Einstein Bros. Bagels offers two double-digit deals

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Einstein Bros. recently sent subscribers coupons for 25 percent off catering or in-store purchases.

Whether you want Einstein Bros. Bagels to cater your function or just a little something for yourself, you can save 25 percent with coupons available to subscribers of the bagel chain's web site.

The first coupon allows customers to save 25 percent on a catering order, whether it's online or over the phone at 1-800-BAGEL-ME. The coupon is valid for first-time catering orders only. There is a limit of one coupon per person, and can not be combined with other special offers or promotions.

The second coupon allows customers to save 25 percent on an in-store order. It does not cover Happy Hour, the $3.99 Bagel Combo or the $6.99 Grilled Cheese Combo. It does not cover catering or gift cards. There is a limit of one coupon per person, and it can not be combined with other promotions or special offers.

According to Einstein Bros., the first coupon expires on November 13 and the second coupon expires on November 5.

Einstein Bros. accepts coupons on mobile devices.

Nutritional information for most of the chain's offering is available on the company's web site, EinsteinBros.com. Allergen information is also available on the chain's web site.

Einstein Bros. has a Veg Out sandwich, which is vegetarian, and several other sandwiches can be made without meat. The chain does not have vegan options, although the web site reports that they are working to upgrade the menu.

As of 2012, there are 773 Einstein Bros. locations, according to Wikipedia. Founded in Golden, Colorado in 1995, Einstein Bros. was created by Boston Chicken (now Boston Market) as a way to sell breakfast foods. The chain is owned by Einstein and Noah Corp., which is a wholly owned subsidiary of Einstein Noah Restaurant Group, Inc., which was previously known as New World Restaurant Group. The company also owns Chesapeake Bagel Bakery, Manhattan Bagel, New World Coffee and Noah's Bagels.

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