Friday is national sandwich day. So here are the deals I could find. Best I could find was buy one, get one free.
Buy one get one free (or free with purchase)
Get 1 free sub of equal or lesser sub when you buy a sub with a 30oz drink. Also Subway will donate 1 meal for every sub and 30z drink purchasedto Feed America
Buy a soft drink, get a free roast beef sandwich if you sign up for Arby’s email alerts to get coupons
buy one, get one free offer on QuickChek 6-inch subs when you download the coupon from the QuickChek mobile app.
Potbelly Sandwich Shop
Don’t see this on their site but seen it mentioned on a couple other places so check first. (I didn’t want to sign up for Perks because it wants my phone# and I have limited text msgs) Get a pastrami sandwich, and get one free if you sign up for or are a member of the restaurant’s rewards program, Potbelly Perks.
Press’d Sandwich (Canada)
Buy any sandwich and drink and get 2nd sandwich free.
Smiling Moose Rocky Mountain Deli
Buy one sandwich, get another free of equal or lesser value with Bogo Mo coupon. The chain has locations in Colorado, Texas, Wisconsin and a handful of other states.
The Press Shop (NYC)
The NYC sandwich spot is donating 100% of proceeds for the day to Edible Schoolyard NYC, and will give away free sandwiches for a year to one randomly chosen lunch guest (11 a.m. through 3 p.m.).
free on next visit
This one is a race. If you are one of the first 50 orders for any size Hook & Ladder sub on 11/3 you will also get the a free chips & medium drink with a medium or large sub purchase on your next visit
Foodimentary‘s fun page lists the food holidays. A lot of people know October is National pumpkin month. It is also the national month for: Continue reading Food: National Food Days, geez how many are there?
National Taco Day:
here are the deals on October 4th only
Freebies: Continue reading Budget: National (free) Taco Day October 4th
Ok, so today (Saturday) I restart my 7-day eat-at-home challenge. Morning plans are visit Carol at the hospital, go to the library and noon is for this insomniac’s nap. I look around for something quick but filling to tide me over until evening. Continue reading Budget: Eating-in day 1 restart : ochazuke (green tea rice soup) for breakfast
Ok, yesterday, I admit I failed starting my 7-day challenge. The casino emailed me a one-day only 8/30/17 food voucher for $20 so I had to! It was free food. So off Carol and I went. I made the mistake of ordering a prickly pear margarita $10 which came with a free mesquite pork taco and was informed the voucher does not cover alcohol at checkout. Sooo darn!
Looks like my $5 a day for food was blown. So I put in $6 on a slot machine and got back $86. Ok, this I can work with, lol. I gave Carol a little for gas. So I made a profit on the food. Carol and I ran out (well, hobbled as she needs a cane but you get the idea) before I put the money back in. I think I will put $50 towards repainting the kitchen since I’ll be spending some time there anyways.
So back to my 7-day challenge of eating in. Starting over today. Geez, this reminds me of a diet. Being good, looking to see what I have. I found my favorite cold ramen in the pantry. Oh good, I can boil water, lol. I love semi-instant food.
In Japan, I got introduced to a favorite summer food: cold ramen. Of course, the restaurant makes it much prettier than Continue reading Budget: Eating in day 1: My favorite cold ramen
It happens to all of us. Our freezer and pantry is full of stuff purchased goodness knows when and forgotten. Those mystery cans, jars and frozen meats Continue reading Budget: Challenge to myself, eating in for 7 days
I love the library. Love checking out books. The only problem is when you check out a cookbook that begs you to cook from it with pages filled with food porn, asks you to splash fat on a delicious recipe and serve a feast up. You can’t risk butter touching the pages. You have to return it even as your fingers cling to the cover. Yep some cookbooks are temptations in the making.
Big Bad Breakfast is such a book, promising you a breakfast like you’ve never had with no apologies for the, let’s call a spade a spade, delicious combinations of fat, sugar and salt served along with your veggies and proteins. Continue reading Food: Book Review: Big Bad Breakfast
Groceries is a necessary line item in a budget. Still, I don’t care where you live, there is always some place to get bargain priced groceries. Continue reading Eating cheap: groceries