston Market filed for bankruptcy in October 1998 due to the strain of the company’s attempt to expand into the international market. However, McDonald’s would acquire Boston Market in 2000, thus enabling it to emerge back from its dire financial situation.
- McDonald’s ownership didn’t last very long – the fast food giant sold Boston Market to Sun Capital Partners for an undisclosed price in 2007. Sun Capital would eventually also sell the chain to Engage Brands in 2020.
* Photo by Social Woodlands on Flickr. Licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic. Resized and cropped from original.