National Pretzel Day is a Tuesday, and several businesses are celebrating freebies and offers.

National Pretzel Day dates back to 1983, when then-US Representative Robert Walker, who represented Lancaster County in Congress in 1977-97, announced that it should be a day of remembrance for his favorite food – pretzel.

In 2003, then-Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Randall declared April 26 National Pretzel Day.

While this is not a complete list, here are a few places that offer specials on Tuesdays for gourmet holidays.

Philly Cranzel’s Factory

Traditionally, on Tuesday, this network will distribute free pretzels to all buyers. Customers will receive one free pretzel per guest, without having to buy, at Philly Pretzel Factory stores and at Walmart locations (excluding transport and entertainment venues). The company is ready to distribute more than 150,000 pretzels in various locations.

Flea Survivor Factory, shops in Kissel village, 1006 Lititz Pike, Lititz.

At Aunt Anna’s

Sign up for the Pretzel Perks program from the web (which is free) to get a free original or sugar pretzel with cinnamon. There are four locations in Lancaster:

Two in downtown Park City, 1201 Park City Center, are on the upper and lower levels of the mall.

Walmart, 2034 Lincoln Highway East.

Tanger Outlets, 311 Stanley K. Tanger Drive, Suite 1525.

Bakery Hammond Pretzels

Bakery Hammond Pretzel will celebrate the holiday with a raffle to win a decorative can full of sweets including Hammond’s T-shirt, socks and a glass ornament for pretzels. Come to the bakery. Anyone who wishes the bakery staff a happy birthday will receive a 10% discount on their purchase on that day.

Hammond Pretzel Bakery, 716 S. West End Ave.

Julius Sturgis Krenzel’s Bakery

Sturgis, the first commercial pretzel bakery, offers special pretzels on soft pretzels. Soft pretzels will cost $ 1 each on National Pretzel Day, a discount from the usual $ 1.50 each.

Julius Sturgis Pretzel Bakery, 219 E. Main St., Lititz.

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