What types of lunch combos are sold at Applebee's?


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Applebee's lunch combos are based on the customer's selections from two of the available options on its Classic and Signature menus. The options include soups, salads, sandwiches and lunch portion entrees. For example, a customer might select the tomato basil soup and house salad as a combo or opt for the honey pepper chicken tenders and Caesar salad instead, all of which are options on the Classic menu.

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On the Classic menu, customers choose from tomato basil soup or soup of the day, while the Signature menu offers chicken tortilla soup or French onion soup. Salads on the Classic menu include the house salad with bacon, Caesar salad or spinach salad with bacon, while the Signature menu salads include Thai shrimp, fiesta chicken chopped salad, grilled chicken Caesar salad or oriental chicken salad. Sandwich options on the Classic menu include American BLT or chicken fajita rollup, while clubhouse grille or kicken' turkey stacker are options for the Signature menu. Available classic lunch portion entrees include honey pepper chicken tenders or three-cheese chicken penne. Signature entrees include shrimp scampi linguine or four-cheese mac and cheese with honey pepper chicken tenders.

Pricing for combos varies based on selection. All prices are as of July 2015. Customers choosing two Classic menu items eat for $6.99, while choosing one item from each menu incurs a charge of $7.99. Two Signature items brings the combo price to $8.99.

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