Subway Celebrates National Sandwich Day with a Freebie

On Thursday, November 3rd, Subway is celebrating National Sandwich Day with the Good Deed Feed deal.  Customers who buy any Subway sandwich and drink will get another sub free.  Plus, Subway will donate a meal to Feeding America for each sub purchased.Subway National Sandwich Day

15 comments on “Subway Celebrates National Sandwich Day with a Freebie

  1. Johnnyboy says:

    What a crappy deal. I know you must buy $6 dollars plus worth of 6 inch crappy sub with a fountain soda to get the other half free..?

    Yeah, what a great deal! NOT!

    No wonder people are going to other sub places. Heck Panera sandwiches are a better deal when I bought 2 for $17.00!,,

    • xam says:

      Well, of course it’s a bad deal if you don’t like their food anyway, if you don’t like it, then just a straight up free one with no additional purchase would still be a bad deal. What a weird comment.

  2. Kyle says:

    This is actually a pretty good deal and about the only time I go to Subway is when I have a coupon for BOGO w/ drink purchase or theyre running a special like this. You have to get the footlong of course to make the deal have value. 2 footlongs and a medium soda for about $8 is pretty damn good in my book.

    • Tim Taylor says:

      Umm, pretty good? are you serious? The food isn’t editable to be honest with you. Think about all the other options you have for subs Jersey Mikes, Jimmy Johns, Fat Als, Firehouse, PotBelly, Mr. Subermine, etc. I legit look down on people who go to Subway. Makes no sense to me.

      • Mike says:

        I’ve always found their food to be edible, not sure about editable though, you could be right about that.

      • Jon says:

        Not all of us live in a place that has any of those options. Meanwhile, I have like five Subways within 10 miles of me here in rural Pennsylvania.

        Most local places don’t last because of Subway’s saturation here. It’s a shame.

        That being said, $8 for 2 foot longs is a pretty good deal, and I don’t care for Subway much.

      • rodney says:

        Of the ones you mentioned that are actually in my area, the only one that I would say is better than Subway is Jersey Mike’s, and it is ridiculously overpriced. I will go there once or twice a month to treat myself, but I just refuse to spend that much on a sub sandwich on a regular basis, just on general principal. I tried Potbelly’s once when I happened to be in a city that had one, pretty good, maybe marginally better than Subway, but again, when you consider price, Subway is the better deal. Of course, if you don’t like it, then eat whatever subs you want, more power to you.

        • Tim Taylor says:

          No offense I really mean this but if Jersey Mikes is something you can afford only once or twice a month you need a new job. I don’t really have a budget but I don’t consider them that pricey either. 8 bucks for a regular sub isn’t bad at all.

          • rodney says:

            I guess you can’t read, I said I don’t want to spend that much for a sandwich on general principal. Even a really good sandwich is still just a sandwich.

      • Sascha says:

        I’d like to think about all those other options, but, other than Firehouse, I don’t have them. And I recently went to Firehouse. Good sandwich, sure, but one combo cost me $13, so we’re obviously not playing in the same price field.

  3. Johnnyboy says:

    I used to eat their spicy Italian if I had to eat something, but their other sandwiches quality has gone downhill. When I walk in there, it smells like throw-up in the air, maybe it is the rubber and yoga mats (actual ingredients in their bread *** look it up ) made inside their bread that makes it smell like VOMIT.

    • Tom Savage says:

      Actually, they got rid of that chemical a few years ago. Sadly I can’t go to subway to get my yoga mat fix anymore.

    • BigBelly says:

      You’re a goof, it was a chemical called Azodicarbonamide that is also used in the production of yoga mats, & some other interesting things.

      Perhaps you should do some reading and educate yourself, because they weren’t the only chain to use it, they just took the brunt of the crapstorm.

      • Johnnyboy says:

        Honestly, it is the smell that is weird why I don’t go there, plus Jared and the Subway con commercials…who eats a sub without cheese or Sauce? and plus there are much better options for a sandwich out there which taste great and doesn’t hurt your pockets….including Firehouse, Jersey Mikes, Jimmy Johns, any Italian or Korean owned Delis, Chinese Carryout subs, 7-eleven, Wawa’s, or even Quiznos (which I didn’t even know there were 2 right in my neighborhood.) I hadn’t been to a Quiznos since 2008, so I better try then one more time.

        I’d rather eat a home made extra Mayonnaise sandwich before going to Subway. But I do love mayonnaise!!! ?

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  4. Robert says:

    All of these sub places – even Firehouse and Jersey Mike’s – are pointless and unnecessary. Why people pay $6 to have someone arrange cold cuts on crappy bread is beyond me. If I’m gonna pay for lunch, it’s gonna be one hell of a burger or a fancy salad that I’d never be able to make by myself.

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