Swiss Chalet Swiss Chalet: 2 Quarter Chicken Dinners for $15 (Take-Out/Dine-In) or 2 Quarter Chicken Dinners & Appetizer for $20 (Delivery) Two Can Dine for $15 or Delivery Meal Deal for $20

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If you're feeling hungry, you'll want to check out this new offer from Swiss Chalet!

For a limited time only, dine-in and take-out customers can now grab 2 quarter chicken dinners for just $14.99! Alternatively, if you feel like staying in, you can order 2 quarter chicken dinners and an appetizer for $19.99 for delivery only.

Normally, a quarter chicken dinner would cost dine-in and take-out customers about $9.99, which means you'll save around $5.00 on your in-store/take-out meal. Quarter chicken dinners for delivery orders usually run at $11.49 per entree, which means you'll save at least $3.00 on your purchase, plus you're getting a free appetizer which saves you even more.

As always, each quarter chicken dinner will come with dark meat chicken, which can be switched for white meat for an extra $1.75 per entree. No coupon codes are required for this offer, and if you're ordering online, you can find these deals in the Special Features section.

This offer is live now through March 5.

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    • Man the portion sizes just ain't what they used to be. 😝
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    • I can make similar meals for less than the tax would be on these. I do however remember when eating at Swiss Chalet was considered a deal. Just don't remember why.
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    • beachlover wrote:
      Feb 21st, 2017 1:34 pm
      I can make similar meals for less than the tax would be on these. I do however remember when eating at Swiss Chalet was considered a deal. Just don't remember why.
      Wow.. do tell! Tax on the $14.99 deal in BC would be $0.75.. $1.94 in Ontario. What kind of meal for 2 would you put together for that?

      Ron.
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    • newfbc wrote:
      Feb 21st, 2017 2:09 pm
      Wow.. do tell! Tax on the $14.99 deal in BC would be $0.75.. $1.94 in Ontario. What kind of meal for 2 would you put together for that?

      Ron.
      beachlover wrote:
      Feb 21st, 2017 1:34 pm
      I can make similar meals for less than the tax would be on these. I do however remember when eating at Swiss Chalet was considered a deal. Just don't remember why.
      2 cans of beans
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    • This is obviously hit or miss, but on my last two visits (to different locations this month) our table has been an assortment of dark and white (+$) chicken. Without fail, every white meat portion has been larger than the dark, with a couple standard/dark portions being right on the cusp of "wtf? get the server"

      As far as why this is a deal (I still think it is): you can sit down at an actual restaurant (not a food court or dive) that has many locations available, and walk out of there spending $20 for two. Other comparable (and shittier) places like Jack Astor's, Montana's, etc, the bill is almost guaranteed to be ~$35 for two.
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    • Thanks OP taking first date here
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    • Wizard1 wrote:
      Feb 21st, 2017 12:01 pm
      This "deal" is for those that still go there to eat.

      OTHER DEALS
      Am I missing something? What reasons are there to go other than to consume hot flesh?
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    • Wizard1 wrote:
      Feb 21st, 2017 12:01 pm
      Don't forget your Scene Points.
      Their Scene giving is one of the worst for loyalty points. Last week I spent there $26 before tax and got 8 points. For the $14.99 deal you will get 4 points, worth about 4 cents.
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    • 2 pieces of dried out chicken, brunch of fries with sauce and 2 small bread for $14.99 + tax

      How is this a hot deal.

      Isn't it 14.99 all the time anyway?
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    • newfbc wrote:
      Feb 21st, 2017 2:09 pm
      Wow.. do tell! Tax on the $14.99 deal in BC would be $0.75.. $1.94 in Ontario. What kind of meal for 2 would you put together for that?

      Ron.
      The same. Chicken 89 cents lb. (Danforth Food Market) Potatoes 18 cents lb. (Food Basics) Couple dinner rolls 20 cents.
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    • I'm eating there tonight. Stacks with free appetizer offer (with rotisserie Club signup) obviously YMMV depending how anal your location is.

      Hillarious as usual with people comparing price of eating out to the cost of materials. Obviously restaurants don't need to make money to pay rent, labour, materials, marketing etc. And it doesn't take people time, money, effort and resources to cook their own dinners at home.

      PS.... This coming from people that are happy to pay nearly $10 or more for the Bogo South Street Burger deal.... Using that logic I can say that I can easily make a burger with good quality ground beef at home too. Or better yet, paying under $9 for NY Fries... $9 for just potatoes!

      But like I said in first post this 'deal' is for people that usually eat there and know that 14.99 is a decent deal compared to their regular price.
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    • Fyi. This deal is $15.99 in BC. It's $1.75 to upgrade to white meat or $3.50 to upgrade both meals.
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    • Used to work at Swiss Chalet for like 5+ years. If anyone has anyone questions, I'm willing to entertain and answer haha
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    • beachlover wrote:
      Feb 21st, 2017 4:29 pm
      The same. Chicken 89 cents lb. (Danforth Food Market) Potatoes 18 cents lb. (Food Basics) Couple dinner rolls 20 cents.
      89 cents per pound? Are you sure you're buying chicken?
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    • $15 for two dinners, that's pretty cheap.
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    • ShogunRua wrote:
      Feb 21st, 2017 10:40 pm
      Used to work at Swiss Chalet for like 5+ years. If anyone has anyone questions, I'm willing to entertain and answer haha
      Ex Saskatoon line cook here. I got paid 6.01 per hour, when I asked what the penny was for, got told that it pays for a new pair of steel toe boots every year and a half on average lol...

      Got any funny Chalet stories?
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    • beachlover wrote:
      Feb 21st, 2017 1:34 pm
      I can make similar meals for less than the tax would be on these. I do however remember when eating at Swiss Chalet was considered a deal. Just don't remember why.
      newfbc wrote:
      Feb 21st, 2017 2:09 pm
      Wow.. do tell! Tax on the $14.99 deal in BC would be $0.75.. $1.94 in Ontario. What kind of meal for 2 would you put together for that?

      Ron.
      OrangeBerry wrote:
      Feb 21st, 2017 10:43 pm
      89 cents per pound? Are you sure you're buying chicken?
      In all honesty boys and girls, 14.99 for 2 quarter legs and some fries is a bit pricey. But lets all be honest here, whoever is willing to indulge in this deal either doesn't feel like cooking the night of, cant cook, or is going out for a dinner date. If you would like to break it down, you can easily get a whole chicken for 10$ (which is pretty pricey), a bag of russets for a couple bucks, and some dinner rolls for under a buck. You can even get those chalet sauce packets and make the chalet swauce at home.


      But, you gotta cook it, clean up after, not to mention how the fries would probably be the messiest thing (frying never ends up clean for me). Either way, I aint gonna bash because once in a while it isnt bad.
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    • SirDufus wrote:
      Feb 21st, 2017 10:51 pm
      Ex Saskatoon line cook here. I got paid 6.01 per hour, when I asked what the penny was for, got told that it pays for a new pair of steel toe boots every year and a half on average lol...

      Got any funny Chalet stories?
      Started takeout for like half a year, line cook for a year then cook for the rest of the time at Swiss. Lol I remember trying to cook chicken for a rush and I ran out of chicken and the owner yelled at me (I was like 17) and he had to drive to the nearest location to pick up extra chickens haha. But to be fair that was during the festive time and we regularly ran out of chicken even if we maxed out our ovens
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    • do RFDers tip on delivery? serious question
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