$15 for a $30 Gift Card for Bagels, Sandwiches, and More at Bruegger’s

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The first bagel rebelled against traditional dinner rolls wearing a coat of cream cheese and piercing its belly button. Savor trendsetting tastes with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get a $30 gift card for bagels, sandwiches, and more at Bruegger’s. This Groupon is valid at 14 locations.

Bruegger’s kettle-boils and bakes its New York–style bagels fresh throughout the day to form warm bookends for breakfast and lunch sandwiches or an independent morning meal. Bruegger’s more than 20 classic and specialty bagels ($1 for a single bagel; $2.49 for a bagel with cream cheese; $8.99 for a baker’s dozen) boast a crisp exterior, chewy interior, and genius-level IQ to pair lusciously with 15 sweet and savory cream cheeses. Handcrafted signature sandwiches ($5.95–$7.25) originate in the mind and dream journal of Executive Chef Philip Smith and mingle flavorful ingredients such as lemon-tarragon mayo, peppered bacon, and roasted red peppers. The culinary crew removes calorie-laden trimmings to drop select breakfast, lunch, and dinner items under 500 calories, including skinny bagel sandwiches and protein-packed salads. The scent of Bruegger's custom-roasted coffee wakes up drained senses with brews such as the French Roast blend ($1.99–$2.39) with beans sourced from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms that follow sustainable growing techniques.


I like the quick and friendly service, and I notice that there are a ton of regulars popping in each and every time I go.

Stephanie S., Yelp, 10/16/11

French toast coffee and french toast bagels are a seasonal specialty not to miss!

Joni O., Yelp, 5/7/11

In a Nutshell

Ovens bake more than 20 types of New York–style bagels as well as custom-roasted Bruegger's coffee & café fare

The Fine Print

Expires Mar 17th, 2012. Limit 3 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Limit 3 per visit. Valid for location purchased only. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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