[EXPIRED] 33% off 6-inch Subs at Subway using GrabPay
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[EXPIRED] 33% off 6" Subs a Subway using GrabPay
Last Updated: 5 July 2018 - A friend of mine tried using this today and was told it has expired. Until next time.. Sorry I didn't give you guys much time to use this deal!
Deal Rating: 5/10
GrabPay - yet another "QR Code" payment app.
Not that I'm complaining, because it means more competition, and more competition tends to mean more promotions/discounts/deals.
Here's one for those who feel like a sandwich.
Use GrabPay to pay for your 6" sub and get 33% off!
Non participating outlets as follows:
- Changi Airport (all outlets at the airport)
- Airline House
- NTU Student Services
- NUS School of Engineering
- Sentosa (Imbiah)
- Singapore American School
- Tampines Hub
- Tampines Telepark 456
- Jurong West St 41
No explicitly stated expiry date.
Here's a photo I managed to snap of the menu. I'm not sure if prices are uniform across all stores in Singapore.
So, three price points:
- $5.60 -> $3.75
- $6.50 -> $4.36
- $7.30 -> $4.89
I walked in and contemplated ordering one, but then I thought, I could get mixed rice from the Hawker center down the road for the same price and get a fairly good mix of meat + veggie at a reasonable size. I still find a 6" to be a tad too small.
However, if you're really after a sandwich, it's definitely not a bad deal!
I haven't used GrabPay yet so I can't comment on how easy it is to use yet, but I do know you need to "top up" your GrabPay wallet with money first (min top up $10).
That concludes my short but sweet deal for the week!