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By Brad Tuttle
November 3, 2018
Saturday, November 3, is National Sandwich Day 2018.
Saturday, November 3, is National Sandwich Day 2018.
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You have an extra reason to enjoy a delicious sandwich today: According to the official calendar of made-up holidays, Saturday, November 3, is National Sandwich Day 2018. Major sandwich restaurant chains are offering up special promotions — including free sandwich deals — to celebrate the big day.

Quiznos, Schlotzsky’s, and Potbelly Sandwich Shop all have National Sandwich day deals today, including special discounts and promotions giving you a free sandwich when you buy one of equal or higher price.

Subway, the world’s biggest fast food chain, normally has a buy-one-get-one-free sandwich deal for National Sandwich Day, but it has no such freebies this year. Instead, Subway is participating in National Sandwich Day 2018 in a different way, by donating one meal to Feed America for every order placed from November 3 to 9 on the Subway app or subway.com.

Here are all the specifics on where to get free sandwiches and other deals today for National Sandwich Day 2018.

Schlotzsky’s

On National Sandwich Day 2018, you can get a free medium sandwich at Schlotzsky’s when you purchase one of equal or greater price.

Potbelly Sandwich Shop

On Saturday or Sunday this weekend, you can get a free entrée sandwich or salad at Potbelly Sandwich Shop if you’re a member of the Potbelly Perks rewards program and purchase a kid’s meal at regular price.

McAlister’s Deli

On Saturday at McAlister’s Deli, you can get a McAlister’s Club sandwich for $4 for National Sandwich Day 2018.

Penn Station East Coast Subs

For its National Sandwich Day deal, Penn Station East Coast Subs is offering any six-inch sub for $3.99 from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, November 3.

Quiznos

Show this coupon at Quiznos on Saturday, and you can get any eight-inch sub for $5 in honor of National Sandwich Day 2018.

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