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Free Subs July 11
Subway has added deli meat slicers at locations across the U.S.
To showcase the new freshly sliced meats, Subway is offering a new menu category, Deli Heroes — a collection of authentic, deli-style subs simply ordered by name or number.
The new Deli Heroes subs include the following:
Titan Turkey (#15) – Turkey, double provolone cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, red onions and mayonnaise. Served on Artisan Italian bread.
Grand Slam Ham (#99) – Ham, double provolone, lettuce, tomatoes, red onions and mayonnaise. Served on Artisan Italian bread.
Garlic Roast Beef (#17) – Roast Beef, double provolone cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, red onions and Roasted Garlic Aioli. Served on Artisan Italian bread.
The Beast (#30) – Pepperoni, salami, turkey, ham, roast beef, double provolone cheese, lettuce, tomatoes, red onions, mayonnaise and MVP Vinaigrette. Served on Artisan Italian bread.
Here’s how to get a FREE sub:
To celebrate the new Deli Heroes subs, customers can bite into one of the new four sandwiches at no cost.
On July 11, from 10 a.m. to noon (local time), the first 50 customers at each participating location will get a FREE 6″ Deli Heroes sub. No purchase necessary. Limit one per person.
No coupon, code or app needed — just ask for the complimentary sandwich.
The sandwich shop will give away up to one million subs.
Note: Most (if not, all) Subway locations are individually owned, so participation may vary widely. Please double-check participation before making plans.
Find your closest Subway, and call to make sure they’re participating.
This content originally appeared on Living on the Cheap and is used with permission.