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This chain is going all-in for National Hot Dog Day.

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Today, Wednesday, July 18, is National Hot Dog Day, and wiener-minded national chain Dog Haus is celebrating by giving away a free hot dog to anyone who downloads the restaurant’s rewards app and registers.

The promo entitles app participants to any Haus Dog, including the Sooo Cali, with arugula, avocado, tomato, crispy onions and spicy basil aioli, the Chili Idol, topped with chili, cheese sauce and onions, or the Scot Baioli, a bacon-wrapped dog with cheese sauce, caramelized onions and garlic aioli.

To go bigger, track down these 24 over-the-top dogs or feast your way through 50 states of dogs.

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