- We’ve noticed that this question has been popping up a lot lately, and to be honest, we’re not surprised. Arby’s used to have the best deals but they really don’t anymore.
- Still, we understand why you might want to know what Arby’s happy hour is like before heading out for dinner or lunch:
1.What time are Arby’s sliders $1?
They’re only on the menu during specific hours of the day. Sliders aren’t part of Arby’s everyday Happy Hour.
However, they do participate in it at select times of the year and sometimes only for a limited time; you’ll want to keep an eye on their social media and website (and this article) to find out when you can get Arby’s sliders for $1.
The only thing on the regular (i.e. non-Happy Hour) $1 menu is a junior roast beef sandwich and curly fries. That means if you want any other food item on the menu, you’ll have to pay a little extra.
3.What deals are at Arby’s right now?
Arby’s usually has their regular 2 for $5 meals during Happy Hour, but they also offer a double cheeseburger with a drink and a side for just 3 bucks on special occasions.
You can find out more by reading this article: Arby’s $3 Meal For 3 Bucks, Here’s How To Get It
Arby’s Limited Time OFFER
4.Does Arby’s still have 5 Classics for $10?
Yes! However, it’s only good on Mondays and Tuesdays after 4 p.m. If you want to take advantage of this deal, you’ll need to print out a coupon and bring it with you.
5.Does Arby’s have 2 for 6?
You can get two junior roast beef sandwiches or two chicken sandwiches for $6 at Arby’s anytime, not just during Happy Hour.
However, they don’t advertise this deal like they used to (and it doesn’t appear on their website). The best way to find out is by checking their website and/or social media accounts.
6.How much is an Arby’s roast beef sandwich?
This depends on the location. While premium roast beef sandwiches start at around $6 to $7, a regular one can cost as much as $8 or even a little more in some places. If you’re on a budget, we suggest looking for the $1 sliders.
7.Are Arby’s sliders still $1?
Just as with roast beef sandwiches, this depends on where you live. Sliders are only part of Arby’s specials during certain times of the year, so it can be hard to find out for sure unless you’re checking Arby’s website or social media accounts.
8.Why is Arby’s so expensive?
The simple answer here is because they can. If you stop by during Happy Hour, however, at least some of your items are likely to be significantly less expensive than usual.
That means there are at least some deals to be had even if the prices seem high on the whole.
9.Does Arby’s have a senior discount?
Not that we’re aware of. If they do, it won’t be advertised unless you can find a coupon for it.
Make sure to check their website and social media accounts if you want to take advantage of any deals going on right now before going out to eat.
Arby’s is currently having a Deals of the Week promotion where you can get items at prices that are worth taking advantage of.
You can also find out about their deals on Mondays and Tuesdays, but it may take some searching on your part to figure out what they are.
Hope this gives you everything you need to know about Arby’s daily deals, Happy Hour specials, and other promotional events.
We also hope that you’ve found the answers to any questions you might have had. If you still don’t see an answer to your question here or in the comments section, please let us know so we can update this guide accordingly.
Arby’s regularly participates in special deals and discounts, but these can change at any time. You might want to check their website and social media accounts before going out to eat if you know what you’d like ahead of time.
If you’re not sure, however, the best thing to do is simply show up and be flexible.
Lastly, we can’t stress enough that prices tend to get significantly higher if you don’t take advantage of Happy Hour specials or Deals of the Week.
In some cases, a junior roast beef sandwich can cost over $7 without these deals! If you think the prices are too high, just wait for a good offer to come along.