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Arby's is giving away free sandwiches -- here's how to get one

  • Arby’s is offering free sandwiches to anyone who subscribes to the company’s email newsletter and buys a drink at one of its locations.
  • The company has found success in recent years due to its creative marketing and advertising strategies.
  • Other sandwich chains are offering time-sensitive promotions on November 3 as a part of National Sandwich Day, including Subway, Jersey Mike’s, and Quiznos.

Arby’s has been surging in recent years due in part to revamped advertising and marketing strategies. The chain posted its best sales year ever in 2016, bringing in $US3.7 billion in revenue, and found creative ways to reach out to customers, like sending free meals to people who poked fun at the chain and using Facebook to engage with niche demographics.

The company values customer engagement so much that it’s willing to give a free sandwich to anyone who subscribes to its email newsletter and buys a drink at one of its locations. Though the promotion has not been heavily advertised, it’s easy to access on the company’s website. If you click on the “Get Deals” tab, you’ll be directed to a form that allows you to register for the newsletter and receive a coupon.

November 3 is also National Sandwich Day, which means other sandwich chains are offering time-sensitive promotions, including Subway, Jersey Mike’s, and Quiznos.

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