Featured at Subway for March: Oven Roasted Chicken, Buffalo Chicken and The Italian Collection

We have now entered the month of March and here’s a look at the featured sandwiches at Subway.  There’s a new $3 choice called the Six-Inch Select and the featured sandwich to kick it off is the Oven Roasted Chicken… “Piled high atop freshly baked bread with your favorite toppings from spicy jalapenos to crisp green peppers.”  Also this month the Buffalo Chicken is the featured Six Dollar Footlong Special… “Enjoy tender, juicy chicken tossed in bold buffalo sauce, served on freshly baked bread.”Subway March Subs 6 inch SelectAlso this month at Subway, the advertising has returned for the Italian Collection.  The Italian Collection is the trio of the Chicken Pizziola Melt, the Italian BMT and the Meatball Pepperoni Melt.  The Chicken Pizziola Melt consists of chicken, pepperoni, and marinara.  The Italian BMT features Genoa salami, pepperoni, and Black Forest Ham.  The Meatball Pepperoni Melt is a combination of Italian style meatballs, cheese and marinara sauce.Subway Italian Collection

15 comments on “Featured at Subway for March: Oven Roasted Chicken, Buffalo Chicken and The Italian Collection

  1. Ryan says:

    So seemingly the $5 footlong has been abolished?

  2. Darrell Martinsen says:

    Or at least the advertising of them. At my local Subway, the meatball marinara is still $5 along with a few other footlongs, though admittedly, the list is shorter now

  3. Raiders757 says:

    There isn’t a single sub sandwich at Subway worth more than $5, period!


    • Mikey D says:

      Another pretentious Subway basher.

      • Raiders757 says:

        I’m hardly pretentious. I’m just cheap. 🙂

        In all seriousness. They slack on the meat, and the quality of said meat is extremely low, so no, nothing they serve there is worth more than $5. Didn’t say I didn’t like their subs(Still like the Subway Club, but haven’t ate there in two years.), I’m just saying it’s just not worth it when there are so many better options available these days. Even Wawa makes a better sub and fair price to boot.

  4. TJ says:

    I copied this list of $5 footlongs from another site: Black Forest Ham, the BLT, Cold Cut Combo, Veggie Delite, and Egg & Cheese. I can’t vouch for the accuracy, but none of these choices surprise me.

  5. Christopher says:

    Pro Tip: Just order a Oven Roasted Chicken sub and have them add buffalo sauce at the end of the line. The stuff in the plastic squeeze bottle is the exact same sauce that the Buffalo Chicken at the front of the line is marinating in (Frank’s). This will save you $.80-$1.50 for the exact same sandwich.

  6. Inconsistent Pricing says:

    Based on the online ordering at a nearby location, around here almost every footlong is $5 including:
    -Buffalo chicken (hmm, why are we promoting it as $6…)
    -Oven roasted chicken (same as above)
    This confusion (among other things) is what makes me not go into Subway anymore.

    • Eric says:

      Honestly, considering “almost every footlong” by you is $5, it sounds like the inconsistencies are in your favor. I can’t imagine being upset if I expected to pay $6 and was only charged $5. I’m sure the manager will let you pay the advertised higher price if you want to.

      That being said, it does bother me when I see advertisements about a certain product at a certain price and then I go to my local store and it doesn’t exist or is substantially more expensive. I went to two different BK’s trying to try the bacon sundae, but never found it. I never found the sriracha chicken melt at subway either, which I really wanted to try. That was advertised as only in Central Florida I think, but I live in Central Florida and still struck out.

      • A says:

        My closest location didn’t have the order online function. I was surprised to see all the $5 footlongs at the location I mentioned as it’s in a really well-off part of town. The point was if I knew the prices for my location, I’d go in. The last time I went in, however, there were very few $5 footlongs and I have to assume there are even fewer now. It wouldn’t be worth it to drive to order online location, as we are talking about quarters here. It’s the principal of the inconsistency across locations I don’t like.

      • Nick says:

        @Eric – I’ve seen Sriracha at Subways in Winter Park, Maitland & all the way up in Orange City (just this morning, in fact). I’m not sure where your stomping grounds are, but it should still be around in this area.

    • Jonathan Wayne says:

      Ha, at least they have pricing. I went to Cinnabon yesterday. They literally have no pricing on the menu or anywhere. Asked the guy there who seemed as confused as I was why this was so. Asked him where the prices were and he tapped on the side of his head indicating it was all up there. So basically he could charge you the actual price, lower or higher and you would never really know. That company is run by clowns.

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