Quiznos Complaint - $5 Sub are really $5.99
CALIFORNIA -- Greetings,
I am sure at one point or another some of you have seen the commercial of a lady grabbing a $5 bill off the wall and starts to eat it. Point of the commercial $5 sub.
I decided I would have a Quiznos $5 sub...drove up to the location displayed on the front window a sign $5 sub. I go in to place my order...one problem no $5 subs. I look at the sign again the big $5 is there but in really small font next to the 5 is. 99 so in actuality the advertised $5 sub is really $5.99. I even asked the person taking my order, "do you have a $5 sub? Her reply, "no."
You advertise on national TV $5 subs but no $5 sub...is this false advertising? Because if it is where do I sign up for a class action lawsuit. Is this legal? How does a company get away with this? It is bad enough Quiznos shows nicely filled sandwiches...that are nothing like what you actually get...but to straight out say one price and charge another...that is just over the edge for me.
Has anyone had the same experience? Or is there smaller fine print I may have missed?