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Eat lunch for a buck at Jimmy John's on Thursday, Sept. 19

The $1 deal is back at Jimmy John's.

Brave the lines between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. this Thursday, Sept. 19, to score an eight-inch sandwich for a buck at Jimmy John's shops across the Triangle.

Reminder: Arby's 64-cent sandwich deal on Tuesday, July 23

Arby's is celebrating its birthday with a 64-cent sandwich on Tuesday, July 23.

Deal alert: $2 Subway sandwiches in December

Subway sandwich shops are offering cheap eats for the month of December.

Through Dec. 31, participating locations will be selling two of the chain's six-inch subs for $2 each.

The Cold Cut Combo and the Meatball Marinara sandwiches are included in the deal.

The Subway chain announced the deal on its Facebook page so most locations should be participating but it never hurts to call ahead to verify.

Ten winners in the McDonald's breakfast sandwich giveaway

Thanks to everyone who entered last week's giveaway for coupons for free breakfast sandwiches at McDonald's.

Ten of you will be treating friends to breakfast, which will go nicely with McDonald's free coffee promotion going on all week.

Be sure to email me at adunn@newsobserver.com asap so I can get them in the mail to you as quickly as possible.

The coupons are good at any McDonald's in North Carolina or South Carolina.

Enjoy!

(If I don't hear from you by Thursday, Sept. 27, I'll have to pick a new winner.)

Here is the list of winners:

Reminder: Free and cheap eats at Arby's and Cici's

Here's a quick reminder about free and cheap eats oppportunities tomorrow, Sept. 6.

Arby's is giving away free Turkey Roaster sandwiches. No coupon required. Just show up between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.

You'll be able to choose from a Turkey Classic, Turkey 'n Cheddar Classic, or Grand Turkey Club.

No purchase is necessary. While supplies last at participating restaurants.

Also tomorrow:

Cici's is celebrating Guest Appreciaton Day by offering customers a super cheap price on its all-you-can-eat buffet.

The price is $2.99 per person at participating locations and the deal is available from open to close.

Freebie alert: Free Arby's Turkey Roaster sandwich on Sept. 6

                                            

Turns out, there is such a thing as a free lunch.

Head to a participating Arby's between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 6, to pick up a free Turkey Roaster sandwich.

You'll be able to choose from a Turkey Classic, Turkey 'n Cheddar Classic, or Grand Turkey Club.

No coupon required. No purchase necessary. While supplies last at participating restaurants.

 

Grab a 64-cent sandwich at Arby's on Monday, July 23

                               

Arby's is celebrating its anniversary on Monday with a deal for you.

Snag an Arby's Classic Roast Beef sandwich for just 64 cents.

Check for bonus coupons in today's N&O

Double check today's News & Observer for advertising inserts with coupons from Target, World Market, the New Balance store at Pleasant Valley Promenade in Raleigh and the Renaissance Center at Southpoint in Durham, Mobley's shoes at the Stonehenge Market in Raleigh and the Sanrio store at Crabtree Valley Mall.

These advertising inserts are typically distributed according to Zip code so you may have received some but not all of them.

Here's a breakdown of the coupons:

Greg's Hot List: Stellar Sandwiches

Greg's Hot List: Stellar Sandwiches

Got a case of the BLT blahs? You're sure to find a cure among the varied sandwich offerings at these eateries.

Guglhupf
2706 Durham Chapel Hill Blvd., Durham
401-2600
www.guglhupf.com


La Farm Bakery

4248 NW Cary Parkway, Cary
657-0657
www.lafarmbakery.com

Neal's Deli
100-C. E. Main St., Carrboro
967-2185
www.nealsdeli.com

Click READ MORE for the entire list. 

Sandwich Roll Call, Yes the list includes Peanut Butter

Sandwich Roll Call, Yes the list includes Peanut Butter

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