Harvey's Harvey's Digital Coupons: Lightlife Plant-Based Burger Combo $7.49, Original Burger with Poutine $6.99, Chicken Wrap $5.49 + More New Harvey's Digital Coupons Are Available Now!

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Cancel your meetings and head to Harvey's for lunch, because they've released a new batch of digital coupons!

All coupon offers can be printed or displayed on your phone for redemption and we've listed PDF coupons for all eligible provinces below.

Offers will vary depending on your province and we've listed the delicious deals you'll find in Ontario restaurants.

  • Lightlife Plant-Based Burger Combo for $7.49
  • Two Can Dine (Angus, Double Original, Crispy, Grilled or Buffalo Chicken Sandwich Combos) for $14.29
  • Angus Meal Deal for $7.79
  • Meal Deal (Original, Veggie or Fish Sandwich Combo) for $6.79
  • Original Burger with Classic Poutine for $6.99
  • Two Can Dine (Original, Veggie, Fish Sandwich or Hot Dog Combos) for $12.29
  • Chicken Meal Deal for $8.79
  • Chicken Wrap for $5.49
  • Family Bundle (Two Original or Veggie Combos and Two Kids Combos) for $21.99

These coupons are valid at participating Harvey's restaurants in Canada until September 29 -- click here to find the location nearest you. Digital coupons are not redeemable with delivery orders.

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    • Got the Lightlife burger the other day. Gotta say, I preferred it to the Beyond Meat burgers at A&W. To me, the Lightlife patty tasted better. I had them on back to back days so I could compare. My only knock on Harvey's is the bun they use. Wished they used a bun like A&W's. Light and fluffy, not dense.
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    • I've been meaning to try it, but no nutritional information on the lightlife burger just yet. A&W beyond meat tastes great, but has more fats than their beef burger!!!! So...definitely not healthier - but i guess for those that don't eat meat....I typically eat harvey's cardboard veggie burger....much lower in fats.
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    • unreg991 wrote:
      Sep 20th, 2019 1:26 pm
      but has more fats than their beef burger!!!! So...definitely not healthier
      That's...not really how nutrition works. People need certain amounts/certain types of fats. Here's an okay rundown: https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying- ... d-and-good

      Edit: I should say that I'm not saying the BMB is healthier...I'd say it's pretty similar to A&W's meat burgers. The biggest benefit, IMO, is on the environmental side.
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    • artifaxiom wrote:
      Sep 20th, 2019 2:30 pm
      That's...not really how nutrition works. People need certain amounts/certain types of fats. Here's an okay rundown: https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying- ... d-and-good

      Edit: I should say that I'm not saying the BMB is healthier...I'd say it's pretty similar to A&W's meat burgers. The biggest benefit, IMO, is on the environmental side.
      Yes, I am fully versed in all of that. As someone with genetically high cholesterol, I have to keep saturated and trans fats to a minimum. BMB had more saturates than the beef burger IIRC. I get the environmental angle for sure. But as someone trying to eat more healthy, truth be told, I don't need for it to taste like meat....I just want something on a bun that, when covered with the vegetables and condiments, tastes good. It could be purple for all I care.
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    • unreg991 wrote:
      Sep 20th, 2019 2:39 pm
      Yes, I am fully versed in all of that. As someone with genetically high cholesterol, I have to keep saturated and trans fats to a minimum. BMB had more saturates than the beef burger IIRC. I get the environmental angle for sure. But as someone trying to eat more healthy, truth be told, I don't need for it to taste like meat....I just want something on a bun that, when covered with the vegetables and condiments, tastes good. It could be purple for all I care.
      BMBs have less saturated fat than a typical beef burger (5 g for BMB, 9 g for beef).
      (ref: https://www.womenshealthmag.com/food/a2 ... gredients/)

      But you're totally right about Harvey's veggieburgers having much less saturated fat than both (1.5 g). And I'm right along with you with the, "I don't need something to taste like meat to enjoy it" camp!
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