What You'll Get
Before bread, sandwiches were haphazardly supported by two hands high-fiving. Enjoy better-constructed eats with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of sandwiches and drinks at Port of Subs. This Groupon is valid at Port of Subs' White Lane location in Bakersfield.
Diners at Port of Subs dutifully elect their chosen sandwich, wrap, or salad from an eclectic menu of casual cuisine. Guests send cold subs filled with sliced-to-order meat combinations such as ham-salami-provolone or pastrami-turkey-swiss down their stomach hatches ($3.39–$4.09 for 5"; $13.79 for 24"). Meatball, pulled-pork, or NY steak and cheese grillers allow diners to warm up their insides without studying as a fire-swallower's apprentice ($4.99 for 5"; $7.99 for 12"). Wraps can swaddle any sandwich on the menu, or guests can ditch the bread altogether and sample seven freshly made salads. Offering a convenient and more kite-friendly alternative to the sandwich catapult, Port of Subs delivers within a two-mile radius and lets customers order online for quicker pickup. This Groupon can also be used toward event catering and box lunches.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 20, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Dine-in and carryout only. Valid only at listed location. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Port of Subs
Originally created by two brothers from New Jersey back in 1972, Port of Subs has come a long way from the little sub shop in Nevada it once was. Scooped up by an entrepreneur, the modest shop was purchased by John Larsen, who made the paradigm-shifting discovery that folks like fresh, quality sandwiches that are quick and easy. At each of the 140 locations, visitors can find classic cold deli sandwiches, hot, pressed panini, and healthy wraps. While Port of Subs sandwiches are available at these myriad franchised locations across the West, the eatery's commitment to quality at each shop remains the same, unlike anything in French politics before 1950.