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Subway Voucher Booklet inc BOGOF Instore

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5y, 7m agoFound 5 years, 7 months ago
went into Subway nottingham town centre yesterday, They have voucher booklets with.
1.Bogof on any 6" or footlong.
2.Any coffee 99p
3. 2 x 6" subs 2 x drinks 2 x cookies or crisps for £6.99
4.Footlong & Drink for £3.99.
5.Mega breakfast sub for 99p.
6. 2 x footlongs & 2 x drinks for £9.99.
And all offers are redeemable 5 TIMES.
Not sure if this is Nationwide.
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1 Like #1
Good deals, but the problem with Subway is that because it's a franchise the vouchers are very store specific. Sometimes you can get several Subways in one city and only one of them will accept the vouchers
6 Likes #2
you know that rank chemical bread smell you get as you pass by a Subway? they pump that out on purpose from special essence, much like an air freshener, with the intention of enticing people in. fresh bread is one of the best aromas possible, so how did their marketing people come up with such a nasty artificial stench? rancid
#3
4.Footlong & Drink for £3.99.

6. 2 x footlongs & 2 x drinks for £9.99.

Doesn't seem like a very good deal :/.
#4
Considering some of the footlongs cost £6 each, it's not too shabby.
#5
upset brown pant
you know that rank chemical bread smell you get as you pass by a Subway? they pump that out on purpose from special essence, much like an air freshener, with the intention of enticing people in. fresh bread is one of the best aromas possible, so how did their marketing people come up with such a nasty artificial stench? rancid


Your sure the smell isnt just from the bread the bake, I doubt its "pumped" out
#6
Reel_Big_Eddy
Considering some of the footlongs cost £6 each, it's not too shabby.


Nah, the deal is good. I'm just saying it would work out cheaper to buy 1 footlong and 1 drink twice, for £7.98.

Edited By: Bomster on Apr 14, 2011 11:43
#7
Bomster
Reel_Big_Eddy
Considering some of the footlongs cost £6 each, it's not too shabby.


Nah, the deal is good. I'm just saying it would work out cheaper to buy 1 footlong and 1 drink twice, for £7.98.


You'll probably only have 1 voucher for the 3.99 offer so you probably wont be able to get 2 for 7.98
#8
Have they stopped doing 'Sub of the day'? as my local ones no longer advertise them.
#9
upset brown pant
you know that rank chemical bread smell you get as you pass by a Subway? they pump that out on purpose from special essence, much like an air freshener, with the intention of enticing people in. fresh bread is one of the best aromas possible, so how did their marketing people come up with such a nasty artificial stench? rancid

Maybe its because it all arrives at the stores frozen, its then defrosted, left to proof then baked.

So its not fresh in the same sense of home made bread or the local bakers and maybe has other bits and bobs in it to allow for this process.
1 Like #10
Steak & Cheese is now an exception on the recent vouchers I have seen. Bams.
#11
A while back, I checked before ordering that my Subway voucher was valid. By the time I reached the till, they'd changed their minds and I had to pay full whack.
11 Likes #12
You should have told them you had changed your mind too and walked out!
#13
designaw
Have they stopped doing 'Sub of the day'? as my local ones no longer advertise them.


I noticed that too so I asked in the Northampton one and they said "Yeah we still do it but we don't advertise it" - probably trying to make more money out of us!
1 Like #14
designaw
Have they stopped doing 'Sub of the day'? as my local ones no longer advertise them.


they still do it, they are just very quiet about it. Just use this as a guide for future if you can't see it:

http://www.subway.co.uk/menu/subs/sub-of-the-day/default.aspx

Then just go in and ask for Sub of the Day. If they don't do it, they won't serve it to you etc
#15
Yeah you should have walked MK. No way I would have stood for that mate.
Sub of The Day still going strong in Liverpool. Although the in store ads for it seem to be smaller these days. I only go to Subway on a Thursday or when I've got vouchers. No way I'm paying the full whack there.
#16
Bomster
4.Footlong & Drink for £3.99.

6. 2 x footlongs & 2 x drinks for £9.99.

Doesn't seem like a very good deal :/.


A guy in front of me in the queue last week bought a foot-long sub and it came to £5.20 - so on that basis, £3.99 is okay.

I'd rather spend that sort of money in pizza takeaway though...
1 Like #17
Hpi_matrix
upset brown pant
you know that rank chemical bread smell you get as you pass by a Subway? they pump that out on purpose from special essence, much like an air freshener, with the intention of enticing people in. fresh bread is one of the best aromas possible, so how did their marketing people come up with such a nasty artificial stench? rancid

Your sure the smell isnt just from the bread the bake, I doubt its "pumped" out

nah, i know a guy who works in their european head office in holland, plus it was confirmed by someone i met that worked in one for a bit

grim
#18
mkpaul
A while back, I checked before ordering that my Subway voucher was valid. By the time I reached the till, they'd changed their minds and I had to pay full whack.


I would have said no thanks then out of principle, if they can chnage there mind so can you lol
1 Like #19
Crown Carveries full roast - unlimited on roasties veg etc £3.69 odd 3 meats choice used to be the hottest deal on this site till someone expired it over a few pence rise !! - know where I'd rather spend my money, drinks decent price to.

And you get a comfortable seat & table in pretty decent surroundings - only drawback the pubs are not everywhere in uk - but bargain if ones near enough to you.

Breakfast buffets less than £3 as well.

plenty of comments here :
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/carvery-3-59-all-day-mon-to-sat-cur/177564

Alot of fastfood outlets are a rip-off compared to what you can get from chains like Crown Carveries ( part of Toby Group )
#20
Which one? There are at least six Subways in Nottingham.
#21
Seft
Which one? There are at least six Subways in Nottingham.
All the ones in the city centre are part of the same franchise.

Not impressed by these vouchers though. While I was at college we had a stack of "Free 6" Sub when you buy a Medium Drink" vouchers - Sub and Drink for £1.29 was pretty killer!!
#22
Used to eat Subway often, once every few weeks at least (which IS often for me as I don't eat takeaway very often at all!) but it's far too expensive for what it is now. Our local never accepts or gives out the voucher books either so always have to pay full whack :(
#23
Ever since my local subway stopped offering free refills and changed the large drink cups to medium and the medium to small I don't bother going.
#24
flang
Ever since my local subway stopped offering free refills and changed the large drink cups to medium and the medium to small I don't bother going.



I think it is an insult that certain subways put notices up now stopping free refills, as a chain in the US, free refills is a given (as is it in nearly all restaurants on soda). The actual cost of the drink dilute is pence to them.
#25
Will never go to subway again since I found a chewing gum in my salad!!! (Tottenham court road)
#26
Ahh, the spearmint salad. A delicacy.
1 Like #27
cicobuff
The actual cost of the drink dilute is pence to them.

12p

And yes Subway do kind of 'pump out' that chemical bread smell since they use electric fan assisted ovens which use an exhaust to pump the excess heat out to - wherever they'd like! usually street level ;)

mkpaul
A while back, I checked before ordering that my Subway voucher was valid. By the time I reached the till, they'd changed their minds and I had to pay full whack.

You should have refused to pay since you'd been told when ordering the sandwich that the voucher was valid, stand up for yourself mate :)
#28
Am from notts so will pop in
#29
upset brown pant
you know that rank chemical bread smell you get as you pass by a Subway? they pump that out on purpose from special essence, much like an air freshener, with the intention of enticing people in. fresh bread is one of the best aromas possible, so how did their marketing people come up with such a nasty artificial stench? rancid

Everything from subway tastes like it's made of plastic :(
#30
This is true but everywhere pumps out that smell even Morrisons/Tesco/Asda do, you can get all sorts of smells like Sweetshop, beach smells etc etc

Swanny MX
upset brown pant
you know that rank chemical bread smell you get as you pass by a Subway? they pump that out on purpose from special essence, much like an air freshener, with the intention of enticing people in. fresh bread is one of the best aromas possible, so how did their marketing people come up with such a nasty artificial stench? rancid
Everything from subway tastes like it's made of plastic :(
#31
The vouchers are normally specific to a region, so this is probably for Nottingham and surrounding areas only.

Not had any bad experiences myself, but it is like all fast food franchises and down to how it is being run and by whom.
#32
upset brown pant
you know that rank chemical bread smell you get as you pass by a Subway? they pump that out on purpose from special essence, much like an air freshener, with the intention of enticing people in. fresh bread is one of the best aromas possible, so how did their marketing people come up with such a nasty artificial stench? rancid


Councils have very strict guidelines about just "pumping" out exhausts so I very much doubt they do that.
#33
Voted cold. How the hell can they charge so much for a bloody bread roll with some sh*t in it!
#34
Subway is.... just an idea.

There is a whole bunch of reasons why people go there. Sure there are far healthier options when you spend your own time making lunch, their business practices force franchisees to buy everything from Doctors Associates.

amazing isn't it? when given free choice we choose to flock to the same cookie-cut outlets and buy predictably filled toasted sandwiches.
#35
Last time I ate a sub I got norovirus.. Coincidence?
#36
I love Subway and only go in either for Sub Of The Day or when I have a voucher book in my bag.

Does anyone know if the "drink" offers on vouchers can be coffee/tea? This causes me no end of bother..some Subways are fine about it, others say No.
#37
feeder16
This is true but everywhere pumps out that smell even Morrisons/Tesco/Asda do, you can get all sorts of smells like Sweetshop, beach smells etc etc

Swanny MX
upset brown pant
you know that rank chemical bread smell you get as you pass by a Subway? they pump that out on purpose from special essence, much like an air freshener, with the intention of enticing people in. fresh bread is one of the best aromas possible, so how did their marketing people come up with such a nasty artificial stench? rancid

Everything from subway tastes like it's made of plastic :(


I worked at Sainsbury's head office for 6.5 years, supermarkets don't do that, trust me. They have real bakeries in them.
banned#38
I think the voucher section needs to be updated, this should really be there, as it is not really a deal, you need to be in an area that is doing the voucher books for one and for two you need to manage to get one, otherwise the whole thing is useless.
#39
Syanideuk
cicobuff
The actual cost of the drink dilute is pence to them.

12p

And yes Subway do kind of 'pump out' that chemical bread smell since they use electric fan assisted ovens which use an exhaust to pump the excess heat out to - wherever they'd like! usually street level ;)

mkpaul
A while back, I checked before ordering that my Subway voucher was valid. By the time I reached the till, they'd changed their minds and I had to pay full whack.

You should have refused to pay since you'd been told when ordering the sandwich that the voucher was valid, stand up for yourself mate :)


12p per litre (you didn't make it clear)?
#40
Why is this in deals?

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