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Subway Melt Footlong Now $7

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The title says it all. They added my favourite to the $7 range. Used to be over $9 at my local.

Enjoy the bacon without the extra cost!

Also $7 for the Italian B.M.T.

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    What's a BMT? I know what a BLT is but BMT…

    • +4 votes

      Salami/Pepperoni/Ham. Allegedly stands for "Biggest Meatiest Tastiest".

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      Never had that one. In the photos it looks like ham and salami. I can't explain the abbreviation.

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        Had one toasted the other day as a substitute for the $7 pizza sub. Think I still prefer the pizza sub.

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          You can ask for the marinara sauce before they toast it, so you get extra meat for less money compared to the Pizza sub, if that's what you're after.

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          Good idea! I'll ask them to hold off the ham while I'm at it.

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      When subway first came to Australia the BMT had 4 meats. Struggling to remember what the 4th one was but I think it was either roast beef or turkey. I worked at Subway at the time but they weren't very popular. What was very popular was the satay chicken…….can't understand why they got rid of that one.

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    Also; you cannot use coupons from https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/155189 as it doesn't include already discounted offers.
    I tried yesterday. No $5 footlongs!

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    Does anyone else think the image for this deal looks like the advice animal backgrounds?

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    The place I go to raised the $7 classic subs to $7.45 a few years ago and now they're at $7.85 I think. I stopped going to Subway after that.

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      I think all places in WA eventually raised the $7, can't stay forever.

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      Should've just reduced the size of the sandwich huh. Oh wait it's called a footlong … :p

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        You're lucky if you get 11 inches. There have been law suits about this too: http://blogs.wsj.com/law/2014/04/02/subway-reaches-tentative...

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          11 inches is still impressive

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          @muncan: It's not the size that matters, it's the sauce.

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          Reminds me of Pizza… a 'large' these days is what a small was 20 years ago.
          'Large' Pizza these days - what a joke.

          A large pizza was absolutely monstrous when I was a kid.

          Liked your lawsuit link I wish someone was watching things closer here in Aus.

          Good to see the current Pizza 'wars' going on though, guess it helps.

          Alas, I digress (sorry)… Asked if/for $7.00 melt at Hoxton Park Subway today…. Nope.

          Not at all Subways involved I guess - seems to me this one often isn't.

          To be fair though - they do currently have the basic/current offer foot longs on for $7.00.

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          @Chris Farley: That's dodgy of them. While the website certainly has the usual "participating restaurants" disclaimer their store locator shows the Hoxton Park as an "Eat Fresh® Club restaurant". Weird, might warrant some more detailed questions.

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          @team teri: I will update my comments in favour of this Subway as I went back to get a 'melt' the next day - which I did get for $7.00. I'm guessing that the young person serving may not have known that the melt was one of the subs on sale when I went the day before & in fairness, I could have asked/questioned him.

          So I'll retract my initial comment given that this Subway seemed to have made their staff better aware of the deal. I will also add that this was a GREAT sub that was made very well. Big thank you to the people who recommended the 'Southwest' sauce too, tried it out and it was very nice.

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          You said southwest again! +1

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          @Chris Farley: But a large pizza wasn't $4.95 20 years ago when Pizza Hut had a monopoly over the industry. We used to pay around $25-30 for 1 family pizza if I recall which was only a bit bigger than a typical 2014 large pizza.

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      Because of 85 cents? Wow.

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        You have to draw the line somewhere.

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        They did it for $7.85 (now $8) while other stores were still doing $7. They're the only store I go to due to location, and not going to them anymore means not going to subway, full stop.

        85c is also a decent percentage of $7. If a car dealer overcharged me 85c it would be a rounding of f error, but for a sandwich we're talking more than 10%.

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      Was $4.95 in Perth City! ….about 6 years ago though…

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      $ub-weigh at Riverton WA has $7 classics all marked up to $7.45, but they happily tell you that if you flash your Seniors Card you get them for $7.
      Also noted a few years back the seafood went from 6 scoops to 4 as did the bits of ultra-thin cheese.
      (How DO they slice it that thin without it falling apart?)

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    BMT is really good with pizza sauce and makes it taste just like a pizza.

    Anyone know what sauce works best with Melt? Chick suggested Ranch yesterday which imo didn't go at all.

    Three Pepper Chicken has also come down $1 to $9.95

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    Have they reduced the width of the bread? Got one recently, seems smaller (in width) than the sandwiches a year ago.

    Smart way to reduce the quantity while still calling it footlong :p

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    Can you really lose weight eating these? I saw that video about all the extra fat and calories that aren't counted in the standard recipe. I don't even know what the standard recipe is. Also, I doubt there are any ozbargainers who would chooses the white bread, as it isn't a bargain.

    Anyway, Great Thumbnail Picture! 5UBWAY. lulz.

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    Yum I love the subway melt thanks OP :)

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    was there tonight (glenferri vic).
    no sign of 7$ foot long.
    had some $2 toAsties instead.
    toasted roll with choice of avacardo, cheese, or garlic butter as side dish.

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    Subway claims thumbnails infringe copyright? LOL

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    Wow. Genuine 2009 prices!

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    Had one last Tuesday from Bull Creek WA. Had been broken into, front window boarded up. Staff didn't get the joke when I asked if their footlongs also came in a plain brown wrapper. (Asberger's sauce anyone?)

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    Had one yesterday! Yum! The girl at the Engadine store made it perfect.. you should've seen how well she laid out the ingredients. It was a work of art. You would've creamed your pants. Wish more people in this world would take pride in their work.. or at least just be good at whatever they do.

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    I have been going to Kalamunda subway after nightshift and getting foot longs with bacon, 2 poached eggs, cheese and all the salads for…..$5.

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    Also, for a limited time wash down your favourite Sub with any 600ml Coca-Cola variety* for just $3! (*Excludes Powerade)
    Great deal. Thanks OP :)

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    They charged me full price, so I've messaged Subway via Facebook with the receipt (The special is listed on their Facebook page).

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