Get any regular footlong for just $6 in the limited time special that started January 30 and ends on the last day of February. No coupon required. For more details see the Subway Home Page or $6 Footlong Sub Page.
*Additional charge for extras and deluxe. Plus applicable tax. Price higher in AK & HI. May not be combined with other offers, coupons, or discount cards. All claims refer to sandwiches on 9-grain wheat bread prepared to standard recipe with lettuce, tomatoes, onions, green peppers and cucumbers.
Subway Sub of the Day
Subway also has a $3.50 6-inch sub special every day. For more details see the Subway Sub of the Day Page.
About Subway (from Wikipedia)
Subway (stylized as SUBWAY) is an American fast food restaurant franchise that primarily sells submarine sandwiches (subs) and salads. It is owned and operated by Doctor’s Associates, Inc. Subway is one of the fastest growing franchises in the world, with 44,818 restaurants in 112 countries and territories as of August 9, 2016. It is the largest single-brand restaurant chain and the largest restaurant operator globally.
Subway’s core product is the submarine sandwich (or “sub”). In addition to these, the chain also sells wraps, salad, and baked goods (including cookies, doughnuts, and muffins).
Subway’s best-selling sandwich, the B.M.T., contains pepperoni, salami, and ham. The name originally stood for Brooklyn Manhattan Transit, but now stands for “Bigger, Meatier, Tastier”.
Subway also sells breakfast sandwiches, English muffins, and flatbread. In 2006, “personal pizzas” debuted in some US markets. These are made to order (like their subs) and heated for 85 seconds. Breakfast and pizza items are only available in some stores. In November 2009, Subway signed a deal to serve exclusively Seattle’s Best Coffee coffee as part of their breakfast menu in the US.
A 2009 Zagat survey named Subway the best provider of “Healthy Options” (in the “Mega Chain” category). Subway was also first in “Top Service” and “Most Popular” rankings. It placed second in “Top Overall”, behind Wendy’s.