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Do you like sandwiches? How about saving money?
Then Nov. 3 is your lucky day with several restaurants offering discounts to celebrate National Sandwich Day.
According to , this beloved food of choice earned the name in 1762 during a marathon poker game. British statesman John Montagu, who was the fourth Earl of Sandwich, was famished and created the concoction.
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And in case you were wondering, Foodimentary says the average American will have consumed 1,500 peanut butter and jelly sandwiches by the time they graduate high school.
If you are questioning whether or not these are actually deals listed below, Foodimentary says the most expensive sandwich ever sold went for $28,000 in 2004. The grilled toast sandwich appeared to be blessed with an image of the Virgin Mary.
Here are some meal deals, only for Friday, Nov. 3:
Get a free sandwich upgrade from a small 9-inch to a medium 12-inch. Also, enter to win free 9-inch subs for a year.
The first 50 orders for any size Hook & Ladder sub gets a custom sub enamel pin, plus free chips and a medium drink with a medium or large sub purchase on your next visit.
: Get all Cheesesteak and Hoagie Shorties for $5.
Get a McAlister’s Club sandwich for $4. The offer is valid for dine-in, but guests can order in-restaurant and take it to go.
Get any 6-inch sandwich for $3.99 from 4 to 9 p.m.
Buy a pastrami sandwich, get one free. You can enroll/sign in to Potbelly Perks on the mobile app or online prior to ordering to receive the perk.
Get an 8-inch Classic Italian sub for $5.
Purchase a sub and a 30 oz. drink and receive one free sub of equal or lesser value. As a bonus, Subway will donate one meal to Feeding America as the chain tries to turn #NationalSandwichDay into #WorldSandwichDay.
Chris Sims is a digital producer at IndyStar. Follow him on .
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