(CNN) – The International House of Pancakes is celebrating its “Panniversary” with 58-cent pancakes.
The pancake chain was founded in 1958, hence the 58-cent price tag for your short stack, which is less than it cost when IHOP first opened.
These days, their three buttermilk pancakes usually cost about $6.
The delicious deal is available at participating locations from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday.
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