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Where can I buy a SUBWAY® Rewards Card?

SUBWAY® Rewards are currently available in participating SUBWAY® Restaurant locations in Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, Kentucky, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, and Vermont. Ask your favorite SUBWAY® Restaurant location if they are participating on your next visit. Rewards Cards will only be issued and accepted in participating SUBWAY® Restaurant locations.

Where can I use my SUBWAY® Rewards Card?

SUBWAY® Rewards can be used in participating SUBWAY® Restaurant locations in Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah, Wyoming, Kentucky, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, and Vermont. Ask your favorite SUBWAY® Restaurant location if they are participating on your next visit. Rewards Cards will only be issued and accepted in participating SUBWAY® Restaurant locations.

How long will SUBWAY® Rewards Points last?

Rewards Points are good for 36 months before they must be used or they will expire.


wuhoo said: [Q]i still have like 8 cards of stamps that i didnt get to use off in time <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-sad.gif" border=0>

Know what you mean.... I have Owl stamp books from late 40s..... Derby Gas books from 60s, and
the list goes on. Even bus tokens from thirtys they will not accept should I want to ride one of the city chaos specials.

Lesson I guess is use them fast. I'm off to Subways right now.



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brandytaj said: [Q]SyLeNt said: [Q]maybe in your city its new but i have been collecting points for like a year n half now

Yep, same thing here. At least a year and a half.

I think it's a joke. 50 bucks to get a six inch? I've all but stopped going to Subway since they changed things around AND raised their prices pretty good.

Does it really take that much to get a six inch sub? Does anyone have a chart that shows how much you must buy to get a point and/or how many points menu items are worth?

-m<img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-sad.gif" border=0>nkey-

will check my store

FourthMonkey said: [Q]brandytaj said: [Q]SyLeNt said: [Q]maybe in your city its new but i have been collecting points for like a year n half now

Yep, same thing here. At least a year and a half.

I think it's a joke. 50 bucks to get a six inch? I've all but stopped going to Subway since they changed things around AND raised their prices pretty good.

Does it really take that much to get a six inch sub? Does anyone have a chart that shows how much you must buy to get a point and/or how many points menu items are worth?

-m<img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-sad.gif" border=0>nkey-

====Chart=======
10 Points = 1 Cookie
15 Points = 1 Bag of Chips
20 Points = 21 oz. Drink
30 Points = Deli Sandwich
50 Points = Regular 6-inch Sub
60 Points = Regular Wrap
75 Points = Regular Foot-Long Sub

umm.. .so just to confirm, I'd have to buy a $5 card (lowest denomination available) in order to get into the program..and then spend $75 to get a free footlong?

Kool! I fell in love with Subway subs after my company made signs for a few Subway restaurants in Boston.

Why does anyone eat at Subway, unless it's to save money with the $2.50 daily special?!

>Here's the LINK to the subway card website where you register.

I'm really not interested in any sort of program where you have to give them all sorts of personal information, register on a website, etc., just to participate. This means you are letting them track your personal habits, and give up your privacy, in exchange for saving a bit on their products. I'd rather just use a coupon, or else buy my subs at Wal-Mart. Comparable foot long Italian subs are only $2.99 there all the time.

retiredlawman said: [Q]wuhoo said: [Q]i still have like 8 cards of stamps that i didnt get to use off in time <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-sad.gif" border=0>

Know what you mean.... I have Owl stamp books from late 40s..... Derby Gas books from 60s, and
the list goes on. Even bus tokens from thirtys they will not accept should I want to ride one of the city chaos specials.
The tokens and stamp books are probably worth $$$ to a collector...

gujuTheKid said: [Q]

====Chart=======
10 Points = 1 Cookie
15 Points = 1 Bag of Chips
20 Points = 21 oz. Drink
30 Points = Deli Sandwich
50 Points = Regular 6-inch Sub
60 Points = Regular Wrap
75 Points = Regular Foot-Long Sub

umm.. .so just to confirm, I'd have to buy a $5 card (lowest denomination available) in order to get into the program..and then spend $75 to get a free footlong?

Yes, spend $75 and get a free foot long sub. It is much worse than the stamp program ($40 for a foot long sub).

This is really a good deal...

..

... If you want to spend 7 dollars and a bread salad and air sandwhich.



Subway is horrible

Positive Aspects of Subway:
    Great bread



    Wide choice of fixings



    Non-deli meats are 'ok'


Negative Aspects of Subway:
    Deli slice meat has been sitting out exposed to air for extended periods of time. This is different than your local supermarket who only has one outside piece exposed. Subway deli meat is more prone to be slimey and its not high quality (Boards head) to begin with



    Price for a foot long sub is ridiculous considering the little meat you actually get with it



    Coupons almost always require you to buy a drink and chips, thereby making the coupon barely worth more than the equivalent to a $1 off

go support a local deli and buy a real sandwhich, or buy supplies from the grocery store for the same price as one garbage subway sandwhich and make 5

ionizer said: [Q]Positive Aspects of Subway:
    Great bread



That's assuming you get fresh bread. I stopped going after constantly getting what felt like leather on my ham and cheese. I think they followed the Krispy Kreme business model. Get a taste of success and then just hand out franchises left and right. I have three stores within a mile and a half of me.</blockquote>

BigOldDaddy said: [Q]ionizer said: [Q]Positive Aspects of Subway:
    Great bread



That's assuming you get fresh bread. I stopped going after constantly getting what felt like leather on my ham and cheese. I think they followed the Krispy Kreme business model. Get a taste of success and then just hand out franchises left and right. I have three stores within a mile and a half of me.</blockquote>

yet you keep rewarding them with your patronage...</blockquote>

Here in Idaho we have had the cards for about three years with the rewards, I used to manage a subway during the time we switched, I guess it was cheaper to convert here.<img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-wink.gif" border=0>

contemplation said: [Q]BigOldDaddy said: [Q]ionizer said: [Q]Positive Aspects of Subway:
    Great bread



That's assuming you get fresh bread. I stopped going after constantly getting what felt like leather on my ham and cheese. I think they followed the Krispy Kreme business model. Get a taste of success and then just hand out franchises left and right. I have three stores within a mile and a half of me.</blockquote>

yet you keep rewarding them with your patronage...</blockquote>
Umm, didn't he said he stopped going?

I have three Subway restaurants all within a half mile radius from where I live (there's also a Quizno's, a Togo's, and a Pita Pit in that same half mile radius, by the way) and none of them are participating in this offer. Thanks anyway.</blockquote>

wuhoo said: [Q]i still have like 8 cards of stamps that i didnt get to use off in time <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-sad.gif" border=0>


Back when I was in High school my buddy who worked at the subway decided to steal about 4 rolls of stamps. He ate subway for free for about 5 years. I have a feeling that was one of the reasons they dont use them anymore. Plus the internet scams now.

steveme said: [Q]wuhoo said: [Q]i still have like 8 cards of stamps that i didnt get to use off in time <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-sad.gif" border=0>


Back when I was in High school my buddy who worked at the subway decided to steal about 4 rolls of stamps. He ate subway for free for about 5 years. I have a feeling that was one of the reasons they dont use them anymore. Plus the internet scams now.

Nice, sounds like the subway kids at my school who traded stamps for alcohol and weed.

I think the sandwiches I make at home are better than subway. I go to Panera Bread once every few months though.

thanks... do they have a limit like expiration untill which we can use the points ?

Subway reminds me of the old Wendy's commercial
"Where's the Beef?"

porcupine said: [Q]gujuTheKid said: [Q]

====Chart=======
10 Points = 1 Cookie
15 Points = 1 Bag of Chips
20 Points = 21 oz. Drink
30 Points = Deli Sandwich
50 Points = Regular 6-inch Sub
60 Points = Regular Wrap
75 Points = Regular Foot-Long Sub

umm.. .so just to confirm, I'd have to buy a $5 card (lowest denomination available) in order to get into the program..and then spend $75 to get a free footlong?

Yes, spend $75 and get a free foot long sub. It is much worse than the stamp program ($40 for a foot long sub).

Agreed! This is a horrible rewards program.

If you've been able to use your card for awhile now, good for you. It was not available in all areas. My local subways got rid of the stamp cards 2 years ago. That was my incentive to eat there. I've rarely ate there since they got rid of it, but now they give you some sort of incentive again I'll start eating there more instead of the other local Sub shop.

charlesroast said: [Q]porcupine said: [Q]gujuTheKid said: [Q]

====Chart=======
10 Points = 1 Cookie
15 Points = 1 Bag of Chips
20 Points = 21 oz. Drink
30 Points = Deli Sandwich
50 Points = Regular 6-inch Sub
60 Points = Regular Wrap
75 Points = Regular Foot-Long Sub

umm.. .so just to confirm, I'd have to buy a $5 card (lowest denomination available) in order to get into the program..and then spend $75 to get a free footlong?

Yes, spend $75 and get a free foot long sub. It is much worse than the stamp program ($40 for a foot long sub).

Agreed! This is a horrible rewards program.

Then don't eat there.

my friend works at subway and i get free anything whenever. get a friend and get a sandwhich!!!!!!!!!


Green cause im still gonna get a card so hmmmmmmm............. maybe she can swipe it for me to use at OTHER subways!!! yay hehe

granthell said: [Q]Kool! I fell in love with Subway subs after my company made signs for a few Subway restaurants in Boston.

Subway restaurant is a contradiction in terms.

Ebay sellers of the stamps ("I have larger quantaties of these as well; just email me") due to misappropriation of them was a large reason why the original stamp program has been discontinued, according to my local Subway.

I've been irritated about card/stamp programs with Subway for a long time - most of the Subways in the Seattle area only use the cards and will not accept or give stamps - but when I travel, I find that most Subways gave out stamps and would not accept the cards. It irritated me that both systems have been in place for years...I'm glad to hear that FINALLY there will be one reward system!

sadly the program isnt in effect in ri cause i eat more subway than i'd like to admit <img src="i/expressions/face-icon-small-smile.gif" border=0>

had to post in about how lame the new subway in manassass va is over by the shoppers.
They just opened and they have a sign up for $1 off on the door, but they refuse to give you $1 off.
Then they only will give you 1 napkin even if you ask for more they dude will say it's one napkin per sub.

I don't plan on going back, besides there is like 3 other subways within a few miles of that one anyways.




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