There's still time to celebrate Milk District eatery Pom Pom's anniversary with bargains all week


  • Photo courtesy Pom Pom's Teahouse & Sandwicheria/Facebook
Milk District sandwich haven Pom Pom's Teahouse & Sandwicheria has been celebrating their 15th anniversary with 15 days of bargains since the tail end of December, and there are still approximately a week's worth of deals and promotions left for us late starters.

Here's the final stretch, starting today:

Tuesday, Jan. 5: The first 15 people in the door get a free $15 gift certificate with $15 (or more) purchase
Wednesday, Jan. 6: The City of Orlando will declare today Pom Pom’s Day!
Thursday, Jan. 7: 15% off vegan sandwiches
Friday, Jan. 8: Free gift with food or drink purchase
Saturday, Jan. 9: 15% of proceeds from the day's lunch service will be donated to the OnePulse Foundation

Pom Pom's is located at 67 N. Bumby Ave. Follow their social media for more deal details. (Dealtails?)

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Posted by Pom Pom's Teahouse & Sandwicheria on Thursday, December 24, 2020

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