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Meatless Meatball Marinara Sub offer – 300 bonus Subcard® points

Between 2nd January and 31st January 2020, registered and activated Subcard® users will receive 300 bonus Subcard® points when they purchase a Meatless Meatball Marinara Sub and then scan their Subcard® app or card. Prices and participation may vary. While stocks last, see in-store for details. The bonus Subcard® points will be credited to the intended account within 48 hours of purchasing a Meatless Meatball Marinara Sub. Offer can only be redeemed once per Subcard® customer and may not be substituted for any other product, and may not be combined with any other offers. This offer is only available if the above product is purchased for cash and not where it is purchased by redeeming Subcard® points or in combination with other offers. Offer is only valid for the intended Subcard® account and will not be transferred or redistributed to another account in any circumstance.
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MaggyArcher2iO02/01/2020 09:49

I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of e …I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of eating meat ...so why have vegetables made to look like meat...as I say I’m confused seems an odd thing to want


This isn't just for vegetarians. I'm far from a vegetarian but want to cut down on my meat intake not only for my health but the planet. Meatless meatballs make it easier to do so as there is generally very little difference in taste when it's done right.
MaggyArcher2iO02/01/2020 09:49

I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of e …I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of eating meat ...so why have vegetables made to look like meat...as I say I’m confused seems an odd thing to want


You really can't think of an intelligent answer to your own question?
Edited by: "Petal" 2nd Jan
MaggyArcher2iO02/01/2020 09:49

I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of e …I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of eating meat ...so why have vegetables made to look like meat...as I say I’m confused seems an odd thing to want


i get this a lot and it still surprises me, I used to love the taste and texture of meat but want to cut down my carbon footprint and cutting meat (particularly read meat)is one major way to do that. The fact I’m not eating animals is an added benefit tbh.
Great deal. I can get a cookieless cookie and a Pepsiless Pepsi to go with it.
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Great deal. I can get a cookieless cookie and a Pepsiless Pepsi to go with it.
Its just bread. Waste of money!
Heated and laughed.
Perfect post!
Tried this in Dublin a few months back, really nice imo.

I'm all for more options in food
Will have to have a look in store for it as it isn't on their app. Thanks!
joedix8802/01/2020 09:21

Tried this in Dublin a few months back, really nice imo.I'm all for more …Tried this in Dublin a few months back, really nice imo.I'm all for more options in food


Agree! Considering there is only veggie delite and the veggie/vegan patty, I like this additional choice
I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of eating meat ...so why have vegetables made to look like meat...as I say I’m confused seems an odd thing to want
MaggyArcher2iO02/01/2020 09:49

I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of e …I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of eating meat ...so why have vegetables made to look like meat...as I say I’m confused seems an odd thing to want


You really can't think of an intelligent answer to your own question?
Edited by: "Petal" 2nd Jan
MaggyArcher2iO02/01/2020 09:49

I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of e …I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of eating meat ...so why have vegetables made to look like meat...as I say I’m confused seems an odd thing to want


This isn't just for vegetarians. I'm far from a vegetarian but want to cut down on my meat intake not only for my health but the planet. Meatless meatballs make it easier to do so as there is generally very little difference in taste when it's done right.
MaggyArcher2iO02/01/2020 09:49

I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of e …I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of eating meat ...so why have vegetables made to look like meat...as I say I’m confused seems an odd thing to want


i get this a lot and it still surprises me, I used to love the taste and texture of meat but want to cut down my carbon footprint and cutting meat (particularly read meat)is one major way to do that. The fact I’m not eating animals is an added benefit tbh.
gxw02/01/2020 10:03

i get this a lot and it still surprises me, I used to love the taste and …i get this a lot and it still surprises me, I used to love the taste and texture of meat but want to cut down my carbon footprint and cutting meat (particularly read meat)is one major way to do that. The fact I’m not eating animals is an added benefit tbh.


Cutting down on veg is also an excellent way of reducing your carbon footprint.
All food is basically texture, taste, appearance.
Why not just call it a non-meat ball? It's like an oxymoron calling it a 'meatless meatball'.

Anyway, im off to eat my eggless egg and beanless beans on breadless toast...
Edited by: "t7mmu" 2nd Jan
t7mmu02/01/2020 10:26

Why not just call it a non-meat ball? It's like an oxymoron calling it a …Why not just call it a non-meat ball? It's like an oxymoron calling it a 'meatless meatball'.Anyway, im off to eat my eggless egg and beanless bean on breadless bread...




Precisely, it's absolutely ridiculous. And I've never got the need for veggies/vegans products to be made to look like meat products anyway. Absolutely bizarre.
Edited by: "bellboys" 2nd Jan
MaggyArcher2iO02/01/2020 09:49

I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of e …I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of eating meat ...so why have vegetables made to look like meat...as I say I’m confused seems an odd thing to want


a tad of a broad stroke there. Some folk have the opinion nutrients obtained via animals aren't good for us. This doesn't mean they don't miss the thought of a full English or a meat ball sub
bellboys02/01/2020 10:36

Precisely, it's absolutely ridiculous. And I've never got the need for …Precisely, it's absolutely ridiculous. And I've never got the need for veggies/vegans products to be made to look like meat products anyway. Absolutely bizarre.


What shapes would be acceptable to you? Obviously balls, cylinders, patties, slices etc are completely off the table.
joshy989102/01/2020 09:55

This isn't just for vegetarians. I'm far from a vegetarian but want to cut …This isn't just for vegetarians. I'm far from a vegetarian but want to cut down on my meat intake not only for my health but the planet. Meatless meatballs make it easier to do so as there is generally very little difference in taste when it's done right.


Well said. Excellent comment. If more people adopted this attitude it would help the planet and maybe improve health. Not that being vegetarian means you are healthy.
Thanks - didn't even know these existed, would love to give them a try - is it all Subways that do them or only certain ones?
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MaggyArcher2iO02/01/2020 09:49

I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of e …I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of eating meat ...so why have vegetables made to look like meat...as I say I’m confused seems an odd thing to want



While there are floods one side of the world and raging fires on the other that is what appalls me about the idea of eating meat for ones own gratification while others suffer as a consequence. People always tell me, I could never give up meat, I love it too much! I too loved meat, I just made a decision to stop eating it with a view to help trying to save the world. Companies will make these products that look and taste like meat because it makes them money, they don't do it for the lols. There is demand for it, as mentioned earlier, people eat for gratification and satisfaction these days rather than to just stay alive! So if something tastes like this that is why we eat it.
Check your offers on the app as I've also got a 1000 points bonus when I spend £5 or more by 12 January.

I haven't been to Subway for many months (here in the UK), but used them daily when I was in Reykjavik, Iceland last month as it was cheaper than eating elsewhere.

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The top offer may be account specific but it's nice to see they're finally bringing out more veggie/vegan options and offering 300 points as an enticement.
Can’t call it a meatball
Meatless meat, you’ll be telling me next a woman can be a sperm donor!
lukeo4402/01/2020 09:59

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I'm all for cutting down on meat and don't mind sampling these new vegan option foods where I can but can i just clear up that you cannot murder an animal just as you cannot be murdered by an animal. Murder is just a crime that can only be human on human.

Same taste, no killing would have been the phrase
Edited by: "asiot" 2nd Jan
what can you get for 300 points?
omarlilyo02/01/2020 11:46

what can you get for 300 points?



100 points can be redeemed for a hot drink, 200 points can be redeemed for a snack. 500 points can be redeemed for a regular 6” Sub, flatbread or salad and with 1000 points you can redeem for a regular 12” Sub or flatbread.
rporteo02/01/2020 11:45

Meatless meat, you’ll be telling me next a woman can be a sperm donor!


I imagine the marketing for 'a footlong with balls' necessitated calling it '[meatless meat]balls'.
newmann02/01/2020 11:12

While there are floods one side of the world and raging fires on the other …While there are floods one side of the world and raging fires on the other that is what appalls me about the idea of eating meat for ones own gratification while others suffer as a consequence. People always tell me, I could never give up meat, I love it too much! I too loved meat, I just made a decision to stop eating it with a view to help trying to save the world. Companies will make these products that look and taste like meat because it makes them money, they don't do it for the lols. There is demand for it, as mentioned earlier, people eat for gratification and satisfaction these days rather than to just stay alive! So if something tastes like this that is why we eat it.




As long as you are consistent in your life regarding saving the planet then more power to your elbow.

However I have found the really preachy eco warriors tend to have the odd skeleton in their cupboard which they'd rather you didn't know. For instance my preachy SIL is very proud that she refills her household. Ceaning products at a specialist shop . What she doesn't like you to know is she takes them the moment they become empty ( so one bottle) And does the 5 mile round trip in an old, atmosphere polluting car.
Just had one taste no different to me to the normal ones,I was a veggy for 20 years and although I now eat meat I still like vegetarian food.I also used a voucher I got for bogof as I had bought 2 subs last week to get my 1000 point and also had the survey reward for a free drink.I really like what they do for veggies now when I became one 30 years ago it was very limited ,still cant bear t have veg lasagne as that was my only choice in restaurants for years.
Is the app working for everyone? Or will I have to uninstall/ reinstall again. That's a few times it's played up for me.
lukeo4402/01/2020 09:59

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You can't murder an animal, quite simple.
GlentoranMark02/01/2020 13:16

Is the app working for everyone? Or will I have to uninstall/ reinstall …Is the app working for everyone? Or will I have to uninstall/ reinstall again. That's a few times it's played up for me.


I would take a screenshot when it does work and then add it the stocards app/googlepay so that you'll have it no matter what!
paras_shah1102/01/2020 13:33

I would take a screenshot when it does work and then add it the stocards …I would take a screenshot when it does work and then add it the stocards app/googlepay so that you'll have it no matter what!



Excellent advice, I use Stocard for a few things but not my Subcard. I use large randomly generated passwords so it's a pain when I have to resubmit my log in credentials :/
MaggyArcher2iO02/01/2020 09:49

I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of e …I’m a bit confused I thought Vegetarians were appalled at the idea of eating meat ...so why have vegetables made to look like meat...as I say I’m confused seems an odd thing to want




joshy989102/01/2020 09:55

This isn't just for vegetarians. I'm far from a vegetarian but want to cut …This isn't just for vegetarians. I'm far from a vegetarian but want to cut down on my meat intake not only for my health but the planet. Meatless meatballs make it easier to do so as there is generally very little difference in taste when it's done right.



(and everybody else responding to the original comment)

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What's in a meatless meatball?
Yes same issue with mine - tried reinstalling but didnt work for me for some reason? Did yours work when you did that?
It’s always interesting seeing the people offended at meat substitutes that no one is forcing them to eat.

my partner is veggie and we’re giving vegan January a go. I have guilty pleasures in fast food and as of today I can now get my favourite subway as a vegan option and a KFC burger.

Side note, I read today that we slaughter approximately 450 million animals worldwide each day! No one is forcing people to go veggie/vegan but surely everyone could cut back a little? You might end up liking the veggie option more
bellboys02/01/2020 13:05

As long as you are consistent in your life regarding saving the planet …As long as you are consistent in your life regarding saving the planet then more power to your elbow. However I have found the really preachy eco warriors tend to have the odd skeleton in their cupboard which they'd rather you didn't know. For instance my preachy SIL is very proud that she refills her household. Ceaning products at a specialist shop . What she doesn't like you to know is she takes them the moment they become empty ( so one bottle) And does the 5 mile round trip in an old, atmosphere polluting car.


So if you are not 100% consistent you should not try at all by your logic? yeah that makes sense. I hope you are 100% consistent in everything you do in life. Otherwise what's the point right?
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