Apple's latest Apple Pay promotion, which is being emailed out to customers as of this afternoon, offers a free drink with a Jimmy John's purchase when using ‌Apple Pay‌ with Freaky Fast Rewards from Jimmy John's.

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Customers who spend $10 or more in store, in the Jimmy John's app, or on the Jimmy John's website with ‌Apple Pay‌ can earn a free drink on their account.

The promotion is available through March 15, 2020, and there is a limit of one reward per day per Freaky Fast Rewards account.

Apple's promotion, which focuses on ordering ahead for pickup when arriving at the store, also highlights apps from Chipotle, Panera Bread, and Sonic.

Top Rated Comments

alexandr Avatar
24 months ago
how come cnn didn't cover this story?..
Score: 4 Votes (Like | Disagree)
kevinthebright Avatar
24 months ago
"A free drink!" Rushes nowhere.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
BigMcGuire Avatar
24 months ago

I only eat subway when on a long road trip and limited options otherwise never. I miss Quiznos but those are mostly extinct

firehouse subs isn’t half bad and a good cause offering to round up the bill to go to firemen

I dont eat jersey mikes often but they make a mean Philly cheesesteak

hmm not sure about other chains. I try to go local if possible

it is sad how hard it is to find a decent sandwich chain. Hadn’t thought about it
I REALLY miss Quiznos... I loved that chain a lot. The workers there used to know me and start my order soon as I walked in. Most people I know have no idea what Quiznos was. Nice to see another Quiznos fan out there. :)

Firehouse subs - I've been to that place once - I'll keep an eye out for that (none local). :/

Yeah, agreed with your last sentence.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
thadoggfather Avatar
24 months ago
That’s a good point about franchise owners. Still I don’t find their food all that great. I want a hot sandwich not some cold rinky dink thing

plus soda is just sugar water free or not it’s crap
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
thadoggfather Avatar
24 months ago

I can't stand Subway anymore. The Jersey Mikes I used to frequent let go one of their star employees that made the place amazing - they hired 6 people and now it takes 15+ mins to get a really crappy sandwich. Just recently started going to a Jimmy Johns where my coworker knows the franchise owner - a huge step up from Jersey Mikes.

I have not found anywhere that makes great hot sandwiches tho. :(
I only eat subway when on a long road trip and limited options otherwise never. I miss Quiznos but those are mostly extinct

firehouse subs isn’t half bad and a good cause offering to round up the bill to go to firemen

I dont eat jersey mikes often but they make a mean Philly cheesesteak

hmm not sure about other chains. I try to go local if possible

it is sad how hard it is to find a decent sandwich chain. Hadn’t thought about it
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)
Naraxus Avatar
24 months ago

I REALLY miss Quiznos... I loved that chain a lot. The workers there used to know me and start my order soon as I walked in. Most people I know have no idea what Quiznos was. Nice to see another Quiznos fan out there. :)

Firehouse subs - I've been to that place once - I'll keep an eye out for that (none local). :/

Yeah, agreed with your last sentence.
You got another Quiznos fan right here! Love them!
Score: 1 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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