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Subway's $3.50 Sub of the Day promotion

yus9 2,250 September 6, 2016 at 09:59 PM More Subway Deals
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6" Subway sandwich of the Day @ $3.50

Monday - Sweet Onion Chicken Teeiyaki
Tuesday - Oven Roasted Chicken
Wednesday - Turkey Breast
Thursday - Italian B.M.T
Friday - Tuna
Saturday - Black Forest Ham
Sunday - Meatball Marina

http://www.subway.com/en-us

Seems the same one footers of the day are $6.00.
Not sure.
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#2
Im never paying more than $5 for a footlong. Nice try Subway, nice try.
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Are there any in California?
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You could hand me a free coupon for subway and I wouldn't go. "hi. can I have a sweet chicken teriyaki"..."yes sir, what kind of meat would you like...and what veggies...and what kind of sauce would you like?" 5 minutes later I might have a sandwich. Jimmy Johns: "#10 please". "$7.50 please". here's your sandwich in 30 seconds. still fresh made and delicious.
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Got my free 6 inch sub today with T-Mobile Tuesdays App.
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Never ever ever buy the Chicken Teriyaki , that is one of the few meats(the other being Chipotle Chicken) exempt from the 2-day rule.

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Avoid: Chipotle Chicken and Teriyaki Chicken. Why? Chicken is given a two-day shelf life, once in the counter. However, these two [sandwiches] bypass this and get four days, and can get a little stinky.
The sauces help cover up the stink

http://www.esquire.com/food-drink...-to-order/
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Quote from magnovox00 View Post :
Im never paying more than $5 for a footlong. Nice try Subway, nice try.
my feeling exactly same
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Quote from magnovox00 View Post :
Im never paying more than $5 for a fooltongs.
Nice try Subway, nice try.
I remember $3 foot longs.

And five years ago in Taiwan, I'd get a 6" meatball
at the Subway located underground at Taipei 101 for $2.50 USD.

The good old days.
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#9
...doesn't really seem like that great of a deal to me.
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Quote from SaltyOne View Post :
Never ever ever buy the Chicken Teriyaki , that is one of the few meats(the other being Chipotle Chicken) exempt from the 2-day rule.



The sauces help cover up the stink

http://www.esquire.com/food-drink...-to-order/
honestly the chipotle I go to is so busy, I doubt their chicken lasts 2 days
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#11
Ripoff price. This should be $2 for 6" Subway sandwich.
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in about a year 40 % price hike less ingredientslighter bread..all while food prices have plummeted subway is crooked and all their food and tiny cookies and bags of chips and grossly overpriced pop...they can sink to hell
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At least you don't have to buy a pop to get the low price. All the two-fer coupons I see make you buy a beverage to get the good price.

(I still have a Sub Club card they refuse to redeem. Okay it's from the 90s!) Smilie
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#14
Didn't the price just hike up this month from the $2.99 sub of the day price?
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