The Boston Market Family Meal Deal is Perfect For Back to School

This post is sponsored by Boston Market, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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While back to school means you finally get an empty house for eight hours, it also means a pack of hungry humans to feed. Car pools and busy schedules can make it tough to make dinner every night; luckily Boston Market has come to the rescue with their $1.99 Family Meal Deal!

Boston Market wants to help you get into the back to school swing of things by giving you a economically friendly way to get a wholesome meal; by offering an entire rotisserie chicken for only $1.99 with the purchase of any Family Meal.

 

 

Boston Market Family Meals feed families of three or more, depending on the appetites! Picky eaters? No worries! The meals features tons of options, like Rotisserie Chicken, Roasted Turkey, BBQ Ribs or home style Meatloaf, with sides and cornbread.

In addition to the massive and delicious Family Meal, the $1.99 fresh, never frozen Boston Market whole rotisserie chicken acts as a bonus meal! Shred it up for a salad, pack it for lunch, or eat it with your Family Meal!

 

 

This deal isn’t just for families; it’s also perfect for college students on a budget! Ditch the ramen and eat like an adult while you wait for your financial aid to come through. With the amount of food you get at such a great price you can make it last all week! Or you can be the real MVP and feed your whole apartment, you’ll solidify your spot as best roommate EVER!

 

 

Lucky for us we got to try out the family meal and let’s just say all of the editors here were too full for coffee… and that’s saying A LOT. The mac and cheese is my personal fav, but there were definitely plenty of options for whatever your taste buds desire. Plus you can’t beat the flavor that comes along with the fresh never frozen rotisserie chicken!

Check out the Boston Market website for the full details and full menu, then head over and grub out!

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