dealsfour killer quiznos coupons for $0.00

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cool, but isn't this like their daily deals, nothing actually special?

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Buy 1 get 1 free (w/ soda purchase) is definitely good. Quizno's are a ripoff now at $8-9, compared to Subway's $5-6.25 (so many more toppings, bigger bread, more meat, etc), so I'll only eat there when the coupon brings the cost to reality. Much appreciated!

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Man, wasn't Quiznos just running ad campaigns about how they lowered the cost of their subs to be closer to that of Subway's? I used to be a die-hard Quiznos fan, but ever since they got rid of bread bowls of soup (at least at the ones near me) and Subway started offering toasted subs their competitive advantage has disappeared a bit.

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These are totally LAME ripoffs and do not qualify for being a deal. They have no business being listed here. Someone at Woot is not doing their job to list only real deals. That is, unless Woot has sold the rest of us out to pad their profit line.

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They have better coupons here:

http://www.quiznos.com/toastydeals/

buy one get one free after 4pm and weekends.

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I love Quiznos subs, but their marketing department (at least the part responsible for coupons) seems to be doing everything they can to ensure that nobody wants to go there anymore. They're failing to send coupon emails to long-time registered patrons. They provide a main coupon webpage that won't respond to existing patrons and responds to registration attempts by circling back to the same webpage. They won't reply to emails sent to the address they post on the website. They create a blizzard of different coupons, at unpredictable intervals with unpredictable expiration dates, that they fail to advertise properly (requiring sites like Deals.Woot and coupon blogs to do it for them), confusing regulars who can't settle on any kind of regular purchasing. (Frequent return business is the logical motivation for coupon programs, eh?)

I've permanently stopped patronizing many companies who've treated me better than these idiots, and may yet do so if they don't get their act together.

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@flippo: You know this was in the user-submitted deals, right? Woot didn't put it there. Even if patentdude works for Woot, this isn't a sponsored deal. Don't blame Woot for things Wooters add and vote for.

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I went to Quiznos for lunch today. My "bullet" contained 3 slivers of meat less than 2 inches in diameter eacg, 1/2 slice of cheese cut into 2 quarters, 6 shreds of lettuce, and 8 cubes of tomato. It reminded me of the scene from Disney's "Sorcerer's Apprentice" where Goofy shaved the bread so thin that it was see-through. I won't bother to go there again, coupon or not.

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If you didn't get to experience the joy of going to a Quizno's franchise any time before 2006 (sometime after this is when it started going downhill, but I don't know the exact date) then you, unfortunately, missed out.

They used to be an inch wider and just as big as long as normal (6" or 12"). They were more pricey than a Subway, but they had more of everything in the sandwich. The soups were outstanding (I say soups but the only one I ever had was the Chicken Noodle, which I thought was the best soup I've ever bought at a to-go restaurant). The places were always clean and less trashy looking than every Subway I've ever been into (maybe you know of a pristine Subway, but I've yet to see one... and who chooses Yellow as their primary color?) The people were friendly. You had your own little bar where you could get as many pickles or jalepenos as you wanted. The best part, they even had a punch card thing that Subway used to do where you got a free sandwich after so many visits...

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Cue some point after the end of 2006. Maybe it was after the "more meat" campaign where they tried to justify their higher prices by going up to people and showing them their sandwich compared to Subway. It was the campaign after that singing rat thing that went viral for a little while if you remember that. Anyways, some point after that they completely changed strategies. Instead of charging more for a better product, they looked for ways to cut corners (although, to be fair, they lowered prices). The bread is much smaller. They have different sandwiches and confusing options (like one of the posters said, the Bullets and Torpedoes are basically just smaller sandwiches that don't seem to give you the same bang for your buck). It just feels cheaper and almost like a shell of what it used to be.

The better alternatives are places like Which Wich, Potbelly, or Jimmy Johns. I'm sure there are others, but anyways... just ranting a bit.

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@vmedcalf: D*mn I wish there was a Potbellys in ATL.

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All I can say is that Batch 81 sauce the bomb!

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The franchise owner GROANS when I bring in coupons. You can tell they're struggling.

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@vmedcalf:
"They used to be an inch wider and just as big as long as normal (6" or 12")."

THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID. I couldn't resist, apologies.