Thursday, September 13, 2012

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Tricking Subway

For those of you who haven't figured out how the system works, here are a few tricks of the trade when you go into a Subway restaurant that might help you save a buck the next time you are looking to purchase a sandwich! While these findings are not all my own they definitely need to be shared, because after all, we all need to save a buck every now and then (it is a down economy)!

So here it is:

A footlong Philly Cheese-steak is around $9. However, for the Subways that serve breakfast all day, you can get a steak, egg, and cheese footlong for $6.50 and get everything you would get on a Philly and save about $2.50 in the process.

If you are looking for a nice Chicken, Bacon, Ranch delight you could pay $7.50... or you could go for a footlong chicken breast ($5.50) and add a couple strips of bacon for a $1 up-charge AND get it smothered in all the ranch you want for a total of $6.50, saving you yet another dollar.

The exact prices might not be accurate, however, the amount of savings are real. I have no idea why these inconsistencies exist, but I'm sure there are more I just haven't found yet. If you know of any more please leave them in the comments so all can enjoy the same delicious sandwich they would enjoy anyway, just for an extra buck or two in the pocket at the end of the day!

Please enjoy while these inconsistencies still stand. It is only a matter of time before the kind folks at Subway realize what they are doing. It is like stealing, but legal... and that is what we call Pocket Logic!


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