Subway's Offering BOGO Footlongs, by Far Its Best Sub Deal in a While

Subway just took its buy two-get-one-free deal one step further in these difficult times.

Courtesy of Subway
Courtesy of Subway
Courtesy of Subway

In these trying times, all the brands are saying in these trying times. But are they trying to give us two feet of sandwich for the price of one? No. Only Subway is. 

I'll be fair and say that, sure, tons of other companies are shelling out free and cheap food right now, but is the food... this long? No. Subway even eclipsed itself in doing this -- in April, the chain announced a buy-two-get-one-free sandwich deal, available through takeout. But someone at the virtual sandwich HQ started thinking even bigger, and we are living for it. 

Now for the not-so-long stuff: the Rules. The free footlong you get must be of equal or lesser value than the one you're paying for, and there's a limit of one BOGO deal per order. That's a pretty easy thing to work around, though.

This limited-time BOGO deal is also only available through takeout, meaning you have to order through the Subway App or online to get the deal. 

One more thing I should mention: You won't get the discount using third-party delivery services like Uber Eats or DoorDash but, if you want your food delivered for free, use the code "SUBWAYNOW" on any of these platforms. 

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