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LAX rolls out dining and shopping discounts, but only for a few weeks

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The Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX.
(Spencer Weiner / Los Angeles Times)

Shops and restaurants at LAX are offering discounts to travelers in a promotion called Eat. Shop. Save.

Fliers in Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 6, can save $10 when they spend $50 on food or store items, $15 on a $75 tab, and $20 on $100 in purchases. Diners who spend $50 to $100 at selected Tom Bradley International Terminal restaurants receive a $10 to $20 coupon good at retail stores in that terminal. The offer is good through Sept. 3.

Other inexpensive dining options include grab-and-go meals at Hudson News at Bradley and Terminals 3 and 8, such as $10 for a sandwich and bag of chips.

Also, many restaurants and food stands offer options for children up to 12 years old. For example, P.F. Chang’s sells a $5.30 chicken and fried rice dish for kids, and Hudson News has a cereal, milk and banana meal for $6.99.

In the rush to make your Thanksgiving flight at LAX, you skipped breakfast so you could arrive early.
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Check the entire list of LAX discounts and dining by terminal.

By the way, fliers also can order food before they get to the airport at LAXShopDine.com and pick it up when they arrive.


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