Thread: Who's ever tried Jimmy John's sandwiches?

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      • 7 years 5 months ago
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      Kinda.
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        • 7 years 5 months ago
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        Kinda.

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        I never heard of them.
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          • 7 years 5 months ago
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          I tried them about three years ago, didn't like it. About all they put on my sandwich was just a bunch of lettuce and really thin meat.
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            • 2 years 8 months ago
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            I'm not saying they're the best subs on the planet, but I find them to be sufficiently tasty. And since they don't give you a choice of toppings, the line isn't held up by inconsiderate and indecisive customers who take forever to figure out what they want on their sandwich--like at Subway.
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              • 2 years 7 months ago
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              Jimmy John's is OK. Their sandwiches are smaller than Subway for the same price and then they charge extra for cheese. The bread, lettuce, and tomatoes seem to be better quality. Although they definitely don't deserve the "gourmet" designation they bestow upon themselves.

              They also seem to be friendlier than Subway. They're both franchises so that seems like it is completely anecdotal, but maybe the price vs quality aspects attract different kinds of people.
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                • 2 years 3 months ago
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                Quote by Roadgeek
                I tried them about three years ago, didn't like it. About all they put on my sandwich was just a bunch of lettuce and really thin meat.
                This is exactly what I was thinking when I tried them once last year. It really was just a thin little sandwich that was mostly lettuce and onions.

                And I was still hungry afterwards.
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                  • 2 years 3 months ago
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                  They're ok I guess. I prefer Subway and Blimpie's though.
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                    • 2 years 3 months ago
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                    They are opening up locations in my area. I'll wait when a more local location opens.
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                      • 2 years 2 months ago
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                      I heard they suck. Overpriced and small. I have no desire to meet this jimmy john.
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                        • 2 years 2 months ago
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                        They make a good veggie sandwich.
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                          • 2 years 22 days ago
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                          If someone says they're inferior because the sandwich is smaller, that person is judging by the wrong criteria. Jimmy Johns tastes better than Subway, if you like simple deli meat style sandwiches. The bread is fresher, they are made quicker and by friendlier employees and I have yet to have a bad experience.
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                            • 1 year 10 months ago
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                            Jimmy John's Non-Compete Agreements Are Utterly Psychotic

                            "Basically, any former Jimmy John's employee can't work at ANY restaurant that serves sandwiches or even any business that provides sandwiches as a side service within three miles of any existing Jimmy John's."
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                              • 1 year 10 months ago
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                              I saw a non-compete mentioned in one of their job ads recently. Well I guess I won't be applying to one of those places anytime soon.
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