Did you have a negative or positive experience and need to find the Arby’s customer service number? Whether you have suggestions or questions, there are several ways to contact Arby’s corporate office. Of course, if you would like to find the hours of your local restaurant, call them directly. If you have questions more corporate in nature, read on to discover the appropriate contact information.
Arby’s Customer Service Number
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Arby’s guest support number is 800-599-2729. The line is answered from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. CST.
Arby’s Email/Contact Form
Customers wishing to leave feedback about a dining experience can fill out a contact form located here: https://commentform.marketforce.com/commentform/arbys.aspx. You will be asked to provide the date and time you were served.
There does not seem to be any other public email address or contact form available for Arby’s customer care. Your best bet is to call or send messages via their social media accounts.
Arby’s Mailing Address
Send all written correspondence to Arby’s corporate headquarters in Atlanta.
1155 Perimeter Center West
Atlanta, GA 30338
Arby’s Live Chat
Arby’s does not offer a live chat service on their website. If you wish to chat about an Arby’s experience, it is suggested you go to your nearest location to talk with a manager.
Arby’s Support Website
Customers may want to visit Arby’s website for several reasons. First off, find the nearest restaurant location and hours by visiting here: https://arbys.com/contact-us. Discover which restaurants serve breakfast and receive driving directions to the restaurant from your current location.
Arby’s support website also allows you to build a meal, and then check that meal’s nutritional information. Find out the calories, fat, and cholesterol for each item on their menu – and then eat it anyway.
Of course, Arby’s complete menu is also available online. Read about the specific ingredients and preparation style for each food.
Arby’s Social Media Accounts
Learn more about your favorite restaurant by following the company on social media.
Arby’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arbys
Send messages to Arby’s customer service reps via Facebook. You are also able to see art created with Arby’s food and read odd comments customers write on this fast-food restaurant’s Facebook page. Seriously, some people have too much time on their hands.
Arby’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/arbys
Customers of Arby’s can Tweet to the restaurant, but you are unable to send a message to customer service reps. If you would like to watch a video of someone writing a haiku with ketchup packages, this is your scene.
Arby’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/arbys/
For more shenanigans involving Arby’s food, follow them on Instagram.
Arby’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/arby’s/Learn about the corporate side of Arby’s by visiting their LinkedIn page. Also, learn how Arby’s Foundation gives back to communities they serve.
Arby’s Google+: https://plus.google.com/+arbys
Check out more art made with Arby’s foods by following them on Google+.
Arby’s has more than 3,300 locations across the country. They are the second largest fast food sandwich chain after Subway.
They are known for their classic roast beef sandwich as well as their deli-style Market Fresh line. Customers also flock to Arby’s for their curly fries and Jamocha shakes.
There are international locations in Canada, Turkey, Qatar, Kuwait, and the United Arab Emirates.
The Raffel brothers of Ohio founded the restaurant in 1964. In fact, the name came from the initials of the two words – Raffel Brothers (RB). Arby’s was hoping to attract a more upscale clientele by charging more for their roast beef sandwich than a typical hamburger joint down the street.
Arby’s was one of the first fast-food chains to offer a “lite” menu for calorie-conscious customers.