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Arby's Is Now Offering a 50% Discount On Two Popular Sandwiches

Here's how to score the deal.

Fast-food chain Arby's, known for its sliced roast beef sandwiches, has announced it is offering a Texas-sized discount on two of its popular items.

Fans of the Smokehouse Brisket Sandwich and the Greek Gyro can now look forward to a whopping 50% off when they order either of the two sandwiches.

The offer is available through June 30 to anyone with an Arby's account. The discount can be redeemed either in-store or online with the purchase of any full-priced item, although the promo can only be used once per account.

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Smokehouse Brisket Sandwich and the Greek Gyro

The Smokehouse Brisket Sandwich features smoked beef and gouda, crispy onions, mayo, BBQ sauce, and is served on an artisan roll. It is priced at $6.29 at most locations.

Arby's Greek Gyro is part of the Market Fresh menu. It features flame-seared gyro meat with crispy vegetables and creamy tzatziki sauce on warm pita bread. The gyro is $4.79 at most locations.

While Arby's may be known for its sliced beef and cheddar sandwiches, the fast-food chain has been stepping outside the box to bring fans new menu options. In a first for the company, the chain recently unveiled a new Deluxe Wagyu Steakhouse Burger and the Bacon Ranch Wagyu Steakhouse Burger. While Arby's currently has gyros, wraps, Reubens, and chicken salad sandwiches, it has never released a hamburger before, setting it apart from most of its burger-centric fast-food competitors.

According to the chain, the Wagyu Steakhouse Burger uses American Wagyu beef, which is cooked sous vide-style and is topped with American cheese, shredded lettuce, tomato, pickles, red onion, a special burger sauce, and is served on a buttery brioche bun. The Deluxe is $6.19 and the Bacon Ranch is $7.19 at most locations. 

The chain announced the burger will only be available until July 31, so fans interested in trying it should act fast.

Amber Lake
Amber Lake is a staff writer at Eat This, Not That! and has a degree in journalism from UNF in Jacksonville, Florida. Read more about Amber