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Dec 18, 2013

News: Sonic Offers $3.99 Footlong Hotdog and Tots Combo

Sonic has brought back quarter pound Footlong versions of each variety of their hot dogs for a limited time and are pairing them with an order of tots and charging $3.99 for the combo.

The hot dogs are available in four varieties: Chicago, New York, All-American, and Chili Cheese Coney.

The Chicago is topped with pickle, relish, tomato, sport peppers, celery salt, and mustard, and comes on a poppy seed bun.

The New York features spicy brown mustard, grilled onions and crunchy sauerkraut on a standard bun.

The All-American is pretty much what a lot of people find at barbecues with ketchup, yellow mustard, relish and chopped onions.

The Chili Cheese Coney, like the name suggests, comes with chili and cheddar cheese.

The chain normally only offers a footlong version of the Chili Cheese Coney.

The Footlong hot dogs are available through the end of the month (although if you can still order a footlong coney, you can probably get one of the other varieties with a custom order).

Here is the commercial for the limited-time combo:



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12 comments :

  1. http://www.topthatpizza.com/

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  2. There's actually a bunch of similar chains now (at least in CA). I probably should have mentioned in the post. Some of them are pretty good. I think Subway beats them on price though, which is kinda their thing.

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  3. I'm not vegan (I was for many years though), and I would definitely order that pizza if it were available here in the US.

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  4. Why get this when you can go to Little Caesar's and get a large pizza for $5? Better quality as well.

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  5. A subway near me already offers this in addition to sandwiches. But I've never seen anyone actually order it.

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  6. I've seen some locations here and there as well. This new store though will serve mainly pizzas and not subs.

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  7. I know these are stand alone versions.. I just wanted to comment on the pizza itself. If it is the same flavor as the one in select stores, it is actually quite good for the money. I prefer it over Little Caesar's or Speedway's pizza.

    What also makes it nice is it still allows you to get Subway points if everyone else wants subs. The ones around here are the 8-9" pie. Unlimited veggies is $4 and adding pepperoni or sausage bumps it to $4.50.
    Everyone makes fun of me when I get a pizza at Subway. Or they had no clue they were offered. We are a smaller town so I find it weird we have them here. It is a good change of pace when you want to run out of work for lunch. Only close to work is McD's, Rallys/Checkers, TacoBell, and Subway.

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  8. I haven't tried their pizza. I looked on the Subway website but I don't see anywhere to find out which stores have the pizza. The Subway inside the local Wal-Mart has nachos, btw, which I also haven't tried. :)

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  9. Yummm! Delicious vegan food is one reason why the number of vegans has doubled in less than 3 years. Here's a video to help everyone understand why so many people are making this life affirming choice: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKr4HZ7ukSE

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  10. My daughter got a subway pizza once.... just once... didn't even finish it, it was terrible, low grade frozen pizza, like worse then Ellio's bad.

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  11. Haha, I never heard of/seen Ellio's... I looked it up... it does not look good...

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  12. Whoa. I loved Ellio's as a kid. I wish I could get here out West.

    Do they still sell it on the East Coast?

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