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While many restaurants remain closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, most fast-food and quick-service restaurants are still offering to-go orders and sometimes delivery.
That includes Subway, which is not only offering free delivery on their sandwiches, but also has a family takeout special now for a limited time.
For the Family Takeout Special, guests will get a free footlong when they buy two footlongs for takeout and through remote ordering at participating restaurants. To get the deal, simply order via the Subway App or on Subway’s website. The free sub must be of equal or lesser value and the deal is good for take-out only, not delivery.
If you’d rather have your meal delivered and aren’t interested in the family takeout special, delivery is now free for a limited-time through Uber Eats, DoorDash, Postmates, Grubhub and Seamless with the promo code SUBWAYNOW. Free delivery is for select areas only, so you’ll want to make sure it is offered near you before you order.
The bread, which is freshly baked all day, can be ordered for delivery or pickup. While there is no limit on the number of loaves per order, Jimmy John’s is asking to please only order what you need for your family so supplies are available to as many as possible.
If you’d rather have a “night out” experience without actually having to leave your house, other restaurants currently offering free delivery include (among many others) Chili’s, Applebee’s, Outback Steakhouse and The Cheesecake Factory.
Olive Garden is also offering free delivery and a Buy One, Take One ToGo offer starting at $12.99. When ordering, simply choose one entrée to eat now, then a free entrée for the next day.
Have you ordered any food for take-out or delivery during this COVID-19 pandemic?