[Expired] Panera Bread: Free Flatbread Pizza + 3 Months Coffee Subscription

The Offer

Direct link to offer

  • Sign up at the direct link above (pg good everyday), then redeem 25 points for 3-Month MyPanera+ Coffee Subscription + Free Flatbread Pizza

The Fine Print

  • For new subscribers that sign up for a MyPanera+ Coffee subscription (“Sub”) through 3/31/21 receive 3 free mos of Sub.
  • Must be a MyPanera member and at least 18 to register. Reg available online only including Kiosk. You may cancel at any time.
  • If you do not cancel either before your renewal date or after the expiration of any free trial offer, your credit card will automatically be charged $8.99 plus tax for the monthly Sub and will be charged on a recurring monthly basis every 30 days thereafter until you cancel your Sub. To cancel Sub online, visit www.panerabread.com/MyPaneraCoffee or on the Panera Bread app.
  • Sub ltd to hot coffee, hot tea, iced coffee once every 2 hrs + unlimited refills. Excl iced tea, cold brew iced coffee, espresso, cappuccino bevs.
  • Customizations incl added Espresso & Syrups not incl in the Sub monthly price.
  • Upcharges apply.
  • Visit panerabread.com/deliveryinfo for delivery details.
  • No cash back unless req by law. Other restrictions apply.

Our Verdict

Nice little freebie, looks like you can’t have done the coffee deal before to be eligible.

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Aidan
Aidan
I Duddits
I Duddits

Looks like they removed the Panera reward.

DailyGrindIt
DailyGrindIt

How do you redeem for panera? It’s nowhere to be found in the redemption list..

Midnight
Midnight

I cant sign up for p and g the button doesn’t work….

K
K

Did not work for me in Safari either, worked in Chrome

Jacob
Jacob

Same issue here. I think it ended early. I don’t see it listed on the Rewards page either.

♥V♡Y♥
♥V♡Y♥

I tried the Chipotle Chicken & Bacon Flatbread today for lunch and then a few hours later the Pepperoni one using a second code.

The Chipotle Chicken & Bacon Flatbread was basically a Costco chicken bake and is probably the best option. My second was supposed to be a Margherita, but the understaffed and undersupplied shopping mall food court Panera near me turned it into a disgusting Pepperoni Flatbread which was made with buffalo sauce instead of tomato sauce.

I was thinking about going back to try the other three tomorrow, but I’m going to see how I feel after shitting out that disgusting pepperoni before deciding.

Thanks, P&G/DoC ♡

ieatdogfood
ieatdogfood

I thought this flatbread pizza was great! A better price point would have been $4.99 to compete with the subway 11 inch. Only took two to fill me up.

EDIT: William Charles Chuck Why is this comment awaiting moderation?

Akohler
Akohler

You don’t need to sign up for the Panera Plus account to get the free flatbread. I just used the promo code that P&G emailed when I placed an ordered online. Now I don’t have to remember to cancel the Panera account in 3 months:)

B
B

Question… a free sub every day or 1 time for signing up, the term is not exactly clear…

Marilyn Hugue
Marilyn Hugue

Google My Panera Plus

Stevenee
Stevenee

You use the promo code that P&G issues you for the free pizza.

Justin
Justin

The pizza is fire, be sure to use PANERA4 code on it as well.

Dan M.
Dan M.

lol do they pay you $4 in this case?

Justin
Justin

the $4 would apply to other items. It really depends, their promo system is glitchy and you can stack stuff sometimes.

Marilyn Hugue
Marilyn Hugue

God, you’re stoopid. This pizza is already free with the P&G code, so additional promo codes will do nothing. Panera also doesn’t allow promo code stacking.

Stop misleading everyone with nonsense.

Teresa Henning
Teresa Henning

Dont be mean have a happy day

ieatdogfood
ieatdogfood

I think I understand what you are trying to say now. Rewards ARE stackable, Promo Codes are NOT stackable. This is a promo code so it wouldn’t work in this case.

ieatdogfood
ieatdogfood

I can only add one promo code at a time. It forces me to remove it to add another one.