Did you know that some stores take credit cards but not all? Did you know that most (if not all) of the restaurants in your location take credit cards, but some do not? This is because Subway does not accept credit cards. A popular campaign from Subway boasted that they would soon accept Ebt. The purpose of this article is to discover more about this campaign and whether or not it was true.
The Subway sandwich chain recently publicized a special offer. If the customer used their app on their phone, they would get 8% discount on their sandwiches. The problem is that this offer isn’t exactly what people were ‘promised’. When people first saw the ad, they were told to download the link and provide the code at checkout in order to get the discount. This offer is ONLY for customers who already have an account with them and are logged in to it at checkout when buying their sandwiches. Does Subway take Ebt? In short, yes! Does Subway take Ebt?- The Truth Behind the Campaign by Aaron Liss It’s time for the truth. Are you ready for the truth?? The short answer: no! Or rather, yes! Sort of. They take ebates but not all of us use ebates and not all of us know about ebates so my guess is that many folks just ended up paying full.
This year’s ad campaign for Subway is called “Famous Footlongs.” This is a clever way to grab our attention, but it begs the question: do these sandwiches really come as long as that? The answer, according to the company, is yes.
At first glance, this seems like a pretty good deal- get your sandwich for just $5. But not so fast – there are some important things you need to know about Subway and their famous footlongs before you order one of these sandwiches. They may be shorter than advertised! Here are five things you need to know about the “Famous Footlong” marketing campaign from Subway and why it doesn’t always live up to what they claim it does.
What is a Footlong?
A footlong is a length of bread that measures exactly 12 inches on both ends. This means it’s an inch shorter than the standard sandwich size in Subway shops.
Bread can vary in length, so the length of the bread in your sandwiches may not be exactly 12 inches, but it will be close enough to count as a footlong. If you have any doubts, it’s best to ask for your sandwich to be made “footlong style.” The company also specifies that if your sandwich is made without any toppings or condiments, it will still be considered a footlong.
How long is a footlong?
When it comes to Subway sandwiches, the “famous footlong” is 12 inches long. But when you order a sandwich online in advance, the length of your footlong will be measured before it gets made for you.
Now the question is, how do they measure this?
To make these sandwiches, sandwiches are put on a conveyor belt that measures eight feet long. Then when these 12-inch sandwiches get all stacked up on the belt, only 4-5 inches are actually sandwich – the rest is just bread and meat. The length of your sandwich will depend on where you place it on the belt. For example: if you place your sandwich at one end of the belt, then it will be longer than if you placed it at the other end of the belt.
Does Subway take ebt?
The first thing you need to know about the “Famous Footlongs” marketing campaign is that Subway does in fact take ebt. This means that if you use ebt at Subway, you’ll be able to get a footlong sandwich for just $5.
This is great news for people who are on tight budgets and can only afford to eat out at fast-food restaurants occasionally. It also makes it easy for people who rely on ebt to have a healthy meal when they only have access to fast food.
Now comes the bad part – the famous footlong sandwiches actually aren’t quite as long as advertised! On average, these sandwiches are 11 inches long, but there are some exceptions. You can find 11 inch footlongs at certain locations of Subway restaurants throughout the country (including in San Francisco). The longest footlongs that Subway has were 12 inches- so if you order one of those, you’ll really be getting your money’s worth!
The Truth Behind the Campaign.
1. The Famous Footlongs are only available for dine-in.
2. The price for a footlong sandwich goes up when you add in the toppings of your choice.
3. Some locations may offer a longer sandwich which is the same price as a footlong but contains more meat and bread, giving it an even longer length.
4. Subway doesn’t have any advertisements that advertise how long their famous footlongs actually are; they simply say “Famous Footlongs” so it’s hard to tell if you are getting what you want in terms of size and length without doing some analysis on your own with the ingredients listed on the menu board at your local Subway restaurant.
5. Finally, there is no guarantee that a footlong will be 10 inches long because they just say “Famous Footlongs” and don’t specify exactly how long they are; therefore, if you end up with a shorter sandwich than expected, there isn’t anything to be done about it – other than to ask for more bread or meat!
So what should you do if you get something different from what you expected? Well, fear not! You can
If you’re wondering whether or not Subway takes ebt, the answer is no. Subway is not a restaurant that accepts ebt.