Noodles & Company Spices Up Gift Giving Season With New Hot & Saucy Holiday Box And Gift Card Bonuses

Gift set offers guest first-ever chance to purchase the Company's famous spice blend and hot sauce;

The Company also announces the return of its Holiday Gift Card Promotion, where a $5 Gift Giver Bonus Card comes with every $25 gift card purchase

BROOMFIELD, Colo., Nov. 14, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The holiday season just got a little spicier with sweet offerings from Noodles & Company (Nasdaq:NDLS), serving classic noodle and pasta dishes from its globally inspired World Kitchen. The Company today announced it will for the first time ever sell its famous, proprietary Smolder from Boulder spice mix and Sriracha sauce for $5 each or together in its exclusive Hot & Saucy Holiday Box. The Holiday Box is the perfect option for guests looking to put a delicious spin on holiday gift giving, and is available in restaurants exclusively through December 31 for $10.  

"Our Smolder from Boulder and Sriracha are guest favorites, and we constantly hear them ask how they can get their hands on a bottle to bring home. This being the season of giving, we are thrilled to be able to exclusively offer them for purchase for the very first time," said Jonathan Tress, Vice President of Marketing at Noodles & Company. "To go one step further, we wanted to allow guests to give the gift of deliciousness times two by pairing both together in our special Hot & Saucy Holiday Box. It's a sure-fire way to spice up any holiday gift giving routine."

For even more holiday cheer, the Company also announced the return of its popular Gift Giver Bonus Card promotion. Now through December 31, for every $25 gift card purchased, guests will receive a $5 Gift Giver Bonus Card, eligible to be redeemed between now and January 16, 2017. As an added bonus, the special Hot & Saucy Holiday Box also includes a gift card holder allowing guests to add even more Noodles love to their holiday gift.

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