National Sandwich Day (yes, that’s a thing”) falls on November 3 this year, and Subway has a very charitable deal to make the most of it. They are offering a buy-one-get-one-free deal for anyone who purchases a sub sandwich and a drink. Once you make your purchase, they will allow you to order another sub for FREE!
But not only will you get your free sub, but once you take the deal, Subway themselves will donate a sub to Feeding America, the US Hunger Relief Organization!
This deal can be used at ANY Subway location.
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A little something for you cheese fans out there.
As you probably already know, Wisconsin is known as the “Cheese State”, “State of Cheese”, or any other variation of that. Simply put, it’s known for its cheeses. With that in mind, it shouldn’t surprise you that there is an official guide to cheeses from Wisconsin called “Wisconsin Cheese: A Guide to Cheeses from Wisconsin”. You can order it online at www.EatWisconsinCheese.com. Let’s take a look inside.
It opens tri-fold style and is small enough to be pinned on any fridge for later reference. It doesn’t look like much at first, being fairly small, but once you open it you are greeted by a long list of many different cheeses.
The list is alphabetized starting with Anejo Enchilado Cheese and ending with Swiss & Baby Swiss Cheese. Under a very delicious looking picture of each cheese, there is a short description of what the cheese may feel or taste like. For example, Anejo Enchilado Cheese is described as “A bright, reddish-orange exterior with a firm, ivory interior. Texture is semi-soft, almost firm and slightly crumbly. It offers a full, strong, slightly salty flavor.” Can’t you just taste it already. I think you can tell by now that whoever was writing the descriptions for these cheeses was very well educated in the field, and probably enjoyed taste-testing them, too.
For some cheeses, there is even a little tidbit of history for those who are curious. Other cheeses, such as Colby Cheese, are labelled as a “Wisconsin Original”.
On the outside flaps, there are various tips for cheese enthusiasts, such as tips for cheese storage and cooking.
All in all, the Wisconsin Cheese Variety Guide is a neat little booklet to have on hand when you’re curious for a little info on cheeses. And the best part? It’s FREE! To get your Wisconsin Cheese Variety Guide, just visit their official website and fill out the form.
Here’s some good news for those of you who don’t know where to take your kids to eat on Sunday. Every Sunday in the month of September, 2016, Chipotle Mexican Grill is allowing you to get one free kids meal with the purchase of a regular bowl, burrito, taco, or salad (kids can also get an activity sheet to keep them occupied). This deal is only valid for kids 12 and under. The site states that the offer must be redeemed at the same time it is offered, and it is not valid for orders that are catered. It also states that the offer “may not be combined with other offers; additional restrictions may apply.”
A kids order consists of a small quesadilla or two tacos, as well as various sides and drinks, and fruit.
You can also read about the offer on Chipotle’s official website. What do you think of this order? Let us know in the comments!
If you’re an Xbox One owner with Xbox Live Gold Membership, you can download a FREE copy of Tumblestone. Tumblestone is a puzzle game released on July 16, 2016. This deal is a part of Xbox’s Games With Gold program, which award free games to members with an Xbox Live Gold Membership. Keep in mind that you DO need an Xbox Live Gold Membership though, and it costs around $40.00. Along with free games periodically you can play games online and stream videos. To obtain this deal, you will also, obviously, need an Xbox One.
The file size is 958.47 MB and the game normally sells for $19.99. If you’re interested in this offer, you can head on over to Microsoft’s official website and download it now, or use your Xbox One to obtain this offer. This deal is good until August 15, 2016.
Have you tried Tumblestone? Do you intend to? Let us know in the comments!
Free pop music from Google Play.
Google Play is giving out a free album of music in the Pop catagory: “Alive” by Jordan Lebron Massey. It was released on March 31, 2014 and holds a rating of 4.2 out of 5 stars, which is very good.
“Alive” consists of 13 songs, all of which hover around the 3-4 minute mark. These songs include:
To get this deal for yourself, just go to “Alive” on Google Play’s official website and click the button that says “Free”. When downloaded, they will be MP3 files. Also, you must have an account on Google Play in order to download the songs, so I suggest getting one now if you intend to snag this freebie.
A freebie for the cheese fanatic in all of us.
Like cheese? Good. Then you’ll like this guide. Wisconsin Cheese is currently offering FREE cheese variety guide to anyone who requests one. All you have to do is go to their official website and fill out the form below the words “Request A Copy”. Then just hit “Send Me A Wi Cheese Variety Guide” and it will be on its way!
The website says that the guide contains 36 popular types of cheeses from Wisconsin. It consists of “cheese descriptions, cheese storage guidelines, buying tips, handling and cooking guidelines and tips on serving a Wisconsin Cheese Course”. It can supposedly fold into a poster/chart.
What are you waiting for? This is the freebie that any cheese enthusiast will enjoy!
A free soundtrack to add to your collection.
Amazon is currently offering a FREE MP3 album on their official website, titled Nature Sounds Collection: Sea Waves, Vol. 1 (Ocean Coast).
It is by Ashaneen and holds a rating of four-and-a-half stars, which is pretty good. The album itself is just one hour-long track of oceanic ambiance. Well one hour and 42 seconds, specifically. It sounds like something perfect to play while falling asleep or lying in a hammock. Or both.
Its audio CD counterpart (also on Amazon) costs $9.98, so by getting the free MP3 version, you’ll be saving yourself almost a good 10 bucks. And who doesn’t like saving money?
You can find this deal by following the link above. Keep in mind that you will need an account on Amazon to access this deal, obviously. If you don’t have one, suggest signing up for one now.
Some special Redbox deals for movie night.
If you use Redbox (even if you don’t), then you’ll enjoy this set of freebies. By signing up for the Redbox Play Pass, you’ll be treated to multiple deals, such as:
The first reward listed works like this: Each disc you rent earns you 10 points on your Play Pass. With 100 points, you can rent one free disc as well as recieve “more exclusives”.
To get your Redbox Play Pass, just follow the link here to their official website and click the “Get My Pass” button. Keep in mind that you must have an account on Redbox.com in order to sign up for these offers.
The website also notes that “* Credit expires 60 days after issuance. Payment card required to use the credit.” With that in mind, enjoy your FREE movies!
A tasty family offer by IHOP
Do you have kids? If you answered yes, then you’re going to like this deal IHOP is serving up. From August 1 until September 25, 2016, kids eat FREE at IHOP! This deal includes kids 12 and under, and can only be used when an accompanying adult orders an entree. The deal will be up every day for the specified days, from 4 a.m. to 10 p.m. at any participating restaurants. They advertise the offer as helping parents to “stretch those back-to-school dollars”.
The website states, “’We know that families are looking to soak up the final days of summer together and what better way to do that than over dinner together? IHOP and our franchisees invite guests to enjoy quality time together as a family while relishing the made-to-order breakfast foods, beverages and more that they crave and can only find at IHOP – now at an even better value with our Kids Eat Free offer,’ said Kirk Thompson, Senior Vice President, Marketing for IHOP.”
The meals that you can choose from must be taken from the “Made for Fun Kids Menu”. The website states that it includes the”Silver 5, five of IHOP’s silver dollar-sized world-famous Buttermilk Pancakes served with a scrambled egg and hickory-smoked bacon” and the ” Jr. Chicken and Waffles, with two all-white meat chicken strips paired with two Belgian waffle quarters and served with whipped butter and choice of dipping sauce”. All that sounds delicious, right? Plus the fact that you’re getting it for free? It’s too good to pass up.
The website also says that “Drinks [are] not included unless otherwise specified” and that this deal is not valid with any other discount or coupon. The deal is dine-in only too, so no free take-outs.
You can also read about this tasty offer at IHOP’s official website.
Currently, there are multiple offers available for deals on pet food off the Rachael Ray Nutrish Pet Food website. You can choose from a variety of food for both cats and dogs. All you have to do is go to their official website and select one of the many coupon choices. After doing so, complete the form at the bottom of the website and proceed to download your selected coupon. All that’s left to do is go to a store that sells Rachael Ray Nutrish Dog Food and get your free sample!
The choices for cats consist of $2.00 and $4.00 off “Zero Grain Dry Food” and “Super Premium Dry Food”, respectively. There is also a buy-two-get-one-free deal for “Super Premium Wet Food for Cats” and a FREE sample of “Zero Grain™ Dry Food For Cats”.
In the dog section, you can get $2.00 off “Super Premium Dry Food for Dogs”. You could also get $4.00 off “DISH Dry Food for Dogs” or “Zero Grain or Just 6™ Dry Food for Dogs”, individually. Also available is a coupon for $1.50 off a pack of any Nutrish brand dog treats and a buy-two-get-one-free deal for wet dog food.
That’s a hefty selection of coupons, isn’t it? Keep in mind that you can only choose one coupon, though. So decide carefully. And you might also want to hurry, since the offer is only up while supplies last.
The website also notes that this offer is available only to residents of the continental United States.