dealsget any prime rib sub for $2.99

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Goin...goin...goin..goin...

It's fun to say! Try it!

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I'd prefer to eat a turd from someone who'd eaten a good meal earlier.

Quiznos is terrible, just awful.

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The worst food ever. Wife and I bought subs there, Spent almost $20.00, Both got sick and had to throw most the food out. Told them we would never come back. They gave us a $5.00 coupon for our next visit??? After tossing $20.00 bucks in food. No thanks.

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@cmackin: Would really prefer to not hear about your sick and disgusting fetishes.

Quiznos, their Prime Rib Sub in particular, is really good. I plan on getting one soon perhaps you would like it when it comes back out? It seems it would be more your style that way.

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@cmackin: thats hilarious!

I like quiznos but thats still funny

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Last time I got a Quizno's "deal" the "meat" was so thin you could read through it and they gave you a hard time if you dared ask for extra condiments...last time I will ever waste my money at any of their stores.

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Should read "Get any SMALL Prime Rib Sub for $2.99"

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I don't know how it is in other parts of the country, but where I live you'd spend over $20 trying to find (or get to) a Quizno's. Here they advertise regularly but they close down shops even more regularly. Their closest location to where I live is so far away they'd have to pay me to eat there in order for the coupon to be worth the cost of gas to get there and back. If they ever started opening new locations again, I would consider eating there, but right now its easier to find a Fuddrucker's.

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@bunchofcrap: The first time I ever went to Quizno's, it was terrible. That chain closed down. Then, in my home town, one opened up. Me and my dad decided to give it another shot. It was really, really good. It seems that Quizno's has some pretty terrible standards, because only about 1 in 5 stores are actually good.

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I rather imagine that in today's budget-minded economy, people would rather spend $5 or $6 for a full foot-long sub at Subway, rather than on a 6" at Quiznos. Nevermind that you are going to be adding chips and a drink and a cookie to that, bringing your total up to over $10, and walking out the door with enough food for 3 people. America! F*$# yeah!

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This company is failing fast. Overpriced sandwiches when there are so many cheaper alternatives out there is not a good business strategy....oh yeah, and their sandwiches aren't that great.

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Look up franchisees suing Quzions.

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A couple years ago I did a comparison of sub sandwiches. At each place, I'd order whatever was their Italian-style sub to try to make a fair comparison, since no two places make the same sandwich. Here are my findings:

1. Local delis - Good meat to vegetable ratio, ingredients tasted freshest and had the best quality, used plenty of meat. Slightly expensive, easy ordering process.
2. Jimmy John's - Good bread, decent amount of meat, "freaky fast." Moderately priced, easy ordering process.
3. Quizno's - Used to be a huge fan. Tasted good, but very salty and kinda oily. Expensive, asks what bread you want, but easy enough to place an order. Caused me gastrointestinal distress a few times.
4. Subway - Good bread, but it was more like eating a salad on a bun than eating a sandwich. Totally skimps on the meat, way more veg than meat on the sandwich. Too many customization options. I don't feel like being interrogated, just make me a sandwich. Moderately priced.

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I like Quiznos but 2.99 for a small is not such a great discount.

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My kids' friends think Quiznos is like an upscale Subway, so as long as I'm buying for them they like me to go there. Three different shops, at least three different times each, all crappy sandwiches. I get the "Cold Cut Combo" at Subway, $5 footlong with everything, and I'm happy. BUT I get it without the dressings; putting liquids on bread then wrapping it in plastic and taking it home means eating it with a fork. ;+}

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all of my local quizno's are run by stingy foreigners with franchises, and everytime there's a nationwide promotion, they have signs up that they're not participating.

if you're on the westcoast, TOGO's has the best damn sandwiches.

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Quiznos was actually my first job back in the day. Used to love it but it has definitely fallen in terms of quality while rising in price. Sad =[

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@gidgaf: When getting my 'Spicy Italian' at Subway, I ask for a couple of packages of Oil and Vinegar instead of applied dressing for the same reason.

Subway's Olive Oil blend (in the packages) is very good. It has just enough olive oil flavor and doesn't overpower. The vinegar is good, too.