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[Subway] Subway APP-or online Buy-1 Get-1 Free Footlong

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[Subway] Subway APP-or online Buy-1 Get-1 Free Footlong

  1. Download the app (OR order online)
  2. Add 2 footlongs to cart
  3. On the checkout screen add promocode "FREEFOOTLONG"
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Good luck registering! Been broken for months. Why does it not smell like a bakery in their stores?
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TanyaB50363 wrote: Good luck registering! Been broken for months. Why does it not smell like a bakery in their stores?
Idk, registered fine and promo code works for me. Thanks OP!
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inb4 someone brings up the Subway chicken controversy but neglects to mention that:

-Subway had samples sent to two independent labs in Canada and did not come to the same conclusions as CBC

-DNA testing is not the proper method if you want to determine the proportion of chicken and soy in a product

-Subway is now pursuing a 210M defamation suit against CBC
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If you live downtown Vancouver, this is a recurring deal without the app - I think the local franchisees do this on their own. Locations on Granville strip and all over advertise "Buy one Get One any Footlong after 2 PM".

Places are still completely dead/no one in them, not even BOGO is worth it.
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FragmentsOfLife wrote: inb4 someone brings up the Subway chicken controversy but neglects to mention that:

-Subway had samples sent to two independent labs in Canada and did not come to the same conclusions as CBC

-DNA testing is not the proper method if you want to determine the proportion of chicken and soy in a product

-Subway is now pursuing a 210M defamation suit against CBC
subway submitting their selected ingredients to their own selected lab... lol
subway's lawsuit is just ambulance chasing and damage control and anyone (or company eg subway) can sue whatever for however much they want.

all your points don't really have anything meaning other than subway marketing and damage control

i mean using your "logic", subway is subject to multiple class action lawsuits right now for fake tuna, another lawsuit for the chicken fiasco etc..
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Their Buy 2 Get 1 Free deal just ended at the end of February. I guess they realized nobody wanted that deal so they decided to bring back the better deal for March. Grinning Face With Smiling Eyes
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been a long time since i've had subway ... I still hanker for a tuna from time to time
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oh...so unlike the previous deals, which applied automatically, they have a promo code this time, which someone may forget to add.
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sudesingh wrote: oh...so unlike the previous deals, which applied automatically, they have a promo code this time, which someone may forget to add.
Or a way for franchisee to opt out. Promo codes are always invalid at my nearby branches.
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miss_swan wrote: been a long time since i've had subway ... I still hanker for a tuna from time to time
I make a better sandwich at home lmao
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Subway just needs to go out of business. Complete trash.
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Leverage wrote: If you live downtown Vancouver, this is a recurring deal without the app - I think the local franchisees do this on their own. Locations on Granville strip and all over advertise "Buy one Get One any Footlong after 2 PM".

Places are still completely dead/no one in them, not even BOGO is worth it.
The store near me on west Broadway only advertises 2 for $14.99 during the weekends.
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u actually just need to go to the website

also u get another $1 off using Stack

mine was $6.8 for 2 footlongs
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You mean 2 11". Their bread (cake) can be squeezed into a tennis ball. All fluff...hungry an hour later....and thirsty from all the sodium and nitrates.
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FragmentsOfLife wrote: inb4 someone brings up the Subway chicken controversy but neglects to mention that:

-Subway had samples sent to two independent labs in Canada and did not come to the same conclusions as CBC

-DNA testing is not the proper method if you want to determine the proportion of chicken and soy in a product

-Subway is now pursuing a 210M defamation suit against CBC
I boycott Subway because they are wasting my tax money suing CBC. (On top of their garbage product). You are literally giving money to someone that's suing you for your money. You are indirectly funding the lawsuit against yourself.
I don't even care which is true, I don't necessarily think CBC's testing is the most appropriate but I don't trust anything Subway submits either. F them, hope they go bankrupt.
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StatsGuy wrote: subway submitting their selected ingredients to their own selected lab... lol
subway's lawsuit is just ambulance chasing and damage control and anyone (or company eg subway) can sue whatever for however much they want.

all your points don't really have anything meaning other than subway marketing and damage control

i mean using your "logic", subway is subject to multiple class action lawsuits right now for fake tuna, another lawsuit for the chicken fiasco etc..
It is possible Subway could have used different samples, but I don't find it likely since anyone could get a sample from Subway and send it off to a lab for proper testing, including CBC. The labs aren't random cherrypicked labs either. You can search it up, Maxxam Analytics in Ontario, and Elisa Technologies in Florida.

This still doesn't change the fact that CBC contracted a wildlife research centre at Trent University to measure DNA content, which cannot be equated to the actual soy and chicken content. Not only that, CBC has refused to publish their testing methodology, which is a huge red flag. The proper way quantify soy and chicken content is using a protein assay.

Maybe Subway's chicken isn't 100% chicken, but CBC didn't do the proper research to come to that conclusion. This isn't the first time The Marketplace published sensationalized articles.

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This is why u don't buy chicken from any place unless it's still recognizable like a chicken wing!

Also the chicken they use on the sub doesn't look so appetizing so best to Just order a veggie sub

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