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WHy yes, I'd love some soda to go with my diarrhea meal, thanks!

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@cmackin: C'mon, really? I eat food that doesn't settle well knowing it will TOTALLY jack up my night... But the chicken carbonara is worth the extra cost of a few Immodium tablets and some minor inconvenience for a few hours.

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Two great deals but the second one is even better, thanks!
Could you edit your deal title to include a "or" and then mention the BOGO? Some people may just see the drink offer and not bother opening your deal :)

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Now if only I could find a Quizno's... They closed pretty well every last one of them in the 5-county area a couple years ago.

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One of the franchises close to me didn't used to take coupons. The store locator will tell you if a location does or not: http://www.quiznos.com/storeLocator.html

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@jjeff: I would but I don't think I can edit it. I can expire it or tattle on myself, that appears to be about it.

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What does a sub there cost now anyway? When I was in college 10 years ago they were around $43 or so. I can't imagine what they cost now. For that price you should get a bottle of fine scotch 'for free' with it. What a joke.

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@pleepleus: Most small subs are $4.99-5.49, when it's a BOGO thats about $5 for a footlong(2 smalls) and a heck of a lot better than the other sub place that sells footlongs for ~$5.
Personally I wouldn't purchase a Quizons sub without a coupon or special, I think they are too expensive otherwise.
Sure you can go to a Quiznos not using a coupon, purchase a regular(which they tend to push) for ~$6.50 and then add a drink and chips(~$2.29) and spend close to $9 but if you did that then I doubt you'd be one of the people that browse Woot for deals ;)