Subway is stepping up it’s sub game with a couple of new options in the BBQ Chicken and Frank’s Red Hot Buffalo Chicken Subs, and you can try one out for free with the Buy Two, Get One Free deal!
The BBQ Chicken Sub has chicken strips toasted with sweet BBQ sauce. Subway recommends topping it with fresh lettuce, tomatoes, red onions and pickles. The Frank’s Red Hot Buffalo Chicken Sub has chicken strips coated in Frank’s Buffalo sauce, and suggested toppings are fresh lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers and ranch dressing. Of course, this is Subway, so you can get it your way! Put whatever you want on it, really. Subway posted about the new subs on Facebook.
You can try one of these out for free with the Buy Two, Get One Free deal!
Subway Buy Two, Get One Free Footlongs Deal
Buy two Footlong Subs and get one free with a Subway deal valid for a limited time! No coupon or promo code is needed, but not all Subway locations are participating in the promotion. Subway announced the deal on their website homepage and on Facebook.
*At participating restaurants. Some subs shown with Guacamole, Double Meat & other Extras, which are available for an addt’l charge. No addt’l discounts. No delivery.
Ordering Online for the Buy Two Get One Footlong Subway Deal
Note that not all locations are participating in this free footlong deal, so make sure you “Find Participating Location” to find one convenient for you that honors it.
You’ll see something like this at checkout if you’ve got at least 3 footlong subs in your cart:
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Subway Fresh Value $2.99 Subs Deal
Subway has announced its new Fresh Value menu featuring two six inch subs for just $2.99 each. Choose between the Oven Roasted Chicken or the Veggie Delite for $2.99 each. If you want something smaller, get sliders starting at $1.89. The Oven Roasted Chicken usually comes with chicken, lettuce, spinach, tomatoes, cucumbers, green peppers and onions – but you can of course get it any way you want! The Veggie Delite features whatever veggies and condiments you want to stuff between your choice of bread.
Subway Daily Specials
Try the Subway sub of the day special at many stores with footlong subs or combos for $5 to $6.
At stores which participate in deal, the price is typically $4.99 or $5.99 for a footlong sub or for a combo with a six-inch sub of the day, chips and drink. Some stores do not participate in the sub of the day deal but offer a special on one sub every day, usually Meatball Marinara.
To get the deal, look for a posting at your local Subway or ask your server what is the current sub special. Below is an example of the sub of the day rotation at a store that does offer the special.
- Monday: Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki: A blend of tender teriyaki glazed chicken strips. Served hot & toasted on freshly baked bread.
- Tuesday: Oven Roasted Chicken: The Oven Roasted Chicken is piled high atop freshly baked bread with your favorite toppings from spicy jalapenos to crisp green peppers.
- Wednesday: Turkey Breast: Tender turkey breast piled sky-high with everything from lettuce and tomatoes to banana peppers.
- Thursday: Italian B.M.T.: This all-time Italian classic is filled with Genoa salami, spicy pepperoni, and Black Forest Ham.
- Friday: Tuna: Flaked tuna, mixed with mayo, and your choice of fresh vegetables.
- Saturday: Black Forest Ham: Black Forest Ham with all the crunchy veggies you like on your choice of freshly baked bread. Even try it fresh toasted with melty cheese and mustard.
- Sunday: Meatball Marinara: Italian style meatballs drenched in irresistible marinara sauce, served on freshly baked bread.
Subway has a mobile app that can help you get more savings. We rated it a 9/10 in our review. The app has a great user interface and offers exclusive deals that you can’t get anywhere else.
New subscribers get 3 $2 off Subway coupons for $6 off total when you download the app. Click here for more info to download the app for iPhone or Android devices. Note that this deal is valid for new subscribers only. Maybe if you tell a friend they’ll give you one of the Subway $2 off coupons! The coupons should load into your account within 15 – 30 minutes of downloading.
Subway’s core product is the sub. I mean, obviously. It’s in their name, people. They do also have wraps and salads if you aren’t into the really bready thing. They also sell breakfast sandwiches, English muffins, and flatbreads. The name of the game at Subway is getting your sub (or wrap, or whatever) made your way, with near limitless combinations of meats, cheeses, toppings, dressings and other sauces and spices. You could eat there every day and never get the exact same thing twice if you wanted. Or you could find a favorite and stick to it! For the full current menu, click here for the Subway Menu page.
Subway Near Me
There are approximately 23,000 Subway locations in the U.S. You might even find two across the street from each other. Seriously, they’re everywhere. You can find the Subway location near you at: Subway Near Me
Most Subway are open for 8 am – 9 pm, but times can vary. In many of the busier locations, they may stay open until 10 or 11 pm. To find the hours, address and more details for your Subway, select your location from: Subway Near Me
Get Subway, your way, delivered straight to your door! Subway offers delivery through its third-party delivery partners like Doordash and Uber Eats. Usually there is a delivery fee of $4 – $5. To start a Subway delivery order, visit: Subway Delivery
You can also place a delivery order through the Subway App – click here to download the app if you don’t have it yet. In our review of the app, we rated it a 9/10 for ease of use and great customization options.
Subway lists food allergen and nutritional information in their online and app menus. To view the nutritional content of any menu item, click here for the Subway Nutritional Calculator page.
When you start an online or order, you can make modifications to the menu ingredients online; when ordering at the restaurant, you just ask your server to make the sandwich excatly the way you want it.