Turns out the new lower prices are only temporary until February 11, 2008 in celebration of Subway’s anniversary. HOWEVER, I asked if this promotion was nation-wide across all of Canada and I got a confident yes. Subway employees will not offer you this deal unless you ask for it. Weird and dumb I know but this is how they operate. No wonder they’re going downhill.
So price until February 11, 2008: $2.99 for any 6 inch sandwich but you have to ask for the anniversary deal. It is not posted anywhere.
Fill in your information, print off the voucher and present it at any Dior counter for a personalized skin care diagnosis andÂ new breakthrough anti-wrinkle rangeÂ by Dior: Capture R60/80TM XP.Â Â Thanks koala!
Offer valid from January 14 – March 9 2008.Â Â One sample per customer while supplies last.Â
This one has been posted on the blog before, but since its an easy way to get 1000 Shoppers Optimum points I figured I’d post it again for anyone who may have missed it.Â Â Â Offer is one-time only and points will only be awarded to customers providing an email address for the first time.Â Â
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Offer also available online:Â
Since we cannot receive your Tube TV for trade online, take advantage of this promotion by using this Digital Dollar Code (TUBETRAD198401902156) on your purchase of any 37″ or larger Flat-Panel TV (LCD Flat-Panel, Plasma Flat-Panel) to get $100 off. The Digital Dollars can only be used online!
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Subway has always been one of my favourite fast food restaurants. I love the fresh delicious taste and healthy food (compared to McDonald’s and other Burger restaurants). The problem with Subway was the price! Their sandwich prices had been continuously going up over the past few years and paying around $10 for a foot long sandwich was a bit steep (remember it’s supposed to be fast food). However things are/have changed!
A couple of days ago I went to have Subway for lunch with a friend (Kingston Downtown if you’re interested in knowing). As usual I asked what their “Subway Deal of the Day” was. I was told that the Deal of the Day had been discontinued and instead all subs have a fixed price everyday of $2.99 for a 6 inch and $5.89 for a foot long! The menu still showed the old prices and there was no mention of the new prices so I’m guessing these changes have just been recently made. For $2.99 and $5.89 I think the sub prices are incredibly awesome! Why would anyone spend more on an unhealthy Big Mac or Whopper when you can buy a variety of Subway Subs for the same price!
I’m not sure if the new price reductions have taken place across the whole country so please ask before committing to a Subway lunch and blaming me for spending $10+ 😉
I know this video is old, I posted it about two years ago and most of you have already seen it but no matter how many times I watch it, it touches me and makes my day. In this stressful fast paced world it’s nice to know that someone out there cares. Consider this video a message to brighten someone’s life.
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Use the link below to obtain your coupon for a Free FitSmart bar.Â Â After filling in your information and submitting, you will be emailed a printable coupon that you can take to your local participating health retailer to get a free FitSmart bar.Â To find a store near you go to www.fiber35.com.Â Â Thanks freebiechick for this find.
Twenty47 posted this on the forum and if your like me and get bombarded with telemarketer calls this could be a great thing if it works!Â You can register your phone number, fax number and/or address with the ‘do not contact’ service. 🙂
Do Not Contact Service
The Canadian Marketing Association does not own, compile, prepare or rent lists of consumers’ names and addresses. CMA is a private trade association funded by its members. We offer the Do Not Contact Service free of charge to consumers. If you wish to have your name removed from new contact lists acquired by our members, please follow the registration instructions.
The Do Not Contact Service enables individuals to reduce the number of marketing offers they receive by mail, telephone and fax. Consumers register to have their names removed from marketing lists held by members of the Canadian Marketing Association.
The Apple iPod Nano 8GB Silver is on sale for $199.99$169.99 at Best Buy Canada online.Â That’s an awesome deal for the current generation of iPod Nanos. I wish all the other colours were on sale too, but silver looks pretty nice anyway.