Global restaurant king Subway is offering one fine deal for December: a six-inch meatball or cold-cut sub for $2.
Nearly nine months after boasting its worldwide presence trumps that of McDonald's ( MCD ), the Milford, Connecticut -based company's promotion occurs during the fast-food industry's slowest month, USA Today reports . This deal is so economically efficient that capitalizing on it twice during one lunch break STILL is cheaper than forking over $5 for a foot-long sub, which the company standardized.
Should the consumer take advantage of this deal, he'd also have to help himself to a two-hour lunch break for the sake of making the experience all the more enjoyable.
When the ubiquitous sub shop pulled ahead of the world presence of McDonald's in early March, a company spokesman expressed an interest in opening as many as 2,000 new restaurants per year.
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