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Red Lobster Canada Endless Shrimp is Back for $19.99

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Red Lobster’s Endless Shrimp is back again for a limited time. $19.99 will get you a dinner full of “endless shrimp” for you to enjoy. 

You can choose 2 selections from this list:

  • garlic shrimp
  • hand breaded shrimp
  • shrimp alfredo
  • garlic shrimp
  • baked garlic shrimp and cheese

This sounds great to me, but I am concerned where the shrimp were fished from.  I most certainly don’t want to eat oil spill shrimp, that would be nasty.  Click here for locations and details.

Thanks Mentos for the email

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  1. Catherine L

    Wish we had a Red Lobster here in NL. The DH lives on seafood so would especially would love it.

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  2. Mandy

    I’m assuming Canadian Red Lobsters would get their lobster from the Canadian Atlantic of Pacific Ocean…. not the Gulf of Mexico… it would make no sense for them to get shrimp from so far away….
    like Canadian fast food restaurants sell Canadian Beef etc

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  3. FunkyMunky

    awesome! boyfriendship is taking me out to RL tonigh and this will be handy! :) thanks for the great share!

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  4. Jasminebed

    Not a bargain for me, I fill up on the garlic cheese buns! And then take home leftovers. But Smartsource regularly has $3 off lunch/ $4 off dinner coupons for RL, and for larger appetitites this is a deal.

    Our local Red Lobster will accept the coupons even if expired (they don’t have to send them in, just enter a coupon code).

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  5. Charlie

    The seafood from the Gulf has been cleared for consumption. Its not ‘nasty oil spill shrimp.’

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  6. frankiew

    I’d personally be cautious as to where the shrimp comes from. I’ve read in the book BottomFeeder (by Taras Grescoe) that they often import these shrimp to RL and they are often laced with chemicals/pesticides. Think about it – how is it possible to offer endless shrimp at this price? It’s a good book to read to open your eyes about our consumption of seafood. If you’re not sure, at least ask when you’re at RL; the more people that ask the question, the more the servers will be made to be aware, and hopefully will bring that to the attention of management. At least by asking, you’ll know what you’re putting into your body.

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  7. Matt

    how is it 1599 in usa and 1999 in canada…. isnt our dollar better… this is bull$$$$ how about a little equality!!!! we aren’t cuba you don’t have to bleed us dry too!!!

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  8. Rick

    I agree with Matt. Why is the price $4 more in Canada? Not fair Red Lobster. Please explain. Gone are the days when the American dollar is all-powerful. Is this just Canadian upper management greed at play here? Lower the price please and you will get my business (but not until you DO lower the price), and you will probably get a ton more buyers.

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