Get free coffee, food when Butler County’s newest Panera Bread opens TUESDAY

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A new Panera is planned for West Chester?€˜s Beckett Ridge area along Ohio 747.

Credit: DaytonDailyNews

Panera’s newest bakery-café in Butler County is set to open at 6 a.m. Tuesday in West Chester Twp.

The new location at 8210 Marketplace Drive, just off Ohio 747/Princeton-Glendale Road, features a drive-thru, a patio and kiosk ordering stations.

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A grand opening event Tuesday, April 24, will feature these giveaways:

  • Free coffee giveaway: Beginning at 10 a.m., the first 500 dine-in customers will receive a free travel mug and two weeks of free coffee with any purchase, and the chance to win bread for a year or You-Pick-Two meals for a year
  • Free phone accessory giveaway: Also beginning at 10 a.m., the first 200 drive-thru customers will receive a free Panera Bread car vent cell phone holder.
  • Free $5 gift card with the purchase a You-Pick-Two menu item.

Here are the deals for Wednesday, April 25:

  • Scratch-off card: Between 7 and 9 a.m., anyone who purchases a New Brioche Breakfast Sandwich will receive a scratch-off card with exclusive offers and prizes.
  • Free $5 gift card with the purchase of a You-Pick-Two menu item
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Delivery deals

  • 50 percent off: The café is also offering 50 percent off online ordering to anyone in the delivery zone who orders Rapid Pick-Up or delivery to their home or office through the Panera Bread app or at www.panerabread.com and uses the code "50BECKETTD" at check-out during the first week post-opening. Delivery requires a minimum order of $5, with the addition of a $3 delivery charge.

Giving back

  • As part of the grand opening celebration, $1 of each specially-designated $5 gift card redeemed in the first two weeks post-opening will be donated to Reach Out Lakota. In addition, all funds collected in the register coin canisters through May 31 will also be given back to the local non-profit.

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