Arctic Circle Coupons

Arctic Circle Coupons 2014

Arctic Circle got its start at a Northern Utah Pioneer Day celebration in 1924, when Don Carlos Edwards set up a refreshment stand. He kept the stand open for nearly 20 years before relocating to Salt Lake City and opening Don Carlos Bar-B-Q. In 1950, he opened the first Arctic Circle in Salt Lake City. With popular items like Ranch Burgers and Brown Toppers (chocolate-dipped ice cream cones), Arctic Circle grew, introducing ideas like fry sauce and kids’ meals on the way.

Today there are 28 company-owned and 45 franchises in the Western United States.

Arctic Circle’s Menu Items

Arctic Circle offers a dozen kinds of Angus Burgers in several sizes, halibut and chicken baskets, salads, fries, onion rings, and frozen treats. Kids’ Meals are available. Customers may also purchase Arctic Circle’s Original Fry Sauce by the bottle at restaurant locations.

Arctic Circle Coupons 2014

Arctic Circle offers printable coupons right on their website. To access them, go to and click on “Promos.” The Arctic Circle E-Club offers coupons and promotions. To sign up, click on “E-Club” on the home page.