Just when you thought the $5 Footlong was gone forever, it returns to Subway! Actually, it’s the $4.99 Footlong Faves. During the month of February, you can choose from 5 Footlong sandwiches for just $4.99 each:
– Black Forest Ham
– Cold Cut Combo
– Meatball Marinara
– Spicy Italian
– Veggie Delite
Each of these Subway Footlong classics is just $4.99 each with no coupon required. You can even order online at subway.com if you like. Enjoy the great taste of Subway for less with $4.99 Footlong Faves this winter!
Offer valid for a limited time at participating locations. Not valid in conjunction with any other coupon or special promotional discount. Additional charge for Extras. Most Subway restaurants will be open regular hours on Presidents Day (Monday, February 19.)
Subway is celebrating World Sandwich Day with a deal you can’t refuse! Buy any sub and 30 ounce drink at the regular price, get a sub of equal or lesser value FREE! As a bonus, Subway will donate a meal to Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization. World Sandwich Day comes just once per year and so does this deal. Buy one, get one free on your favorite sandwich, this Friday at Subway.
Offer valid only on Friday, November 3, 2017 at participating locations. Not valid in conjunction with any other coupon or special promotional discount. Most Subway restaurants will be closed on Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, November 23.)
Subway’s $6 Footlong Sub of the Day continues this month! As the name of this promotion suggests, Subway features a different six dollar sub for each day of the week:
Sunday: Meatball Marinara
Monday: Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki
Tuesday: Oven Roasted Chicken
Wednesday: Turkey Breast
Thursday: Italian B.M.T.
Saturday: Black Forest Ham
Each $6 Footlong Sub of the Day is made to order with your choice of bread and condiments. It’s a great lunch or dinner meal at a great price. But it won’t last forever. Available for a limited time at participating restaurants. Most Subway locations will be open holiday hours on Labor Day (Monday, September 4.)