As Liz Lemon once said, all anyone really wants in this life is to sit in peace and eat a sandwich. Today, Nov. 3, is National Sandwich Day, so now you have that chance — and better yet, it’s discounted or FREE! Here are all the places you can get deals on sandwiches for one day only.
Today is National Sandwich Day, and if this is you, don’t worry:
…We’ve rounded up the best deals to help you get that perfect sandwich. Enjoy!
Get a free Roast Beef Classic with the purchase of a drink at Arby’s when you sign up for emails.
Burger King is doing two breakfast Croissan’wiches for $4, or two extra long cheeseburgers, original chicken sandwiches or big fish sandwiches for $5. Options!
Get two oven baked sandwiches at Domino’s for $5.99 each. Yep, they have stuff besides pizza there!
Jersey Mike’s is offering a coupon for $2 off any regular sub for email club members and fans on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, proving that our love can be bought.
BOGO Lance Sandwich Crackers with this “This is How We Sandwich” coupon.
Get 25% off all sandwiches at Lenny’s Subs. No sandwich is discriminated against.
Longhorn Steakhouse is offering this coupon for $3 off a purchase of two adult lunch entrees or $1.50 off one adult entrée until Nov. 7. We recommend the steak & bacon cheddar melt sandwich!
Get $4 off your check at Outback Steakhouse when you purchase two lunch entrees until Nov. 15. Try the wood-grilled California chicken sandwich, prime rib dip sandwich or crispy chicken sandwich.
Get $3 off your Rapid Pick Up online order at Panera with code “RPUBC2” until Nov. 6. Yesss!
Download the Quiznos app Toasty Points to get a free 4-inch sub with any purchase. In case that didn’t sink in, it’s FREE!
— Quiznos (@Quiznos) November 2, 2016
BOGO entrees at Smashburger with this coupon until Nov. 4.
Can’t forget about Subway — snag a free sub with any sub and drink in person. Subway will also donate a meal to Feeding America for every purchase.
— SUBWAY® (@SUBWAY) November 2, 2016
HollywoodLifers, where do you plan on getting your sandwich today?