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Subway was founded in Connecticut in 1965, but didn't come to the UK until 1996, when it opened in Brighton. Now there are well over 1,000 British branches, selling subs, wraps, salads and drinks and offering halal options too.

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Subway 6'' sub & drink £3Simply walk in

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No voucher's needed for this deal so you can just walk in to get a 6" sub and a draught drink for £3. With 6" subs averaging between £2.99 - £3.59 and drinks from £1.19 - £1.59, you could save up to £2.18 with this offer. You can also get your sub toasted for free.
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Nine different subs: veggie delite, chicken tikka, meatball marinara, turkey breast, turkey breast and ham, Italian B.M.T, tuna, ham or spicy Italian

Medium pump drinks: Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Fanta Orange or coffees, tea and hot chocolate. For bottled drinks, you pay 30p extra.

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