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Subway logoSubway Sub of The Day £2.50Different six-inch sandwich available each day of the week

Every day

If you’re not fussy when it comes to sandwich fillings, you can get a different six-inch sandwich at Subway for £2.49 every day of the week until Tue 26 Jun.

While the flavours available have been specially created for this offer, six-inch subs normally cost £3-£4ish, so you’re saving up to £1.50ish. Here’s what you can get:

  • Monday - Cheese and Onion
  • Tuesday - Mango Chicken Tikka
  • Wednesday - Meat Feast
  • Thursday - Nacho Chicken Salsa
  • Friday - Fiery Tuna
  • Saturday - Pepperoni Pizza
  • Sunday - All-Day Mega Breakfast

There's no code or voucher needed and it's available at the vast majority of Subway's 2,500+ UK stores (a list of excluded branches can be found here).

It excludes extras such as double meat or cheese and can't be used with any other offer.

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Subway logoFREE Subway cookie On your birthday via 'Subcard' loyalty card

Ongoing

Pick up a card and register with the Subway 'Subcard' loyalty card to get one free cookie (norm 49p) around your birthday. You don’t have to buy anything in Subway to claim your cookie, it’s completely free. You can redeem the offer by scanning your Subcard, or showing the voucher sent to you via email.

What else does the loyalty card get me?

You can collect 10 points per £1 spent, and double points in the first 28 days. When you've 100 points, you can exchange them for a free hot drink, 200 points gets you a free snack, 500 points a 6" sub or salad and 1000 points will get you a free 12" sub or flatbread.

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Subway logoSubway buy one 6-inch sandwich get one freeNorm up to £4ish each. Available 11am-7pm on Valentine's Day

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If you buy a six-inch sandwich (norm £3-£4ish) at Subway between 11am and 7pm on Wed Feb 14, you'll get another up to the same value free. There's no code or voucher needed, you'll get the discount automatically.

Coinciding with its annual 'Customer Appreciation Day' - and Valentine’s for those romantics out there - Subway's buy one get one free offer is available at the majority of its 2,500+ UK stores (a list of excluded branches can be found here).

It excludes extras such as double meat or cheese, can't be used with any other offer, and is limited to one per customer per visit. Standard meal deal and drink upcharges will apply for one sandwich only.

Subway logoSubway buy one 6-inch sandwich get one freeNorm up to £4ish each. Available 11am-7pm on Valentine's Day

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If you buy a six-inch sandwich (norm £3-£4ish) at Subway between 11am and 7pm on Wed Feb 14, you'll get another up to the same value free.

Coinciding with its annual 'Customer Appreciation Day', Subway's buy one get one free offer on six-inch subs and flatbreads is expected to be available at the majority of its 2,500+ UK stores (we're checking if there are any exclusions).

It excludes extras such as double meat or cheese, can't be used with any other offer, and is limited to one per customer per visit. Standard meal deal and drink upcharges will apply for one sandwich only.

Subway logoSubway 'free' 6-inch sandwichWhen buying a £1.20+ bottle of water or large drink on 14 Feb

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Between 11am and 7pm on Tue 14 Feb, buy a 500ml bottle of water or large 597ml dispensed drink at participating Subway stores (find your nearest) and you'll get a free six-inch sandwich – no voucher needed.

The cheapest drink, a 500ml bottle of water, will set you back £1.20 – but if you’re willing to stretch to £1.50, a large fizzy drink such as Pepsi will also get you free refills. Six-inch sandwiches normally cost £3-£4.70 so this offer means you can take a decent bite out of the usual cost.

You can get one 'free' sandwich per person, but you'll have to pay if you want extras such as double meat or cheese. The deal is available all day in Northern Ireland.

Although it happens to be running on Valentine’s Day, this deal’s actually to celebrate ‘Customer Appreciation Day’ (whatever that is), which means it’s not just for couples – it’s for everyone. So whether it’s a cheap lunch-for-one or you’re planning to treat a significant other to a 6-incher (oo-er!), there’s plenty for MoneySavers to love about this offer.

Subway logoSubway free six-inch sandwichDownload the Subcard app by Mon 30 Oct. Redeem early Nov

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If you already have or download Subway's Subcard smartphone app for Android or iOS and register your details by 11.59pm on Mon 30 Oct, you'll be awarded 500 free loyalty points - enough to claim a six-inch sandwich (norm £3-£4.20).

The promotional points will be added to your Subcard account between 00.01am and 9.30am on Thu 2 Nov. Once in your account they can be redeemed at the majority of Subway's 2,500+ UK stores (check ahead to see if your local's participating) until 11.59pm on Fri 3 Nov, after which they'll be removed if unused.

If you already have the app, make sure you’ve added your details by Mon 30 Oct, then you’ll get your points added in the same way as new users.

Normally, you collect 10 points per £1 spent, and get double points for the first 28 days.

500 points gets you one free sandwich per person, but you'll have to pay if you want extras such as double meat or cheese, or want to go for a foot-long sub.

I don’t want a sub, what else can I get with my points?

If you've 100 points you can exchange them for a free hot drink, 200 points gets you a free snack, 500 points a six-inch sub or a salad and 1,000 points a foot-long sub.

Subway logoFree 500ml bottle of SpriteJust print off and take into your nearest Subway.

Expired

To get your free 500ml bottle of Sprite, just fill in your details on the Rediscover Sprite page by Fri 25 Oct. You'll then be sent your voucher by email. Just go into your nearest participating Subway store before Thu 31 Oct to get your freebie (you don't have to buy anything).

If the 500ml bottle of Sprite is unavailable, you can get a 330ml can of Sprite instead. Not valid for Sprite Zero.

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Under 13's not allowed and if you're under 16, you'll need parental consent. Not available in Northern Ireland.
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