Friday, March 8, 2013

Arby's Celebrating the Reuben with Coupons and A Challenge


March is all about the Reuben sandwich for Arby’s and they are celebrating with a challenge for Reuben-loving cities, plus a deal for fans nationwide. Arby’s is rewarding the first U.S. city that renames itself “Reubenville” for the month of March with free Reuben sandwiches, and ensuring that even if the challenge cannot be met, anyone can enjoy Reubens thanks to Arby’s buy one, get one free deal on the Classic Reuben sandwich from March 15-17, 2013.  You can download the buy one, get one free Clasic Reuben sandwich coupon at www.Arbys.com beginning March 11th.  Arby's Classic Reuben is a New York-style sandwich featuring freshly sliced corned beef, topped with melted Swiss cheese, tangy sauerkraut and Thousand Island dressing served on soft, toasted marble rye bread. Reuben lovers can also enjoy a Double-Stack Reuben with twice the corned beef or with corned beef and turkey. The Classic Reuben is available nationwide for a suggested price of $4.99, or as a combo for $6.99. The Double-Stack Reuben sandwich is also available nationwide for a suggested price of $5.99.



Arby’s “Reubenville Challenge” invites U.S. cities to issue an official city council proclamation declaring the renaming of their city to “Reubenville” for the month of March, and the name change must be documented on the city limits sign. The first city to complete Arby’s “Reubenville Challenge” will receive up to 5,000 coupons for complimentary Arby’s Reuben sandwiches for their citizens. Any city interested in participating in the challenge must send official documentation to Arby’s at ArbysReubenville@hunterpr.com by March 31, 2013.   For more information and to view the official rules for the “Reubenville Challenge,” visit www.Arbys.com/Reubenville.  According to Arby's Facebook page, it seems the challenge has been met as of March 7th.

A couple nights ago I treated myself to an Arby's Classic Reuben.  It's not my most preferred item on the menu but the sandwich was altogether appetizing.  The rye bread had a perfect chew, with Thousand Island dressing, corned beef, Swiss cheese and sauerkraut nestled in between the two pieces.  The thinly sliced corn beef was aplenty.  Sauerkraut is not a favorite food of mine, but it wasn't overly strong or powerful so I didn't mind it being on the sandwich.  The whole flavor combination was tasteful.

Have you tried Arby's Classic Reuben or the Double-Stack Reuben sandwich yet?  If so, what were your thoughts on it?

I received gift card to review sandwich.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.

1 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

This sounds so good, but sadly there isn't an Arby's near me. Sigh.