Free Quiznos Subs

Quiznos is giving out free sub coupons. All you have to do is give your first name, last name, zip, birthday, and email address for their marketing database and tell them what your favorite sub is. Once the email arrives in your box, it will be equipped with some kind of send-to-a-friend function so they can also exchange their personal information for sandwiches. Order up one for JackB Nimble at please.

MillionSubs [Quiznos] (Thanks to everyone who sent this in!)


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  1. christoj879 says:

    Just got one, very delicious.

  2. concordia says:

    Better dust off that ‘outrageously long line at Denny’s’ article and do some find and replace.

  3. kaptainkk says:

    Sure enough, the email showed up in my spam folder…LOL!

  4. ludwigk says:

    Avoid their ‘healthy’ turkey sandwich like the plague. Worst. Turkey. Ever. That sandwich is so bad, it made me stop eating at Quiznos altogether, even though its convenient and cheap.

    I’d rather go hungry than eat that crappy sandwich.

    • batsy says:

      @ludwigk: Turkey on wheat bread topped with vegetables is perfectly healthy – it’s the cheese and the sauces that make it unhealthy, so just avoid too much of those.

      And I just had a Quizno’s turkey sub and it was delicious – don’t know what you’re talking about!

    • RenRen says:

      @ludwigk: Can’t say the same for the people in Africa, who’d rather get the dysentery than go hungry. Doctors Without Borders

      It was your “hungry” statement that required this response.

  5. Geekybiker says:

    Do they really check your ID at the store? I would really rather not give out real info.

    • Corporate-Shill says:


      I hope not. I am registered as Farkingnutz Aholic.

    • UnicornMaster says:

      @Geekybiker: I actually refuse to sign up because I do NOT want to give my real info. But if I can use a throwaway email account (everyone should have one of these) and some fake info I just might sign up for it.

    • wickedpixel says:

      @Geekybiker: Used this for lunch and I DID have to show ID, fyi

      • RandomHookup says:

        @wickedpixel: It’s only your name, folks. They won’t fingerprint you. Provide your real-ish name, a zip code and your “sign up for porn” email address.

        Or use your fake ID.

    • Pink Puppet says:

      @Geekybiker: When I worked for Quiznos, we checked ID on the coupons. Franchises and staff preferences vary, but its a reasonable expectation.

      A hilariously punny pseudonym, however, is more likely to slide past because of how ridiculous it is. Amuse the cashier-monkey, and almost anything goes.

  6. magic8ball says:

    It’s nice to see a company recognize that my demographic information is worth something, rather than trying to get me to give it to them for free.

    • XTC46 says:

      @magic8ball: And its actually a lot. For the cost of a quizno’s sub, I can buy a list of opted in, validated email adresses with about 1k email addresses, so they apparently think your info is worth alot.

  7. keith4298 says:

    This is what [] was made for.

  8. Corporate-Shill says:

    Thank goodness for disposalble email addys.

  9. Hastin says:

    I can confirm, they do check IDs.

  10. Don Chiurazzi says:

    They checked me today at lunch, although they may give it to you anyway due to the comedic effect.

  11. geekgrrl77 says:

    Mmmmmmm I love me some Quiznos. The classic club is my favorite. Hopefully the line won’t be too long tomorrow.

  12. secretoftheeast says:

    I tried to print the coupon out at the office (the only printer I have since I rarely print anything personal) and it ended up stalling the network printer!

    I thought it might be a bad printer, so I registered with another email address and tried printing to another, and again, hung the printer!

    I think it’s a conspiracy!

  13. EhnoValemount says:

    You can obviously sign up with bogus account info, but if you sign up with real info they send you coupons about once a month. Usually stuff like free drink & chips with a sandwich or a couple bucks off whatever new sandwich they’re promoting.

    I have it coming to and I haven’t seen any spam coming in with that tag so I really doubt that they’re selling my info.

  14. Michael Belisle says:

    I used to be on their mailing list. The coupons were good, but then they stopped coming. And I stopped going to Quiznos.

    Guess it’s time to sign up my special Quiznos address again.

  15. ywgflyer says:

    Let me guess – – not good in Canada, right?


  16. cynical_bastard says:

    all the ones around me closed :(

  17. Ysa says:

    Tried printing one of the coupons and it came out as gibberish although I think that’s our printer at fault. Now I really want a Traditional. MmmMMmm

  18. Plates says:

    So you get a bad sandwich for your personal info? Sounds like a bad deal.

    • TVarmy says:

      @Plates: For your name, birthday, email address, and zip code. Not exactly the family jewels, but probably a bit more info than you’re comfortable with anyone having.

  19. heart.shaped.rock says:

    That won’t fly in my town. God forbid you should attempt to redeem any coupons at our local Quizno’s. You’ll be shot down like a criminal.

    They always post the latest coupon flyer on the door with a big, bright note that says “We ARE NOT participating in this ad campaign and will not honor these coupons!!!” (Yeah, with all the caps and exclamation points, too.) And if you miss the sign or try to use the coupon anyway, prepare to meet your maker, or at least be made a fool of at the cash register. When they first opened, they handed out “buy 1 get 1 free” coupons all over town, then interrogated people who tried to use them, claiming that they were redeeming alot more than they handed out. I think the response was just alot bigger than they thought it would be.

    I understand that Quizno’s is one of the least-profitable franchises and that corporate support of these ads is non-existent. But to lose out on tons of repeat business by not participating in these promotions is, well, just silly.

    • scottr0829 says:

      @heart.shaped.rock: They don’t honor them at many stores because Quiznos Corporate is notorious for not reimbursing the franchises for the promotions. My local Quiznos will offer something like $1 or $2 off if you bring in a BOGO coupon.

      • Anonymous says:

        @scottr0829: yeah, my local store wouldn’t take them either…we’re still recovering from a hurricane last year and I had to drive across town to find an open store, only to see a sign on the front door emphatically stating that they were “NOT A PARTICIPATING STORE”

  20. heart.shaped.rock says:

    I’m going to try this one anyway..heheh.. just to see what kind of response I get.

  21. Cat_In_A_Hat says:

    Mine didn’t print…what a rip!

  22. Swizzler121 says:

    I tried 3 times to get the coupon printed, at first I thought It was my printer, but I then tested it with a test print and it worked fine, probably some dumbass coder screwed up and it only works under internet explorer or something a retarded corprate web designer would do.

  23. Anonymous says:

    I called our local Quizno’s and was told that they didn’t accept the coupon because….they lowered their prices 2 weeks ago. But my fiance tells me they never accepted coupons. The guy on the phone tried to tell me that their beef something or other used to be 10-12 dollars and is now 9.99. If it were 10something, how much of a discount are we really talking?

    Then he tried to pressure me into ordering delivery on the spot.

  24. Madge Gristle says:

    Don’t know about anyone else, but I’ve never made it through a Quizno’s sandwich without having to run to a bathroom. Their sauces make for diarrhea inducing sandwiches. From speaking with friends, I’m not the only one.

  25. Ratty says:

    If Jimmy John’s offered omething like this I’d sell my personal info for a #17, easy on the mayo. Hell yeah.

  26. HeartBurnKid, creepy morbid freak says:

    Fair warning: This coupon just completely failed to print in Firefox under Ubuntu. The site thinks it was successful, but it wasn’t.

  27. Ezra Ekman says:

    Read the fine print:

    “By completing the form, Entrants will automatically be entered into the Quiznos Q-Club marketing database…”

  28. HurfDurf says:

    Oh cool! Now I can go back to Quiz 4+ years after I ordered a sandwich they promoted heavily, then they say they are out of the upgraded meat, but will gladly give me the inferior, then they are out of the bread, but will gladly !!charge me more for bread I don’t want!!, then got extremely rude when I didn’t accept their generous offers to make and charge me more for a sandwich I never asked for.

  29. Lauren Guitar says:

    Unfortunately the offer is not available in Canada. I’m disappointed.

  30. larrymac808 says:

    Nice cropping on the pic! (see upper left)

  31. FuryOfFirestorm says:

    Fill out the form as ‘Jared Fogle'(aka Subway Diet Guy) and see Quiznos go ape shit thinking the ‘real’ Jared defected

  32. bagumpity says:

    Friends don’t let friends eat at Quiznos. Jimmy John’s OTOH…

  33. MissNikki says:

    Wont print. Saved it to PDF, still wont print. Lame!

  34. Sean Meyers says:




    • RandomHookup says:

      @Sean Meyers: Nothing like a little fraud in the morning.

    • Anonymous says:

      Sean, the problem is all of these have 20 digit codes on them that are used to verify they have been used only once. After that, the CC terminal we run the codes through will tell us it has already been used by denying the transaction. FYI, this is why some franchisees don’t accept coupons. They don’t want to get ripped off by unscrupulous people. My five stores do, as I believe not to do so damages you in the eyes of your customers.

    • TexasMama37 says:

      @Sean Meyers: That’s why so many places don’t take printed coupons anymore — fraudulent guys like you. Really, there’s almost no point in manufacturers offering coupons on their websites because none of the grocery stores around here will take them because of fraud. Your actions could be why so many Quiznos restaurants won’t take these coupons, either.

  35. mechfluff says:

    I finally got it to print in IE after waiting for the example coupon to fully load, but all it printed was an example. aaaarrrrggghh. I’m gonna try this w/ a different e-mail. Damn you Quiznos.

  36. mechfluff says:

    So, I’m trying again and the captcha was illegible, so i clicked the audio option. All I got was some weird sounding girl and an illegible guy talking w/ dogs barking in the background. Quisnos is weird. I’m beginning to wonder if this is all worth a sandwich.

  37. the_gank says:

    That’s a lot of my social persona for just one Q-Sub. My email addy enough is worth 2 q-Sub coupled with d.o.b, that’s another Q-Sub on its own.

    No way.

    • EhnoValemount says:

      @the_gank: Your email address is worth nothing. They want to give you a coupon so that you go there and see how good their sandwiches are.

      The only reason they don’t just post the coupon to print is because they want you to come back and pay full price rather than just use a new coupon every day.

      Your “social persona” is worth nothing.

  38. WIgopher says:

    I’ve tried my work email, my regular email, and my 2 junk emails…each time I get nothing. The coupon never even opens up. I click the link and bam! No coupon…just the little pop-up window that it’s supposed to be in, and it’s blank…but I can mouse over the print here…and it prints a giant black box. :(

  39. Anonymous says:

    So I signed up, printed out my coupon, walked into a Quiznos shop, and had my coupon rejected.

    The reason? “Oh, it’s a copy, and we can’t accept copied coupon”.

    wtf is that bull****? They need to teach their employees to tell better lies.

    I’m not really picky when it comes to sandwiches, but I’m definitely avoiding Quiznos from now on.

  40. Inail says:

    Not to kick a gift horse, but I shouldn’t have gotten one, even though it was free.

    Super super salty. Don’t think I’ve ever had such a salty sub. Any nutritional values of the 6″ subs online? I couldn’t find them, although Subway lists theirs.

  41. Anomaly69 says:

    The only thing I got out of this was a hosed up printer.

  42. David Thatcher says:

    The coupon says tax not included. However it is illegal for them to charge you tax at least in California. Print out a copy of [] and take with you.

  43. btdown says:

    Quiznos stuff is nasty. I wouldnt eat a sandwich from there even if it was free.

  44. grapedog says:

    when Quizno’s got rid of meatball subs, they lost me as a customer.

  45. ValedaFusus says:

    i tried to use my free coupon in chicago (madison and wash) and the store refused to participate! Sure this is valid as written on the fine print, but makes me wonder how many stores actual do participate.

  46. dale3h says:

    Use CutePDF writer or Adobe Acrobat Pro to print it to a PDF file and you can print it as many times as you’d like.

  47. Anonymous says:

    I was denied at 3 Northern California Locations, stating that this particular Quiznos wouldn’t accept this coupon. What gives, are they committing fraud by obtaining information from folks and NOT honoring this. These are OAKLAND and SAN FRANCISCO Quiznos…..I am very disappointed….

    Any advice from folks? Is this coupon bogus??

  48. Anonymous says:

    Got mine to print with a little delay. Went with friends and drove to 2 shops and neither were honoring the coupon. Went home and had leftovers. What a bummer. Called another one today and found out that they will honor it. Hooray! will go tomorrow!!

  49. Lysander Mombay says:

    I am a regular Quiznos customer and I was so dissatisfied with your advertising lately “Million sub giveaway”. The cashier asked me to come back the next day since there was no briefing on the promotion you just launched. However, I came back the following day and to no avail. They said they are not participating in this countrywide promotion. There is a saying that “losing a customer is just like losing ten.” Whoever is in charge of this promotion should be trained properly before he goes to media. This will ruin the image of such prestigious company.