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We just got an email from Subway that they are "excited" to be changing the rewards program this summer. Like now you will get a point for spending $1 but you only get $2 off after spending $200!

With the current program you get a foot long sub for 100 points that is worth at least $6. Also currently you can get a 6 inch for 50 points that is worth over $3. You can also get smaller items for less points. They will also convert your existing rewards to the new program called "Subway My way Rewards"!

So you are losing at least $10 worth of rewards.

No wonder they are excited. Kiss your free subs goodbye!

Review about: Subway Rewards Program.

Reason of review: rewards program changing.

Monetary Loss: $10.

Preferred solution: Don't change it! The subs are over priced to begin with so I won't go there anymore!.

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Anonymous
#1504928

Please, whatever you get is free, people are always whining

Anonymous
#1502403

Totally agree .. try and get a free cookie

Anonymous
#1458129

oh sheetz did the same move btw

Anonymous
#1458127

This greety cops are all about money Panera is the same way do theres and het like 100 dollor off a fuc..... kids meal. Like I go to Panera bread for a kids maeal give me a break

Anonymous
#1458126

its not in the ne ohio market anywas soooo ya i dont need to kiss anything

Anonymous
#1451846

$50 gets you 200 tokens and that become a $2 certificate.Each dollar gets 4 tokens.Plus you get surprise offers

BigMacOle
#1451759

So basically this is how it works. If you had existing rewards points Subway took those points and multiplied them by 8.

So if you had 300 points you now have 2400 tokens. SO you first got screwed there because you had enough tokens to get 3 footlong subs under the old program. Now you only have enough for 3 sybs. This is all based on the $6 footlong.

So if your someone that usually bought a club ($9 sub) you get screwed even more. The reality is you got a point for every dollar spent on the old program you had to spend $100 to get a free footlong sub. A footlong sub was 100 points. NOW, in order to get that free footlong sub (if its a club you buy) your going to need approximately $10 in tokens, to get those tokens your going to have to spend $200 now.

So the gist is this........ Subway basically cut the rewards program in half. My advice, if you have a Blimpie..... go there.

Their "Blimpie EClub" is Join the Blimpie eClub and you’ll receive an exclusive offer with every email. Buy One Get One Free Sub, $1 off any sub. So its still dollar for dollar. Oh yeah and btw, if you dont use yuor new Subway rewards, they expire in 90 days from the date you earned it.

So yes all around better program for Subway.... NOT THE CUSTOMER!!!

Anonymous
to GrippingAvocet #1454082

I wish i had a Blimpie sub shop! You just saved me alot of typing--you hit all points of their stupid new program--rip off!!!!! But you do have 12 months to use your old points/tokens!

Anonymous
#1450875

I really do not understand the program, old and new. A receipt from last October 2017, it said I had 272 points.

Today I go online, and now the figure is 65! Points expired? Called customer service. They Converted the points.

$4 balance expired points-probably Can they put them back? Not a chance. This stinks!

Should have used up my points I guess before the so-called "conversion" which seems to have taken a long time to do so. Guess I will stick with going to WAWA or Publix to get my hoagies.

Anonymous
#1450427

Subway is a big joke!!! I will no longer eat there due to this company trying to *** the customer's. This company complained about losing customers, well guess what they going to lose more customer's now with this joke of a program they got going on.

Anonymous
#1449274

I had enough points to get 2 free foot long subs and all the sudden I get an email saying congratulations your points have been converted! So now instead of 2 free foot longs I have $6. WTF

Anonymous
#1438271

Absolutely terrible way to screw customers out of free subs.

Anonymous
#1437941

I noticed the same thing. They're selling it as an improvement but basically they devalued the points.

That is probably why they 'gave' us the special bonus when converting existing points. It is going to take more purchases now to earn the same reward.

Anonymous
#1429463

This is crazy that they change their program for the worst program ever!!!!

Anonymous
to Anonymous #1454084

Yup, you'll spend about $144.00 to get a free sub, thats roughly 24 subs compaired to 9 with the old plan!!!

Anonymous
#1335205

Does anyone know the ACTUAL DATE the program changes?

Anonymous
to John #1355215

Called SUBWAY at 1-800-888-4848, waited through the options to a general operator, and the lady I spoke with believes it will change around September 15th, 2017.

Anonymous
Dallas, Texas, United States #1322282

krcmaric: You say "Like now you will get a point for spending $1 but you only get $2 off after spending $200!"

That's not correct. You get 4 tokens for each $1 spent.

When you get 200 tokens, you get a $2.00 reward. It takes a $50 purchase to get 200 tokens.

But you're right that it'll take more to buy some subs.

Example: Today, you spend $100 to get 100 points which can buy a top of the line sub (about $8.00). Under the new program, you would spend $200 to get that same sub ($200 = 800 tokens = $8.00).

Anonymous
#1321943

The new program looks horrible, and I have to act fast...I have over a 1000 points to use, before I lose them! Let's see...

100 points for a free footlong, or 200 "tokens" for a $2 off credit that expires in 90 days. Yeah, I'm eat free subs from now until this new program starts.

krcmaric
to AnnoyedInOH Bedford, Virginia, United States #1321966

Hopefully everyone like you will find out and use their points before they are screwed!

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