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Subway.com [Store Locator] is offering Buy One Footlong Sub, Get One Footlong Sub Free when you add a Quantity of 2 subs to your cart and apply promo code FREEFOOTLONG for ordering online or via the Subway Mobile App (iOS or Android).

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Subway has their B1G1 footlong promo going on again with promo code FREEFOOTLONG. Valid until 9/3/21

https://www.subway.com/en-us
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rtpguru101 asked this question on 07-13-2021 at 11:14 AM
07-13-2021 at 01:08 PM
Yes, as separate orders.

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I might be in for a BOGO were they not $10+. Better off with a full price or discounted J John's or J Mikes.
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Do you really think it cost them $10 or even $5 to make one footlong?
You should do some research on the breakdown of food cost, operating cost and labor, fact is there's an upper limit for how many sandwich a worker can output per hour, and then you pay them the hourly wage. Obviously it doesn't cost them $10, but when you really do the math, you realize Subway independent owner doesn't earn that much considering $/ time/ opportunity cost...
I can tell you with certainty they cannot make money if they keep selling $5 subway in the long run, I'm sure someone will still complain when they do buy 1 get 2 free...
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Fake tuna... fake bread... "chicken" is 30% chicken... The only thing I get there is the steak sandwich... Probably not real either...
Their breakfast is quite good tho actually... but I never get full at Subway... Hence the BOGO deals they do every few months... fill up on fake bread...
Lol wth? What's 30% chicken?
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It's not tuna bro
Monica!!!
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In 4 2 fake Tuna. Yum
Not sure if you are being sarcastic, I don't wanna get into the science of those PCR tuna DNA thing, but don't believe in everything you read in 1 single non-scientific article
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How does that math even work into a net positive?

If say you lose $1 per B1G1 free, you lose $1 from that B1G1 free sale. However if you sold 1000 subs at a B1G1 free, you'll lose $1 x 1000 so you'll be losing $1000 for that higher volume sale
Selling the sub at b1g1 is not the only sale the store will make. Gaining volume of sales will lead to more drink sales, chips, full-priced sandwiches, etc.
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How does that math even work into a net positive?

If say you lose $1 per B1G1 free, you lose $1 from that B1G1 free sale. However if you sold 1000 subs at a B1G1 free, you'll lose $1 x 1000 so you'll be losing $1000 for that higher volume sale
It's an old vaudeville joke.
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How do the stores make any money when it's B1G1 free for six weeks?
The average cost for Subway on a $5 footlong is about $2.50, so they are still making money. My guess is they are trying to bring people in the door after the whole tuna salad debacle they went through.
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What happened to $5 foot long, this isn't a deal this used to be normal price.
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Lab test: No tuna in the tuna?
https://www.abc6.com/something-fi...andwiches/

"According to the lab tests, the tuna was either so heavily processed that the DNA wasn't identifiable, or that no tuna at all was used."

Where's Jackie Chiles when you really need him?
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We lose money on each one, but we make it up in volume.
math works out, so.... yeah
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I was a huge fan of their crab salad sandwich. It's too bad they don't have it anymore.
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You should do some research on the breakdown of food cost, operating cost and labor, fact is there's an upper limit for how many sandwich a worker can output per hour, and then you pay them the hourly wage. Obviously it doesn't cost them $10, but when you really do the math, you realize Subway independent owner doesn't own that much considering $/ time/ opportunity cost...
I can tell you with certainty they cannot make money if they keep selling $5 subway in the long run, I'm sure someone will still complain when they do buy 1 get 2 free...
It is virtually impossible for the franchise owners to make money at $5 or less per footlong. Even $5 for 6 inch and they are probably still barely going black. If I was on the board of directors, I would completely abandon all unpopular menu choices except for the best sellers. I will then add in specialty copycat like Vietnamese, Jimmy J, Panera then completely eradicate dine-in options and make everyone pickup/delivery only to deal with the issue of rising wages and consumer dining behavior changes. This cuts cost and also gives a much needed jolt to this tired brand.
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How do the stores make any money when it's B1G1 free for six weeks?
Thiere subs cost at most $2 to make a food long.
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