Ask most Cheapsters who enjoy Jimmy Johns sandwiches what sets them apart from the competition, and many will insist it’s the bread. Jimmy Johns serves up its sandwiches on homemade bread daily, ensuring that the toppings are sheltered by firm doughy goodness.
Of course, Jimmy Johns only believes in fixing sandwiches on the freshest ingredients possible. So, you might wonder what happens to those leftover pieces of glorious bread? It would seem pretty wasteful to just throw them away, but luckily many Jimmy Johns locations see the world the way we do. Living life on the cheap means not wasting any resources, and many locations are willing to sell you the day-old bread for a nice discount. Many locations will let you buy the day-old bread for just 50 cents.
Obviously, we encourage you to check with your particular Jimmy Johns location (there are plenty within our town) and make sure they offer this deal. Some may have a different policy, but 50 cents for bread is a great price considering what a selling point the bread is at Jimmy Johns. And if you’re wondering what you can use that older bread for, we’ll leave you with a few suggestions we found online:
- Homemade croutons
- Garlic bread to go with your spaghetti
- Bread pudding