Mother's Day's best freebies and deals

Mother's Day Freebies

(Photo courtesy of Fleming's Steakhouse)

Moms, you work hard and deserve to be recognized. So to honor you, several restaurants and retailers are offering freebies and special deals on and around Mother's Day, May 12.

Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar will give mothers who eat at its locations on Mother's Day a $25 gift card for a future visit. See for locations. The gift card must be redeemed by June 15.

Redlobster Sweeps

(Photo courtesy of Red Lobster)

Red Lobster is holding a daily sweepstakes in honor of moms. Each day in May through Mother's Day a winner will receive a $50 Red Lobster gift card plus a $100 gift card good for spa treatments, chocolates or flowers. To register go to the Red Lobster Facebook page and follow the instructions to enter the daily drawing.

I Heart Faces has three Mother's Day photo-card templates


I Heart Faces has three Mother's Day photo-card templates that you can download for free.

(See more: Worst Mother's Day gifts this year)

McCormick & Schmick's

(Photo courtesy of McCormick & Schmick's)

McCormick & Schmick's is giving moms complimentary truffles with brunch or dinner on Mother's Day.

O'Charley's will offer a free slice of pie on May 12 to all mothers who dine in one of its 213 restaurants in 17 states (locations available at

Redbox Gifts

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Redbox is offering a free one-day rental when you buy an egift card for Mother's Day. You'll be sent a code on May 13 that you can use for a free rental -- and, if you're generous, you can pass the code along to your mom as a bonus gift.

Free TCBY for Mom

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TCBY will give a free frozen yogurt (up to 6 ounces) to moms on Mother's Day. Check with the store in your area to make sure it is participating.

Free IKEA breakfast

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IKEA will be giving moms a free breakfast plate and cup of coffee on Mother's Day. The offer is valid on May 12 from store opening until 11 am at the Restaurant & Café.

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