Here’s how to get free noodles on National Noodle Day (October 6)


You can celebrate National Noodle Day with a bowl of free noodles from a Noodles and Company near you.

Nothing warms up a crisp autumn afternoon quite like a bowl of noodles from the restaurant chain that knows them best.

Noodles and Company “gets it.” Whether you’re hungry for familiar and comforting spaghetti or want to be more adventurous and go for a new variation of mac and cheese, you’ll find it on their menu.

Their noodle selections cater to anyone hungry for pasta — from simple buttered noodles to Buffalo Chicken macaroni and cheese to plenty of gluten-free options. Their zucchini and cauliflower noodles also offer a unique twist on beloved classics.

To celebrate National Noodle Day, Noodles and Company restaurants have a special offer for customers who purchase an entreé on October 6.

Any entré purchased on Sunday will come with a reward for a free small bowl of noodles  — or cauliflower noodles (“caulifoodles”) or zucchini noodles (“zoodles”) depending on your preference.

Even if you don’t get your free noodles on Sunday, you can come back and use your reward all the way through October 20 as long as you purchase an entreé on 10/6.

The best news of all? Even though this offer is only redeemable for a limited time, it’s available in restaurants nationwide. So wherever you are, if there is a Noodles & Company near you, purchasing a meal will get you a free bowl of the noodles of your choice.

This offer is exclusive to Noodles Rewards members — but signing up only takes a minute (really — I timed it).

If you’re not a member and don’t want to miss your chance to score delicious free carbs, become a Noodles Rewards member and head to your local Noodles and Company restaurant on Sunday to enjoy a good meal with family, friends, and the promise of free food (always the best kind of food).

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What’s your go-to noodle order? Have you tried caulifoodles? Please tell us if they’re as good as zoodles.