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Promoted 12-29-2015 by RevOne at 03:06 PM View Original Post
Subway.com [Store Locator] is offering their 6" Subway Classic Sub w/ Purchase of Any 30oz. Soft Drink for Free when you Subscribe to their SMS/Text Weekly Offer Program by following the instructions listed below. Thanks ethanhunt1236

Note: it may take several hours to receive your coupon link and participation may vary depending on location. You may opt out of SMS offer anytime by replying "STOP" to 782929
  1. Click here to sign up for weekly text offers from Subway (phone number & zip code required)
  2. You will then get a confirmation text on your smartphone from Subway
  3. Respond with a "Y"
  4. Your coupon link for a Free 6" Classic Sub w/ Purchase of Any 30oz. Soft Drink will be sent to you
  5. Visit your local participating Subway location and redeem your offer.
    • Note, only press redeem during the purchase process in the presence of the cashier

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Offer valid while supplies last. Additional charges for extras and deluxe. May not be combined with other offers coupons or discounts. Msg & data rates may apply -qwikwit

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Yeah.... I did google it. But on subways site nothing is listed with a heading of classic, so no need to be rude. Oh wait, this is the Internet. That's all people do here.
Pretty much all subs are classic. Classi refers to a sub with the normal amount of meat. This term was put in when they introduced the deluxe sub(50% more meat). When you go into a store all the subs can be ordered as a classic, or deluxe. I used the coupon on a Chicken Bacon, and on a Steak & Cheese. It should work on any type of sub with the normal amount of meat option.
Their spokesman told me that the really young ones don't...
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Kind of misleading because it's a classic sub only. No premium subs.
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can't do this again if you did the "offers" text a few weeks back
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there's a star wars contest that ends on dec. 31. u can submit your receipt online to be entered. I spend $2 at subway and won a footlong e gift card for $6.75.
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What subs are considered "classic" subs?
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How much is 30oz. drink?
Is there a limit how many I can buy? 6 inches is very short. Girls will laugh at you if you show 6 inches.
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Last edited by xxxHolic December 29, 2015 at 09:47 AM
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Quote from Jebusfreek666 View Post :
What subs are considered "classic" subs?
Let me google that for you. [lmgtfy.com]
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Yeah.... I did google it. But on subways site nothing is listed with a heading of classic, so no need to be rude. Oh wait, this is the Internet. That's all people do here.
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what do I reply back to the text message I got from subway?
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Quote from Jebusfreek666 View Post :
Yeah.... I did google it. But on subways site nothing is listed with a heading of classic, so no need to be rude. Oh wait, this is the Internet. That's all people do here.
I dont think the link above includes only classics, I'm pretty sure the BMT is not a classic sub.

Might be be first box that includes veggie delight,ham, etc. on this link but not 100% sure
https://www.subway.com/Menu/PDFS/...A_Menu.pdf

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what do I reply back to the text message I got from subway?
text "Y"
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says sorry we do not recognize your keyword. please try again.
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Pretty much all subs are classic. Classi refers to a sub with the normal amount of meat. This term was put in when they introduced the deluxe sub(50% more meat). When you go into a store all the subs can be ordered as a classic, or deluxe. I used the coupon on a Chicken Bacon, and on a Steak & Cheese. It should work on any type of sub with the normal amount of meat option.
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Quote from xxxHolic View Post :
How much is 30oz. drink?
Is there a limit how many I can buy? 6 inches is very short. Girls will laugh at you if you show 6 inches.
$1.80 in my area. And girls are going to laugh at you for eating subway anyway, no matter how long it is.

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Huh? The the entire world is rude and filled with people just looking to be asses, much like yourself? That's a fairly bleak outlook. And what makes you think I live in a "backwater community"? I guess a major metropolitan area is Hicksville? Don't really care what you have to say, but not sure why you would want to live your life with so much hate. You must lead a sad little life......
Lol, learn how to use the internet. Then learn how to reply properly on forums.
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