New Turkey Italiano Sandwich from Subway

Beginning today, Subway is promoting its new sandwich, the Turkey Italiano.  The Turkey Italiano features turkey breast, Genoa salami, pepperoni, Provolone, your choice of veggies, and new Subway Vinaigrette which is blended with oregano and a hint of garlic and black pepper.  Suggested price starts at $4.25 for a 6-inch and $6.75 for a Footlong.

Subway Turkey Italiano Melt

17 comments on “New Turkey Italiano Sandwich from Subway

  1. Pimousse says:

    So expensive! Not like they don’t already have all the meats.. so an extra 1.75 for a new sauce?

  2. Kym says:

    I would try this.

  3. Sascha says:

    Subway sucks, how can anyone eat there?
    Ok trolls, we got it iut of the way, you van leave now.
    Don’t think I’ll be getting this. When i do go to subway I usually get the spicy Italian for $5.50. Not paying an extra $1.25 for turkey. Will try the new sauce though.

  4. Rika says:

    Eh, I stopped carin about Subway promotions ever since they got rid of their $5 footlongs and jackin up their prices. I’ve gone from occasionally goin there to never goin. Dam shame, cause when choosin the right subs, its actually not a bad value place to eat.

  5. Justin ST says:

    Woo hoo, Turkey instead of ham on an Italian…revolutionary.

  6. jane says:

    Wow that’s great deal gotta try ..

  7. John Larkins says:

    Do people really still eat at Subway? I have no idea why they would with all the better options out there. You could eat at firehouse, jimmy johns, jersey mikes, which witch, boston robs, and many other places for a better sandwich. Whenever, I drive by a subway and see people in it I look a little bit down on those people. Why put that fake food into your body? I’ll never understand it.

    • Mandy says:

      Why would you look down on someone for that, John? I hope you’re being sarcastic. If not, that’s just sad. That being said, I haven’t had their turkey in years, but I remember it was pretty horrible. It seemed like a processed type of mechanically separated turkey roll. And it was slimy. Overpowering it with salami, pepperoni and provolone is a good idea on Subway’s part. I do enjoy Subway on occasion, though.

    • Joe Cool says:

      Could you be any more of a pretentious jerk?

  8. rob says:

    I don’t eat there because they make me specify each and every ingredient that i want in my sandwich, what’s up with that?

    • JJ says:

      A big part of their success is catering to the whims of the nitpicky. I have seen some people order some strange things at subway over the years. It’s also why it always takes forever to get your sandwich. Ever get behind the guy with the list who’s ordering ten 6 inchers, all with different levels of customization? What I find vaguely annoying is the “everything” guy. That’s like an admission to me that you don’t know how to make a sandwich.

  9. Justin ST says:

    John, if you’ve ever seen a Penn Station or Dibella’s, it’s world’s better than Subway. Problem is, Subway will literally go ANYWHERE if the money is right, so for many people, it’s the only option they have for subs. I know I went to one small town where that was the case. I never knew how much I missed Jimmy John’s until I went there.

    • JJ says:

      Yeah, where I live, Subway was pretty much the only game in town after they closed all the Quiznos’. There were a few local shops, but few and far between and usually too far to go to. I was glad when Jimmy Johns finally moved into town. At least you get a halfway decent sandwich on decent bread there for your $7.

  10. Peter in Santa Rosa says:

    I was there yesterday.
    I had intended on ordering this, but some of Ryan’s observations made me think twice, especially the idea that the taste of the turkey won’t stand up to the spicier meats. So I had my usual Italian BMT. I often eat their turkey concoctions, so I’m sure I’ll get around to it. I just thought you should know, Ryan, that you had a direct impact on somebody’s dinner selection last night.

    I like Subway, but not exclusively. (I like a bunch of the places mentioned in other comments above). It absolutely has a specific spot in my lineup of appreciated quick service restaurants.

  11. Taylor says:

    The turkey is there because it’s cheap. Not because it makes sense or even tastes good in that combination. That’s why so many of the fast food chains are pushing now even over chicken which has gotten more expensive as late. Now that both beef, chicken, and ham are more expensive they are pushing turkey. It makes no sense as many of you have pointed out as it will be nothing but a bland filler and will be swamped out by the other flavors. After turkeys goes up in price, I guess it will be tofu, textured wheat gluten, then fish heads, cabbage, and rice.

  12. Maryjane Milner says:

    It’s way better than the fast foods that push hamburgers. Those 100% burgers are made from leftovers from butchers all over the country, blending in mad cow, e coli, and what have you. Turkey remains untainted so far.

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