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[Subway] $2 Off Footlong (Code: 2OFF) Or Free Footlong With Purchase of Footlong and Drink (Code: FOOTLONG) - YMMV (In App)

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Jan 15, 2019
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[Subway] $2 Off Footlong (Code: 2OFF) Or Free Footlong With Purchase of Footlong and Drink (Code: FOOTLONG) - YMMV (In App)

Got an email from Subway with these offers. As the title says, you can get $2 off a footlong with the code 2OFF. You can get a free footlong when you buy a footlong and a drink with the code FOOTLONG.

Not the best deal, but it's something.

It may also be an Alberta only offer, not sure. Only through the app.

Expiry: May 2, 2021
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Jr. Member
Jul 29, 2020
141 posts
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Try FREEFOOTLONG still works for me. (Toronto)
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Newbie
Jan 15, 2019
17 posts
98 upvotes
droopytrash wrote: Try FREEFOOTLONG still works for me. (Toronto)
Doesn't work for me (Alberta). That promo only lasted around a week for me.
Sr. Member
Sep 24, 2004
868 posts
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Scarborough
droopytrash wrote: Try FREEFOOTLONG still works for me. (Toronto)
FREEFOOTLONG Code expired (Toronto), however the FOOTLONG worked
Sr. Member
Nov 21, 2017
970 posts
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Surrey BC
Works in Surrey . Shows up on the app as a promo.
Member
Dec 20, 2006
421 posts
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York
FOOTLONG doesn't work in Toronto anymore
Deal Expert
Jun 30, 2006
19110 posts
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Toronto
When you increase prices, reduce quality and skimp on toppings.
Member
Dec 17, 2017
271 posts
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Yeah the shitty part is the franchise owners are at the mercy of subway corporate. They get suckered into buying a franchise with dreams of making xxxx dollars then subway opens another subway down to street. You cannibalizes your profits but it benefits subway corporate because now they have another royalty fee stream and give two cents that you are now making even or less and your life savings are sunk into it. It’s sad and they have been left behind.


carmaster wrote: When you increase prices, reduce quality and skimp on toppings.

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