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Arby’s giving away free sandwiches in April: How to land the month-long deal

They’re trying to be a hero to the people — and not the red-hatted stepchild of fast food.

Arby’s has announced that the beef purveyor will offer free sandwiches throughout April in a bid to answer an age-old question, as they put it: “Who actually eats at Arby’s?”

Arby’s announced that it will be offering free sandwiches throughout the month of April.

“During Free Sandwich Month, we’re putting our money where our mouth is with our biggest rewards promotion to date,” Ellen Rose, Arby’s chief marketing officer, declared in a recent release.

“We’re so confident that our sandwiches will turn even the biggest Arby’s disbeliever into a fan that we’re willing to give them four free trials throughout the month of April.”

From now until April 30, customers can score one free sandwich, wrap or gyro per week — four in total — with any purchase from curly fries to apple turnovers.

Arby’s claims that no sandwiches are “off-limits,” whether it be their half-pound roast beef or the Crispy Chicken Club Wrap.

To score this weekly food freebie — only available at participating Arby’s — customers must already have or create an Arby’s Rewards account and place the order through the restaurant’s app or website for in-store pickup only, per the chain’s site.

Arby’s claims that no sandwiches are “off-limits.” Arby's
“Free Sandwich Month gives Arby’s lovers the perfect chance to enjoy their go-to order or further explore the menu, while also providing Arby’s skeptics with an opportunity to put their Arby’s ‘beef’ to rest, once and for all,” the press release reads. Christopher Sadowski

Add-ons and combo meals are not included, and the deal doesn’t apply to delivery orders or purchases made with gift cards. It also can’t be coupled with another coupon or offer

“Free Sandwich Month gives Arby’s lovers the perfect chance to enjoy their go-to order or further explore the menu, while also providing Arby’s skeptics with an opportunity to put their Arby’s ‘beef’ to rest, once and for all,” the press release reads.