What A Bagel What A Bagel: 6 FREE Bagels on March 21! Get 6 FREE Bagels on March 21!

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Mark your calendars, cancel your meetings and gather five of your friends, because What A Bagel is giving six FREE bagels to everyone on Tuesday, March 21!

Perfect for sharing or hoarding, simply visit any What A Bagel location on March 21 to receive this freebie -- click here to find the location nearest you. No purchase is necessary to get this freebie.

Historically, What A Bagel's free bagel event draws large crowds and long lineups, so be sure to visit early if you don't want to wait too long for your free bagels.

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    • when i saw the lineup last year i just walked away and said nope

      way too busy and not worth it
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    • ManCaveGamer wrote:
      Mar 10th, 2017 1:15 am
      when i saw the lineup last year i just walked away and said nope

      way too busy and not worth it
      That plus their locations map in the GTA is hilarious. Despite having a dozen or so locations, it's as if they think the only people who like bagels live on or near Bathurst St.
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    • toguy wrote:
      Mar 10th, 2017 3:45 am
      That plus their locations map in the GTA is hilarious. Despite having a dozen or so locations, it's as if they think the only people who like bagels live on or near Bathurst St.
      Are you really this dense?
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    • exiledinottawa wrote:
      Mar 11th, 2017 1:17 pm
      Are you really this dense?
      Is your knowledge of the English language that limited that you are not able to refute that statement with a proper argument? Please explain, o wise one, otherwise, troll somewhere else...
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    • all locations participating ?
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    • Lasted year, my mom and I went pass by What a Bagel and decided to stop. We went in and out less than 10 minutes.
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    • ManCaveGamer wrote:
      Mar 10th, 2017 1:15 am
      when i saw the lineup last year i just walked away and said nope

      way too busy and not worth it
      Same for Crispy Creme, the line up at out to the door.
      The word FREE is too powerful.
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    • toguy wrote:
      Mar 11th, 2017 6:07 pm
      ...
      There is a concentration of bagel shops along Bathurst because its predominately Jewish. That is where their core customer base is.
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    • eLiguL wrote:
      Mar 12th, 2017 4:08 pm
      There is a concentration of bagel shops along Bathurst because its predominately Jewish. That is where their core customer base is.
      I get that, and if they want to be a specialty place/best in Toronto with one or two locations, that's one thing, but they have about a dozen shops in that area. If you look at other bagel chains, they tend to be more geographically spread out across the GTA.
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    • toguy wrote:
      Mar 11th, 2017 6:07 pm
      Is your knowledge of the English language that limited that you are not able to refute that statement with a proper argument? Please explain, o wise one, otherwise, troll somewhere else...
      For someone named "Toguy" you certainly don't know your city. Instead of looking like a fool, maybe study your city

      (Bathurst street is known for it's Jewish residents)
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    • whataicecream wrote:
      Mar 12th, 2017 2:16 am
      Lasted year, my mom and I went pass by What a Bagel and decided to stop. We went in and out less than 10 minutes.
      It really depends on the location and time of day. I've been to one where the line-up was 10 minutes outside and then a wait for them to make the bagels, but there was another location with almost no line-up and unless you wanted a particular variety of bagel, no wait either.
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    • the one at 130 Spadina had like 100 people or so
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    • Derp thought this was yesterday, but turns out today. Oh well.
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    • my mom went to 3 different stores 😂
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