Happy Birthday to Schlotzsky’s!

Join us on Tuesday, October 9th for our 41st birthday! We’re celebrating with $1.99 small The Original sandwiches all day long at participating Schlotzsky’s restaurants nationwide. Stop by anytime on October 9 and enjoy our famous sandwich. No coupon required. And don’t forget to sign up for our Bun & Fun eClub now or while you’re at the restaurant – you’ll receive birthday specials and other coupons and discounts as a member.

It’s our birthday and you get the gift! Happy birthday to us!

PS – No coupon necessary. There’s no official limit on the number of sandwiches you can get, though some restaurants may set limits depending on demand. If you’re curious, contact them before you go. Vegetarian options may be available – again, depends on the location so ask in advance. Most options include Cheese Original or The Original with no meat. 

Schlotzsky’s Steps Up to Support JDRF


From October 1 through November 3, Schlotzsky’s wants you to Step Up! to help us support JDRF so we can find a cure for type 1 diabetes (T1D). Drop by any Schlotzsky’s restaurant during this time and donate just one dollar to JDRF and you’ll get a coupon for a dollar off your next purchase at Schlotzsky’s. It’s that simple! Help us raise funds for JDRF, get a coupon and walk away feeling good!

Founded in 1970, JDRF (formally Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation) is the world’s largest charitable funder of type 1 diabetes research, having raised more than $1.6 billion in research funds since its inception. T1D is an autoimmune disease that can strike at any age, and can be fatal. Until a cure is found, people with T1D have to test their blood sugar and give themselves insulin injections multiple times or use a pump – each day, every day of their lives.

“We were extremely selective when identifying a national charitable cause that our brand could support system wide. Our organization is happy to be working with JDRF to fund essential research toward type 1 diabetes,” said Kelly Roddy, president of Schlotzsky’s. “This decision was more than an act of corporate philanthropy; this was the alignment of two organizations that are passionate about helping those with this disease. As a supporting partner, our goal is to raise $250,000 that will help efforts in finding better treatments and a cure for T1D.”