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Lunch is served with new deals from Subway, where new in-app coupons are available now.

In-app offers may vary depending on your location – simply open the Subway app (Android, iOS) and tap Deals to find all coupons available in your region.

  • Get a Crispy Chicken Sidekick sandwich for $3.99 (online orders only, no promo code required)
  • Get a refreshed footlong for $9.49 with promo code 949FTL
  • Get select footlongs for $7.79 with promo code 779FTL
  • $2.00 off any footlong with promo code 2OFF
  • $2.00 off any Signature Rice Bowl with promo code BOWL2
  • Buy any 6-inch sub with a drink, get a second 6-inch sub for $2.00 with promo code TWODOLLAR
  • Get two Sidekick sandwiches for $5.00 with promo code 2FOR5

These in-app offers are effective until February 12 at participating Subway restaurants in Canada, with a limit of one coupon per order – click here to find the location nearest you.

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    • On the subway app right now there's an add to get a free 6 inch when you buy a $25 gift card. Went there yesterday, ordered a 6 inch, and when I asked to buy the $25 gift card to get the 6 inch for free they refused to honour it so I walked out. Free sandwich for one of their employees I guess. What a complete waste of time.
      At least they wasted their time and supplies as well not just your time...but it is BS nonetheless.
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    • Go in make your order then bring up the coupon. If they do not honour it walk. Let them have a few free Sammy’s on the house. Maybe they will reconsider.
      On the subway app right now there's an add to get a free 6 inch when you buy a $25 gift card. Went there yesterday, ordered a 6 inch, and when I asked to buy the $25 gift card to get the 6 inch for free they refused to honour it so I walked out. Free sandwich for one of their employees I guess. What a complete waste of time.
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    • Got the mailer a few days ago. Vancouver. Same prices as in the original post.
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    • this is a great deal for all the public servants returning back to the office 😂
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    • The $4 price is probably the $6 footlong Egg Ham Sub with a $2 off coupon, there is a Toronto location (843 QUEEN ST W) that has it for $6, although with the new online system, not sure if that location participates in the $2 off coupon.Capture.PNG
      That person's screenshot has a 15% tax rate so it's in Quebec or the Atlantic provinces.
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    • The $4 price is probably the $6 footlong Egg Ham Sub with a $2 off coupon, there is a Toronto location (843 QUEEN ST W) that has it for $6, although with the new online system, not sure if that location participates in the $2 off coupon.Capture.PNG
      Thanks for this. You may have solved it.
      This location did accept the $2 off coupon.

      The Egg Ham Sub was $6 as mentioned (although not able to order as not breakfast hours). My location was $8.30
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    • Now you're just taking a piss...Either post the location/receipt or stop bragging. At this point I'm sure you're simply trolling and the sub wasn't 4$. Guy clearly asked where you got it, he didn't need a picture of your lunch.
      The $4 price is probably the $6 footlong Egg Ham Sub with a $2 off coupon, there is a Toronto location (843 QUEEN ST W) that has it for $6, although with the new online system, not sure if that location participates in the $2 off coupon.
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    • A bit salty ?
      Now you're just taking a piss...Either post the location/receipt or stop bragging. At this point I'm sure you're simply trolling and the sub wasn't 4$. Guy clearly asked where you got it, he didn't need a picture of your lunch.
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    • So I do I min-max these sub-par coupons in order to make my local greedy subway loose as much money as possible?
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    • A bit salty ?
      What's the point in keep talking about your $4 sub if you're not willing to share the location? This is the weirdest flex ever. If keeping this secret about a $4 sub is the best part of your day, good for you & keep on trucking. RFD is about sharing deals with one another, not bragging about your $4 sub but every time someone asks you the location, you refuse to divulge. Maybe you're just photoshopping the price for all we know. At this point I would even guess you're an employee or something
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    • The reason they do that is Head Office puts out these deals and the cost factor is put on the local store. In other words, the owner takes a hit on the discounts. With the cost of goods increasing at unseen rates, most of these deals result in a loss, which the franchisee has to eat.
      an Egyptian lady ran a subway with her kids at mavis and dundas in mississauga around 2005/2006 and mondays weres $5 foot long steak and cheese , she said she lost money but corporate told her she had to have the deals

      the location also had all you can eat, no sharing and no takeout, 6 inch sub and keep going up for more , any sub, it was $12 +tax , long gone now
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    • A few Subway threads where you post this but whenever people ask which location, you never share. Just weird that you post this but unwilling to share the location
      A bit salty ?
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    • Where did those 2 for 1 coupons go???
      You have to pick a store location that participates in the 2 for 1 Coupon

      Looks like the stores can now choose to not participate in any coupon deal in the online ordering system, the price is jacked up for the locations that do participate in the online coupon and they added the annoying tipping system. I guess it's the end of cheap subway subs for me.
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    • Slightly off topic but we went to subway on Wednesday, they told us sub of the day is no longer a thing... Is that true? Luckily i had a 2OFF coupon in app so it's almost the same thing but it looks like Subway is in serious cost cutting mode if true
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    • I stopped going to Subway when they killed off the sub of the day. Plus my location seemed to always have stale bread, so I wasn’t enjoying them anyway.
      I’ve cut down on my overall fast food intake about 90% in the past year, mainly because of unjustified price increases. Paying $15 for a fast food meal…uh no.
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    • Where did those 2 for 1 coupons go???
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    • My regular location put up signs at the order counter saying they’re no longer accepting these coupons. I’ve decided I won’t be accepting their terms and will take my business elsewhere.
      Go in make your order then bring up the coupon. If they do not honour it walk. Let them have a few free Sammy’s on the house. Maybe they will reconsider.
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    • Remember when footlongs were only $5?
      There is one who can still get them.

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    • I'm pretty much done with Subway after they served me the world's smallest portion of week old lettuce that had gone slimy last time.

      Yes I know, lettuce "shortage", but there's no excuse for it. I used to choke down their nasty bread & "meat-flavoured" schmeat cause it was cheap, but it's almost $10 for the old classic subs now - There's not much value there when I can just go to the local deli and get a real sandwich for the same price...
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    • How about 4$
      A few Subway threads where you post this but whenever people ask which location, you never share. Just weird that you post this but unwilling to share the location
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    • Everyone mentioned Subway Corporate greed...not sure where you got the owner greed comments.
      The guys were talking about the owner who does not accept coupons, & about the loss & less profits for that owner.
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    • A foot long sandwich at $9.49 results in a loss? Sure.

      Ron.
      You would probably be surprised what it costs. I have no idea if it's $9.49 or not, but I know it's more than people think:

      A Subway sandwich is far more than the sum of its fillings, franchisee Keith Miller says.

      Those ingredients cost roughly $2. Then he pays labor. Electricity. Gas. Royalties. Credit card transaction fees. Rent.

      All told, Miller, who owns three Subway franchises in Northern California, says it costs him well over $4 to produce one of Subway’s foot-long subs.


      https://www.washingtonpost.com/business ... story.html

      The article is quoting the cost in USD and from 2017.
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    • Neither am I, just pointing out that some may be misinformed about how greedy Subway owners are. People are making it out like these Subway owners are swimming in money by saying corporate greed, truth is most of them don't make much at all, so I don't blame them. People are talking about greed & profits, most of these Subway owners do not know about profits LOL. On the other hand, if they don't accept coupons I won't buy from them either. So no, I'm not crying for them, just pointing out the misinformation
      Everyone mentioned Subway Corporate greed...not sure where you got the owner greed comments.
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    • You're making it sound as if they(owners) were forced to buy a subway franchise and it wasn't simply a bad way to invest hundreds of thousands of dollars. Yeah, I'm not shedding any tears...
      Neither am I, just pointing out that some may be misinformed about how greedy Subway owners are. People are making it out like these Subway owners are swimming in money by saying corporate greed, truth is most of them don't make much at all, so I don't blame them. People are talking about greed & profits, most of these Subway owners do not know about profits LOL. On the other hand, if they don't accept coupons I won't buy from them either. So no, I'm not crying for them, just pointing out the misinformation
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    • Its not a loss but I understand the point the guy was making. There are lots of articles about how little Subway franchise owners make, Subway head office really makes it hard for these individual franchise owners to thrive. Subway locations are often put up for sale, & its no coincidence. Its basically as bad as it gets when it comes to owning a worldwide well known brand of food. A lot of these Subway owners are basically slaving away for close to minimum wage, its completely different than owning a McDonalds for example where the owners all make a lot (to be fair, McDonald's franchises cost like 10x the amount as Subway)

      Subway has the highest fees of any franchise in QSR (quick service restaurant) sector for royalty & ad fund. Combine with the fact they have no rules about how far locations need to be away from each other (eg your biggest competitor is another nearby Subway). They wanna open as many as possible & do not care if there is enough demand to support 2 or 3 subways all within a super close distance of each other
      You're making it sound as if they(owners) were forced to buy a subway franchise and it wasn't simply a bad way to invest hundreds of thousands of dollars. Yeah, I'm not shedding any tears...
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    • Its not a loss but I understand the point the guy was making. There are lots of articles about how little Subway franchise owners make, Subway head office really makes it hard for these individual franchise owners to thrive. Subway locations are often put up for sale, & its no coincidence. Its basically as bad as it gets when it comes to owning a worldwide well known brand of food. A lot of these Subway owners are basically slaving away for close to minimum wage, its completely different than owning a McDonalds for example where the owners all make a lot (to be fair, McDonald's franchises cost like 10x the amount as Subway)

      Subway has the highest fees of any franchise in QSR (quick service restaurant) sector for royalty & ad fund. Combine with the fact they have no rules about how far locations need to be away from each other (eg your biggest competitor is another nearby Subway). They wanna open as many as possible & do not care if there is enough demand to support 2 or 3 subways all within a super close distance of each other
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    • Loss nowadays means "less profit than I made 2.5 years ago." If profit isn't increasing, it's a loss!

      (/s just in case...)
      no end to c0rp greed
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    • BS.
      Loss nowadays means "less profit than I made 2.5 years ago." If profit isn't increasing, it's a loss!

      (/s just in case...)
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    • The reason they do that is Head Office puts out these deals and the cost factor is put on the local store. In other words, the owner takes a hit on the discounts. With the cost of goods increasing at unseen rates, most of these deals result in a loss, which the franchisee has to eat.
      A foot long sandwich at $9.49 results in a loss? Sure.

      Ron.
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    • The reason they do that is Head Office puts out these deals and the cost factor is put on the local store. In other words, the owner takes a hit on the discounts. With the cost of goods increasing at unseen rates, most of these deals result in a loss, which the franchisee has to eat.
      BS.
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    • Try on the app/web browser see if it works for that location then go pickup.
      It doesn’t work they rarely participated in the app deals but accepted coupons. Now they don’t participate in either.
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    • The reason they do that is Head Office puts out these deals and the cost factor is put on the local store. In other words, the owner takes a hit on the discounts. With the cost of goods increasing at unseen rates, most of these deals result in a loss, which the franchisee has to eat.
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    • My regular location put up signs at the order counter saying they’re no longer accepting these coupons. I’ve decided I won’t be accepting their terms and will take my business elsewhere.
      Try on the app/web browser see if it works for that location then go pickup.
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    • 949FTL/779FTL coupons didn't apply to 'Footlong Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki'.

      Which ones does this code applies to?
      Try the 2OFF code
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    • My regular location put up signs at the order counter saying they’re no longer accepting these coupons. I’ve decided I won’t be accepting their terms and will take my business elsewhere.
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    • This used to be $0.99 not long ago.

      3FTL - buy one footlong and a drink and get cheaper sub for $3


      It's now triple the price. Called corp-flation
      Yup the $2 didn’t last at all alrdy $3
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