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Old 02-11-05, 08:58 AM
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How much is a Subway Footlong?

How much is a Subway footlong hot Turkey Breast, Ham and Bacon with Cheese and all the salad mixings?


I just paid 4.49 ($8.87usd). Nice, but bloody expensive!
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Ouch! I haven't seen any Subways here, but I imagine it would probably be somewhere close to that, if not more expensive.
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Less than that. I doubt it would be over $6.
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did you get the meal deal? soda and chips
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Nope, just the sanger
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I would think it's no more than $5.99 USD.
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You're looking at $7 or so for the whole combo in the States
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Turkey Breast, Ham and Bacon with Cheese should not run more than $6, maximum, at a Subway shop around here. Maybe $8 if you got chips and a drink too.

I try to only go to Subway when they are doing a Buy 1 Get 1 Free special. Usually this is once a week for most subway stores, although it varies a lot. But getting 2 foot long BMT's with everything for $6 or so is a good deal.
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They've started to get more expensive lately. They justify this by making the 6" sandwiches into supposed "meals" which is fine for my wife, but not me.

Though I must admit, when I look at the size of a 1-foot sandwich, it's hard to picture it fitting into my stomach. But I make it happen.
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In Cleveland, all of their footlong subs are between $5 and $6. It's actually one of the best places to eat: fresh ingredients, good value, and healthy food... most places only give you two of those (or one, or none.)

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My local Subway is any two subs for $7.99 and any 3 subs for $11.99.

God bless the US!
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About 12 inches.
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Must . . . remove . . . "Subway" . . . from . . . title . . .
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subway stinks!

Tiny minscule amounts of meat, bread that you can squish down to a ball of playdough...

Quiznos, gets my business.

But when I'm in Cali, it's TOGOs, they have the best subs!
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I'm just pissed that they did away with the stamps. I got 3 cards all filled out and they won't accept them. Bastards!
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Originally Posted by sfsdfd
IIt's actually one of the best places to eat: fresh ingredients, good value, and healthy food... most places only give you two of those (or one, or none.)

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Thanks Jared.
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When did they get rid of the stamps? I was in last week and they still had them.

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Yep, they ended the stamp deal just when I was trying to switch from Burgers to Turkey sandwiches. It's a conspiracy!
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I think bacon adds a dollar -


subway is a stupid ripoff, but really tasty. if you get the full meal with a foot long plus the obligatory 3 cookies, your looking at bout 8 50
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Originally Posted by Barney1234
Tiny minscule amounts of meat, bread that you can squish down to a ball of playdough...
Ever get their chicken breast sub? They put two chicken breasts on a foot-long. I think that's pretty good.
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Quiznos, gets my business.
Ugh. Quizno's is the kind of place that I keep wanting to like, but can't. Their subs are overpriced - like $7-$8 here in Cleveland - and the toasting makes their bread dry and brittle. It's like eating lunchmeat on a Saltine cracker. The worst part is that their meat just isn't appetizing; their $8 "steak" sub is roast-beef lunch meat.

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I can't eat at any of those chain type sandwich makers for some reason.......
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It's probably a bit higher because of more taxes.
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$4.69 here.
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WTF no more stamps?
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In midtown Manhattan (54th and 8th)the highest priced Subway footlong is the Medeterranian Chicken at $5.99.

PLUS the stamp deal is still in effect AND every day of the week there is a different 'special' sandwich, at $2.49 for a 6".

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