We’ve updated the Subway Sub of the Day menu for 2020! Subway is keeping it going with the great deals and the daily Sub of the Day. This menu is the most common among Subway stores in the United States and features some of their most classic and beloved subs. Get a great Subway sandwich at an awesome price each day. These sub sandwiches are usually a $5 footlong or $6 footlong. Click here for Subway Sub of the Month information.
Subway Sub of the Day
The Subway Sub of the Day is and was one of the greatest and most well known fast food promotions of all time. The Subway Sub of the Day promotion does vary by location with local favorites sometimes being chosen over another sub in the weekly lineup. International restaurants also include local and cultural favorites in place of some of the staples we are used to in the United States. These days the Subway Sub of the Day is $6 or $6.49 instead of the original $5 footlong and in some locations it can even be as much as $7 a sub. Considering it’s a footlong sub with your choice of toppings and dressings, it’s still a great Subway daily deal! The best part about this deal is that you don’t even need a coupon. With a new sub sandwich each day of the week, you’re always able to have a great selection of the fan favorite subs from Subway.
Other Subway daily deal specials include their $3.50 6-inch select which gets you one of the classic Subway Sub of the Day sub sandwiches in the 6-inch size for a great low price. In the past they have had giant national deals such as Subtember or Februany where all of their sub sandwiches are available as a Five Dollar Footlong or Six Dollar Footlong for the entire month. This is part of their Subway Sub Of The Month promotion which features a new $5 footlong or $6 footlong for the length of an entire month.
Subway Sub of the Month
In addition to the Subway Sub of the Day promotion, they also have a Subway Sub Of The Month promotion. This Subway deal features a new footlong sub sandwich every month. Often times they’ll use this Subway special to introduce a new sub that they’re offering at Subway restaurants. It’s a great way to promote a new sub and to get people into the store to try another delicious option from Subway. In the past they have had monthly specials such as Subtember or Februany where every sub sandwich that they had to choose from was available at their special promo price. Take advantage of that deal and you could try a new style of footlong every day for an entire month! The sub available at your local Subway restaurant could vary.
Subway has a great menu that lets you pick between your favorite types of breads, meats, cheeses, veggies, condiments and dressings. And they don’t just do sandwiches! They also have a great selection of soups and salads to choose from as you can choose any sub sandwich to have made into a salad. They also now serve breakfast which features a variety of flatbread breakfast sandwiches to choose from. You can also choose to make your footlong sub “deluxe” which adds 50% more meat to the sandwich. Don’t forget – you also always have the option of toasting your sub.
This Subway deal originally started at a hospital in Miami, Florida by a franchise owner name Stuart Frankel who was attempting to increase sales on the weekend. He had noticed that the sales during the weekends were always slower than sales during the week. He decided the best way to do this was by creating a new promotion to generate interest and to get more people into his restaurants. He ended up making every footlong sub in his store the same price and chose the nice round number of $5. He noticed an increase in sales and other Subway franchise owners in the area decided to implement the Subway daily special at their restaurants. From there it expanded rapidly, eventually catching the attention of Subway executives who then turned it into a national promotion. This was the birth of the $5 dollar footlong which helped lead Subway into creating the Subway Sub of the Day. It quickly became one of the most popular fast food deals in the country. One of the most recognizable aspects of the campaign was the “$5 footlong song” that was created to use during commercials. This helped build the cult-like status that the promotion would eventually achieve.