Swiss Chalet Swiss Chalet 2 Can Dine Deals: 2 Quarter Chicken Dinners for $16 (Dine-in) or 2 Quarter Chicken Dinners + App for $20 (Delivery)! 2 Can Dine Deals!

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Grab a friend and check out these new offers from Swiss Chalet!

For a limited time only, customers take advantage of 2 new offers when dining on their favourite rotisserie chicken:

  • Get 2 Quarter Chicken Dinners for $15.99 (Dine-in/Take out only)
  • Get 2 Quarter Chicken Dinners and 1 Appetizer for $19.99 (Delivery only)

No coupon is required to take advantage of these offers, as they'll be automatically available in participating restaurants, or will show up on the menu for those ordering online.

As always, each quarter chicken dinner will come with dark meat chicken, which can be switched for white meat for an extra $1.80 per entree. Upgrades of sides may be available for an additional charge.

These offers are valid through April 28 at participating locations. Click here to order online or click here to find a location near you.

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    • Who pays extra for white meat....
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    • When the deal isn't on, I usually buy a half chicken dinner with salad and add fries as an extra.
      For take out including tax, it comes out to $20 and change.
      Almost the same as $15.99 deal (add white meat +$1.80 for one of the meals). Only thing you are missing is an extra bun.
      Also remember to stock up on those PC point card gift card deals and sign up to swiss chalet mail for a free appetizer.
      https://www.swisschalet.com/RotisserieMail/index
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    • When me and the wifey go to eat one always orders water and I order the pepsi helps save money for two people buying drinks as well.
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    • Akizuki wrote:
      Apr 16th, 2019 11:32 am
      Who pays extra for white meat....
      The white meat order contains significantly more meat. I think it's worth it to pay for it.
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    • nu2toronto92 wrote:
      Apr 16th, 2019 11:38 am
      When the deal isn't on, I usually buy a half chicken dinner with salad and add fries as an extra.
      For take out including tax, it comes out to $20 and change.
      Almost the same as $15.99 deal (add white meat +$1.80 for one of the meals). Only thing you are missing is an extra bun.
      Also remember to stock up on those PC point card gift card deals and sign up to swiss chalet mail for a free appetizer.
      https://www.swisschalet.com/RotisserieMail/index
      What is the PC point gift card deal?
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    • Akizuki wrote:
      Apr 16th, 2019 11:32 am
      Who pays extra for white meat....
      I only eat white meat
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    • sprung wrote:
      Apr 16th, 2019 11:31 am
      1/2 Can Dine at Swiss Chalet
      Fixed.
      Seriously I'd need like 2 of these deals to be satisfied.
      Akizuki wrote:
      Apr 16th, 2019 11:32 am
      Who pays extra for white meat....
      Especially at Swiss Chalet... I could go to Walmart and buy a box of chalk instead.
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    • death_hawk wrote:
      Apr 16th, 2019 4:09 pm
      Especially at Swiss Chalet... I could go to Walmart and buy a box of chalk instead.
      Do they charge extra for white chalk?
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    • It's cheaper to start a farm and start raising my own chickens Nd growing my own potatos
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    • Got this deal yesterday, the chicken portions just keep getting smaller and smaller. I went to the drive-thru and when I placed my order she was automatically going to charge me for white meat without mentioning the price difference. This type of sudo-secret method of up-selling is getting ridiculous, at least offer me white meat instead of assuming I want white meat.

      In other news, Costco at the Warden/Ellesemere location sells day old whole chickens for $5.99, I might just get that.
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    • The price of 2 whole chickens at Costco. Sorry I'll pass
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    • shinsky wrote:
      Apr 19th, 2019 3:37 pm
      The price of 2 whole chickens at Costco. Sorry I'll pass
      I know, right! To some like myself sometimes the convenience of having a side of choice, the bun and the sauce compliments everything but when we look at it from your perspective two whole cooked chickens for the same price in unbeatable. We can even buy the swiss chalet sauce at the grocery stores!
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    • sprung wrote:
      Apr 16th, 2019 11:31 am
      https://www.swisschalet.com/

      Extra charge for white meat, on until April 28.

      Please spare us details on how roast chicken is cheaper at grocery store, Costco etc. That's a given vs a restaurant experience.
      Yup you can get 2 whole roasted chickens for $15.98 at Costco!
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    • vincent142 wrote:
      Apr 19th, 2019 3:06 pm
      It's cheaper to start a farm and start raising my own chickens Nd growing my own potatos
      Lol love this
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    • Yesterday, April 22, the Swiss Chalet located at 1255 The Queensway in Etobicoke the Family Pak cost $19.99 plus tax for takeout.
      The regular price is $29.99 plus tax.
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    • FYI. This is the garbage you will be getting.

      DO NOT GO.
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    • Third Eye wrote:
      Apr 16th, 2019 1:01 pm
      What is the PC point gift card deal?
      yeah what's this?
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    • If you guys have a ton of scene points, 1000 pts is $10 off. Also, sign up for a free app. I got all this for $8.07
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    • vincent142 wrote:
      Apr 19th, 2019 3:06 pm
      It's cheaper to start a farm and start raising my own chickens Nd growing my own potatos
      No it won't be before you reached profit point and even then your operation needs to be as big and efficient or more than Costco. You'll have to raise millions to open that farm of yours. Just out of curiosity, how will you grow your sauce?
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    • vincent142 wrote:
      Apr 19th, 2019 3:06 pm
      It's cheaper to start a farm and start raising my own chickens Nd growing my own potatos
      It's probably easier if you just get hired to work for any job for 2 hrs, then walk out. You'll have enough to buy the food.
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