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Get Free Steaks and $20 Off Your First Order This Presidents Day at ButcherBox

Don't miss your chance to save on choice cuts of beef, chicken, pork, seafood and more delivered right to your doorstep.

Max McHone
2 min read
A collection of packaged meats in front of a cardboard box with the ButcherBox logo.

These days, you can get just about anything shipped to your doorstep -- including premium cuts of meat and seafood. ButcherBox is one of our favorite meat delivery services available in 2023, and when you sign up right now, you'll get two filet mignons and two NY strip steaks, a $62 value, included in your first box for free. Plus, you can save $20 on your first order when you use the promo code PRES20 during checkout. These Presidents Day offers are only available through tomorrow, so be sure to get signed up soon to take advantage of these savings.

You've got two different plan options to choose from at ButcherBox. There's the Custom Plan, which allows you to select the specific cuts of meat you want, including seafood, and costs $169 for the Classic Box (9 to 14 pounds), or $306 for the Big Box (18 to 24 pounds). The Curated Plan lets you choose between different combinations of pork, chicken and beef (though no seafood), and ButcherBox will choose the specific cuts. Prices start at $149 for the Classic Box (8 to 11 pounds), and jump up to $269 for the Big Box (16 to 22 pounds). You can also add one-time a la carte items like chicken strips, charcuterie spreads, lobster tails and more to your order, or choose recurring add-ons like ground beef and apple gouda sausage that will be included in every box. And for more ways to save on groceries, you can check out our roundup of this month's best meal delivery deals

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