dealsall subway footlongs for the month of february…

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Any REGULAR footlong. Only about half of their subs are "regular." And of the "regular" ones, they are the cheaper ones anyway (like ham or turkey). Any time I go there, any sub I would consider getting is not a regular sub.

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@benyust2: The list of "regular" subs is pretty good from my recollection. The premium subs are the melts and philly cheese steak primarily I think. Most if not all of the rest should fall under the "regular" category.

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I believe it was all subs but the premium subs. So you can still get the "selects" like the steak and cheese.

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Id rather eat a foot, than a foot long subway sammich.

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In most of Maine the owners started this deal last week.

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I think Jared ate a 6" for lunch and a 12" for dinner, right? And walked there?
There's a subway a block from my house, it's the healthiest "fast food" I know of, and always have had good experiences there.

edit- found it was a 12" for dinner, not a 6"

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REGULAR SUBS IS EVERYTHING ON THE MENU EXCEPT THE BIG PHILLY CHEESE STEAK! :)
(That is the only premium sub and the rest are called regular)

Source: My fiancee worked at Subway for a few years and the last time this deal was on was October. Remember: the ANYtober ads?

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When they say "Any footlong", they mean your choice of any 'regular' footlong.

You have your choice;

Bread only

Meatball

Cold Cut Combo

Meatball Marinara

or Cold Cut Trio

Enjoy.

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This isn't even really a special in all locations. I know my local Subway almost always has the $5 footlong deal going on for regular subs. The only time they effectively stopped is when Subway had its $2 6" subs ( $4 for a footlong ). I have a friend that works at Subway and has said where at the end of a $5 footlong sale, Subway asks for all shops that can to stay at that rate as long as possible - if not permanently.

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@justabandnerd: Last I checked, the regulars were anything but the philly cheese or the feast if they still have that. Getting $7 subs for $5 isn't bad, and gives me something new to try on my weekly Subway run.

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Are they really a foot long?

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@zeke7: This is not correct, at least around my area. The Chicken Teriyaki(my favorite) is not on the "regular" list, and is typically excluded from these deals.

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@djp519: You need to move. In my area that is on the regular list for these promotions and I will usually get it at least a few times during the month promo.

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Mmmm... now I need an Italian BMT. I've worked at Subway and Goodcents but I still love me some sammiches.

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@benyust2: The short list you are referring to is probably the foot long sandwiches that are always $5, there are 8 of them. Here is the list of Premium subs that will never be $5: Feast, Philly Cheese Steak, and Turkey-Avocado-Bacon. There are some other "melts" that have been introduced in some places that may be included as a premium sub but typically the classic melt (turkey ham bacon) is a regular sub. Other subways might do things different, just look for premium subs on the menu and exclude them.

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@justabandnerd: the cold cut trio and cold cut combo are the same sandwich

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@nycloseout: they are 11.5 inches, we measured. any other questions I am an employee in CO

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In metro MN, it is all subs except Philly Cheese Steak, and the Melts (premium).

I always get the Steak and Cheese, or the Bacon Cheddar Ranch during these deals for $5.

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Just don't eat subway at The Mall of America. What a rip off. The normal $5 subs are $7, and it goes up to $10+. They refuse to participate in these deals.

Besides that subway, I love the company :-)

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Get a Flatbread + Egg + Onions + Green Pepper + diced chicken + shredded cheddar and then all toasted together is AMAZING and its always $5 in my area. I believe its called a Western Egg and Cheese

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@weebert: Yeah, so are the meatball and meatball marinara. You missed the point.

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"REGULAR" subs are what you need to eat in order to stay... um... regular. So if you don't feel like a regular person, well you know that "you are what you eat" - so start eating more REGULAR!

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LUNCH! Thanks for the great headsup!

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@justabandnerd: Reading comprehension is not your thing, eh? Humor as well, since the "same thing" alleged point was kind of stupid to put the finest of points on it. You get a solid D(ouche) for your lack of comprehension of what's actually on sale but there's plenty of semester left to bring it up to a solid respectable C(oont). Good effort though, I've heard special needs commenters do well with positive reenforcement.

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@buscemi: I agree with your grading system, but you spelled reinforcement incorrectly.

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@jsimon926: Still a B(astard) grade though, right? Thanks for picking up on that, I surrender some of my snark points for the idiotic spelling mistake :-(

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I can already hear that "any any any" commercial song in my head, and it isn't even February yet.

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For some reason, I thought the tuna was also part of the $5 deal. Even their website is not very clear. They have a list of $5 foot long subs though. And they're advertising their $5 February deal. Which just makes this more confusing.

http://www.subway.com/menu/default.aspx

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I hate to tattle or downrate for something that the Subway Corp's marketing team probably doesn't have any power over, BUT, after going into a TWO different Subways near me, ready to get my $5 sub... I was told that "our franchise isn't participating". Seems to me that if they are running ads on a national, strike that, INTERNATIONAL marketing medium, they should make sure that the franchisees are on board, or that the corporation would at least subsidize the difference in price. Overall I'm complaining simply from the position that this deal is actually in fact, not a deal... not to everyone anyways.

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@freund: I hate that. I'm in the same boat as you. Love Subway, but these locations that get to "Opt-out" of a nationwide campaign shouldn't be able to keep their franchise rights...