Opa! Here’s How to Score a Free Gyro at Quiznos Later This Month

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Okay, quick. What do you call a Greek sandwich made with pita bread, rotisserie lamb meat and other goodies?

Yeah! It’s a gyro!

But how in the heck do you say it? Yeero? Jyro? Jeero? Gearo? Hero?

If you’re not sure how to pronounce it, you’re not alone.

Regardless of how you say it, you can get a free one at Quiznos on Wednesday, Oct. 25!

Quiznos Adds Gyros to the Menu

Quiznos, the sandwich shop best known for its toasty goodness, just added three new gyro offerings to its menu. Participating locations will serve gyro flatbreads, gyro subs and gyro salads through the end of 2017.

So what do you do when you add something new to your menu and you want people to try it? You give it away!

On Wednesday, Oct. 25, just stop by Quiznos and make any purchase, and you can get a free flatbread gyro.

You don’t even need a coupon. The offer is limited to one per person and is not available for delivery.  

Love munching on Quiznos? Give yourself a bonus: Sign up for its loyalty phone app and get a coupon for a free 4-inch sub with any purchase. Not too shabby.

Point to the sign. Butcher the word. It doesn’t matter. Knowing how to say “gyro” correctly is not required for this offer. But it may not hurt to practice. Don’t be confused by the first entry — you have to scroll down to the second for the correct pronunciation of the sandwich, which is “jeero.”

Tell your friends. Tell the office. Then, on Wednesday, Oct. 25, you can all get your midweek Greek on with a free gyro.


Tyler Omoth is a senior writer at The Penny Hoarder who loves soaking up the sun and finding creative ways to help others. Catch him on Twitter at @Tyomoth.

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