Not a new development, but one we've not reported before: if you sign up for Subway's Eat Fresh Club, you get a free six-inch sub and drink on your birthday, plus occasional SMS and email special offers for your local store. Not a bad way of scoring some free food presuming you don't mind sharing your personal data; just make sure you choose one of the healthier options. [Subway via OzBargain]
Subway Eat Fresh Club Offers A Free Meal On Your Birthday
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