You’ve most likely heard of Subway’s Sub of the Day deal. It’s a rather popular promotion, but not much recent info is available about it online. Read on to find out more about it!
What Is Subway’s Sub Of The Day?
Sub of the Day is one of Subway’s most renowned promotions. Essentially, with this deal, Subway offers a different 6-inch sub variation every day of the week at a low price – typically, $3.50.
The featured subs may vary from location to location. As an example, here’s what Subway offered in the Western US two years ago:
- Monday – Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki.
- Tuesday – Oven Roasted Chicken.
- Wednesday – Turkey Breast.
- Thursday – Italian B.M.T.
- Friday – Tuna.
- Saturday – Black Forest Ham.
- Sunday – Meatball Marinara.
This won’t necessarily be the sub schedule at your local sub, so you should ask them directly for more details.
How Much Does Sub Of The Day Cost?
The cost of Sub of the Day deals may vary from Subway to Subway. Typically, it’s $3.50, though in some locations, you may have to pay $3.99.
Is Sub Of The Day Still A Thing?
Sub of the Day isn’t a nationwide offer, and it may not be present in all locations or countries. Judging by posts on Reddit and Quora, some Subways no longer offer this promotion (though some still do). You’ll have to call your local Subway to find out if they are currently running this promotion.
The Sub of the Day page on the US Subway’s website was blank at the moment of this article’s writing, which is odd. But again, some Subways could still be keeping the deal around.
Note: Its not just Americans that love the Sub of the Day deal at Subway! Here’s commercials for it from two other languages we found on YouTube!
Are There Other Deals At Subway To Know About?
Even if the daily sub flavors are no longer a thing at your Subway, there still are many other ways to save. We’ve detailed them in our Subway FAQ article. Subway regularly offers deals, promo codes, and has a rewards program – check out the FAQ article for more info!
Interesting facts about Subway:
- In 2013, Subway tweeted that the company was using 16 acres of lettuce per day, jokingly asking readers how many football fields that is equivalent to. The answer is around 12 (since a regulation field has an area of 57,600 square feet, or about 1.32 acres).
- Subway meals are slightly healthier than McDonald’s ones, according to the Cooper Institute. Subway meals contain more vegetables, less sugar, and are richer in protein, but they have more sodium.
- In 2013, Subway was sued for selling footlong subs that were actually shorter than 12 inches. After a settlement was reached, Subway agreed to ensure that footlong sandwiches are indeed a foot long.