Where to find free sandwiches, deals for National Sandwich Day



For those of us who love sandwiches (maybe a little too much if we’re being honest), there’s plenty to get excited about this week. It’s National Sandwich Day on Thursday, November 3, and you can get free sandwiches to celebrate.

Charlotte-area restaurants, including McAlisters, Potbelly, and Subway, have BOGO deals on sandwiches, so you can buy one and get one free.

Would you rather celebrate with a local sandwich? Check out CharlotteFive’s guide to some of Charlotte’s best sandwiches and read Sub One Hoagie House’s best-selling sandwiches before placing an order.

[READ NEXT: Rusty’s Deli has ‘grown up’ with its South Charlotte neighborhood.]

Here are some National Sandwich Day deals you can find in Charlotte:


Location: Several


How to redeem the offer: On November 3, use reward code SANDWICH22 online or in-store to buy one sandwich and get another free at participating stores. Offer does not apply to third-party delivery services, choose two combos or kid’s sandwiches.

Belly sandwich

Location: 320 S. Tryon St., Charlotte, NC 28202

Location: 4620 Piedmont Row Drive, Charlotte, NC 28210

Location: 11611 North Community House Road, Charlotte, NC 28277


How to get the offer: Order a full-size sandwich using promo code BOGO online at www.potbelly.com/order or via the Potbelly app on November 3, and you’ll receive a free full-size sandwich. You can join Potbelly Perks to win even more sandwiches, cookies, and other specials throughout the year.


Location: Several


How to get the offer: Use promo code FLBOGO to get a free sub of equal or lesser value with the purchase of another foot sandwich. It is only valid on online orders and apps at participating restaurants and does not include Footlong Pro sandwiches.

This story was originally published November 2, 2022 2:32 p.m.

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Heidi Finley is a writer and editor for CharlotteFive and the Charlotte Observer. Outside of work, you’ll most likely find her in the suburbs driving the kids, volunteering, and indulging in foodie pursuits.

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