You have come to the right place for the Subway® menu with prices. Subway makes fast and fresh submarine sandwiches that are made to order and served in a friendly environment for eat in or take out.
You can count on Subway for fresh ingredients, bread that is baked on the premises, and a wide selection of top quality meats and toppings. It is a great healthy fast food option for people that are in a hurry but appreciate a meal that is not loaded with saturated fats.
Great combo options and rotating specials keep customers coming back to this popular sandwich shop. Below you will find the full menu along with some hand-picked favorites from the menu:
|Meatball Marinara||6-inch - $3.75, Footlong - $5.50|
|Black Forest Ham|
|Cold Cut Combo||Ham, Salami and Bologna (Turkey Based)|
|Spicy Italian||Pepperoni, Genoa Salami|
|Turkey Breast & Black Forest Ham||6-inch - $4.25, Footlong - $6.50|
|Oven Roasted Chicken|
|Turkey Italiano Melt||Turkey Breast, Pepperoni & Genoa, Salami with Subway Vinaigrette|
|Italian B.M.T||Pepperoni, Genoa Salami & Black Forest Ham|
|Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki||6-inch - $4.75, Footlong - $7.75|
|Steak & Cheese|
|Chicken & Bacon Ranch Melt|
Simple $6 Menu
Any of the Following 6-inch Subs Plus Your Choice of Any 21 oz. Fountain Drink & Chips
|Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki|
|Black Forest Ham|
|Big Philly Cheesesteak||6-inch/Footlong||$5.25 / $8.75|
|Subway Melt||6-inch/Footlong||$4.75 / $7.75|
|Veggie Patty||6-inch/Footlong||$4.50 / $7.75|
|B.L.T. Bacon, Lettuce&Tomato||6-inch/Footlong||$3.75 / $5.50|
|Iced Tea + Chips or 2 Cookies or Apple Slices||$2.50|
|Cookies||1 for $.60, 3 for $1.50|
|Fountain||21 oz - $1.60, 30oz - $1.80|
Per 6-inch portion
|Black Forest Ham|
Egg or Egg White. Served Until 11am.
|Egg & Cheese||6-inch/Footlong||$3.75 / $6.00|
|Bacon, Egg & Cheese||6-inch/Footlong||$3.75 / $6.00|
|Black Forest Ham, Egg & Cheese||6-inch/Footlong||$3.75 / $6.00|
|Steak, Egg & Cheese||6-inch/Footlong||$3.75 / $6.00|
|Sausage, Egg & Cheese||6-inch/Footlong||$3.75 / $6.00|
|Loaded Baked Potato with Bacon||Bowl||$2.50|
|Broccoli Cheddar||Bowl - 160 cals||$2.50|
Popular Menu Items
Whether you like your sub toasted and warm or cool and refreshing, Subway gives you plenty of options in terms of your favorite meat fillings, cheeses and toppings. The soft bread is always fresh and baked in house and comes in a wide variety of flavors to pair with the fillings of your choice.
You can have any sub made into a salad as well, which is helpful for those on a low-carb diet. In addition, the large variety of combo deals makes Subway a great choice for people looking for fresh and healthy food on a budget.
Here are some customer favorites from the menu:
Simple $6® Meatball Marinara
There are six subs on the Simple $6 menu that are all served with chips and a 21 ounce drink combo for $6.00. We recommend the Meatball Marinara for bang for your buck. With 4 meatballs piled on a 6-inch fresh baked roll of your choice this is a bargain that will keep you fueled up for a long while.
Double Chicken Chopped Salad
You can have any sub made into a salad at Subway, which is a great choice if you are watching calories and carbs. We recommend this monster salad for a protein packed and healthy meal. It comes with plenty of grilled chicken over greens, and of course, your favorite toppings like peppers, olives, tomatoes, spinach and cucumber. You get to have it just the way you want. $7.50.
Sweet Onion Chicken Teriyaki
This is one of several items on the Fresh Fit menu at subway. It starts with teriyaki glazed white meat chicken and a sweet onion sauce. Of course you get to have the bread and toppings of your choosing. It comes in at less than 370 calories, with only 40 calories from fat. This is our top pick for calorie watching customers. A six inch is $4.75.
Fred DeLuca and Peter Buck opened the first Subway in 1965 in Bridgeport, Connecticut. This first restaurant was called “Pete’s Super Submarines.” They had 16 restaurants opened by 1974, but they wanted to expand faster so they moved to a franchise model. This fueled a tremendous expansion across the United States.
A major advertising campaign that helped make Subway a household name was the Jared Fogle television ad campaign starting in 2000 and running to about 2008. Jared’s weight loss from eating subway was a major focus of the ads, and they were attributed with fueling the rapid growth of the chain during that period.
Fun Fact: In 2010 Subway was actually the largest fast food chain on a global scale with 33,749 restaurants which topped the number of McDonald’s globally by over 1,000 locations. As of 2015 there are over 44,300 Subway restaurants operating in 111 countries.