Friday Fave-Subway Cookies

Intended for: Cookie Monsters
I’m not a fan of most sweets but my weakness is the simply sweet chocolate chip cookie.  I’m a purist.  I like my cookie void of frills like oatmeal or nuts and a little chewy.  Hands down, my favorite chocolate chip cookie is from a company that specializes in creating sandwiches, Subway.  You can buy buy individual cookies or buy 3 cookies for under a buck and a half.  You’ll get three large discs that have baked to a lovely bronze hue and filled with a generous portion of chocolate chips.    They’re my weakness and I used to be able to eat one and save the others for later but no longer. I lost my willpower a long time ago.  I just can’t resist the chewy goodness and they soon disappear bite by bite.
There’s a Subway particularly close to my house and I’m a frequent customer.   Only recently did I notice something.  My husband loves to fill out surveys and he’s a big fan of Panda’s Express which has an offer on every receipt.  If you go to the site described on the receipt and fill out a quick survey, you receive a code for a free item on your next purchase.  All these years of going to Subway weekly and I never thought to look at my receipt until just last week.  I almost did a dance in shock.  Every receipt gives you a unique code.  Use those codes to fill out the online feedback form about your experience at that particular Subway store and you receive a coupon for a free cookie!!!  What?!!!  Are you kidding me?  A free cookie?  At the rate I eat those cookies, I’ll save so much money I can take a trip to Disneyland.
Next time you’re at Subway, look to see if your receipt gives you a code to visit the customer feedback site
Subway online survey image

Subway's Online Customer Feedback Survey

 The survey takes just a minute or two.  I love the store near our house.  The staff are friendly and efficient and don’t even blink an eye at my list of detailed demands on how I want my sandwich made (see end of post).  The only suggestion I might make to Subway is that they add a drive-thru lane.  I don’t know how feasible that would be but I would be willing to wait out the line in my car.  And I tip my hat to a company that values their customer’s opinions and satisfaction.  Another fast food establishment nearby has gotten our orders wrong the last three times and I was really disappointed to find that there’s no way to give customer feedback online.  They’re lucky their fries are so good, I keep going back for more. Anyway, after you complete your survey, a coupon for a free cookie will be emailed to you.  All that’s left is to redeem and enjoy.

Subway cookie coupon

Your tasty reward for your thoughts and opinions.

I do need help breaking my addiction to today’s Friday Fave. Is there a support group I can join? Seriously, they are delightful but not especially healthy.   These cookies alone have thwarted my efforts to lose the baby weight.  I’ve started a running program in hopes to justify my daily treat of these delectable treats.  It’s complete worth running for.My other tip:  Subway is a go-to when I need to take meals to work.  I pick up a foot-long and eat half for lunch and the other half for dinner. The sandwich stays much more fresh if I ask for condiments and the veggies on the side and add them in right before I eat it.  I even bring in my own container for the veggies. Yes, I like me some jalapenos. Mmmmm, spicy.  Come back tomorrow for photos from Mike and Beka’s family session at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel.

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  • Joy - March 4, 2011 - 9:46 pm

    Haha! I love Subway cookies!!! My new addiction though is the cookies we have at work. Sooo good but sooo bad! I’ve been getting 2 for me and 2 for grandma lately. Which is better then 4 for just me 😉

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  • sonya - March 9, 2011 - 2:26 pm

    i’ve never had their cookies….hhhmmm i dont really like chocolate though…maybe i’ll try an oatmeal one.

  • admin - March 9, 2011 - 2:49 pm

    you don’t like chocolate? How is that possible? My niece doesn’t like chocolate either. Well, I don’t like oatmeal=) Tell me how it tastes.

  • Scott - March 11, 2011 - 11:31 am

    A whole post dedicated to cookies? Who would have thought.

  • Todd - April 2, 2011 - 8:19 am

    I can’t remember the last time I actually was offered a receipt from a Subway, but I guess I’ll have to ask! Not that I need the chocolate chip cookie either, but I get a pair of them about 50% of the time I go to Subway and one usually vanishes with the sandwich, the other disappears in the next couple of hours. I am a bit picky about their cookie quality, though. Crunchy is good, chewy is acceptable, but every once in a while it ends up under baked and mushy. I guess if the cookies are mushy and the receipt actually does offer a survey, maybe I can help contribute to improved cookie quality for all!

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