Subway Subway: Buy One Footlong Sandwich, Get a Second One FREE with the Subway App Buy One, Get One FREE Footlongs at Subway!

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Double up for lunch at Subway, because when you buy one footlong sandwich, you'll get a second one for free with the Subway app!

Simply open the Subway app (Android, iOS) and configure a pickup order with two footlong sandwiches to redeem this offer -- the BOGO discount will apply automatically at checkout!

All standard footlongs are eligible for this offer, but the BOGO discount will be applied to the sandwich of equal or lesser value.

There are some restrictions, as there's a limit of one free footlong sandwich per order and premium toppings are subject to an additional charge.

This offer is effective for a limited time at participating Subway restaurants in Canada -- click here to find the location nearest you.

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    • Got a deal as well. Thx OP
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    • If you're a fan of sodium, nitrates and meat sliced so thin you can see through it, Subway is your kinda restaurant.
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    • I have it my app too, but it has to be ordered online thru the app.
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    • NumbNuts wrote: If you're a fan of sodium, nitrates and meat sliced so thin you can see through it, Subway is your kinda restaurant.
      Theres gotta be that one group of people in every food thread. We found it here!!
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    • nice find....any expiry date for this
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    • Just sayin.....used to be a hearty meal. Covered my eyes with slices of ham and could still drive my car....lol! Every business cheaps out rather than raising prices. Sadly, its the new norm....
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    • NumbNuts wrote: Just sayin.....used to be a hearty meal. Covered my eyes with slices of ham and could still drive my car....lol! Every business cheaps out rather than raising prices. Sadly, its the new norm....
      I agree most local places are raising prices to because of covid. So i decided to just make my own food at home, i don't support places who raise their prices like that, the fast food prices here in toronto are getting too ridiculous now..
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    • I don't have this deal instead I got buy TWO get one free :(
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    • They got rid of their meatball sub?
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    • When does the offer expire?
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    • Just signed up and got the deal thanks op
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    • Stopped eating at subway when I found out their chickens were beyond chickens
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    • witenite wrote: nice find....any expiry date for this
      Think it's October 18th.
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    • Cool got the offer as well!
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    • Thatdealguy wrote: Stopped eating at subway when I found out their chickens were beyond chickens
      https://www.subway.com/en-CA/MenuNutrit ... wayChicken

      Our Commitment to Our Customers – Real Chicken
      "The allegation that our chicken is only 50% chicken is 100% wrong," said Subway® President and CEO Suzanne Greco.

      Recently, a Canadian TV show (CBC’s Marketplace) ran a report about quick-serve restaurant chicken sandwiches. It used factually incorrect data to suggest the chicken Subway serves might not be all chicken. The claims made in the story are false and misleading. We use only chicken – with added spices, seasoning and marinade. Producing high-quality food for our customers is our highest priority.

      We've always known our chicken is 100% real chicken. In response to these baseless allegations, we had independent labs in the US and Canada test our Canadian chicken products. Their results were clear (and you can view them here, here and here). There is a small amount of soy protein in the seasoning, spices and marinade (less than 1%) to help maintain moisture and texture.

      Our Canadian Chicken
      Our Oven Roasted Chicken and chicken strips are made from 100 per cent all white meat chicken. The chicken is mixed with spices, seasoning and marinade then cooked and seared to perfection. When we add seasoning and spices to the marinade, we also add – in some regions –dried soy protein, like a spice. When the chicken and marinade are mixed together, our chicken contains 1% or less of soy protein.

      After the chicken is marinated and cooked, a finished chicken patty or strip still contains a small percent of the marinade ingredients, which help keeps the chicken moist and flavourful.

      All of our chicken is free of artificial flavours, colours and preservatives.

      Our Canadian Ingredients
      Our Oven Roasted Chicken is made from chicken breast meat, water, seasoning (sea salt, sugar, chicken stock, salt, flavours, canola oil, onion powder, garlic powder, spice, chicken fat, honey), soy protein, sodium phosphates.

      Our chicken strips are made from boneless, skinless, chicken breasts, water, soy protein concentrate, modified potato starch, sodium phosphate, potassium chloride, salt, maltodextrin, yeast extract, flavours, spices, dextrose, onion powder, caramelized sugar, paprika, chicken broth, vinegar solids, paprika extract.

      All of the ingredients in our menu items can be found here:
      Product Ingredients - Canada

      Our Canadian Supplier
      Our chicken in Canada is supplied by Ontario-based Grand River Foods. Grand River Foods is a certified and registered processing plant that is subject to continuous oversight by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA). Grand River Foods is HACCP-approved, BRC-certified, and CFIA-inspected on a daily basis in addition to being annually audited by Subway Canada and its other clients. Grand River Foods is dedicated to the highest standards of quality and has been a proud supplier to Subway for more than 11 years. You can read their letter here.

      Canadian Regulatory Authorities
      All Canadian meat and poultry products are required to be inspected by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) prior to consumption. Our products and facilities are subject to continuous inspection by the CFIA. We stand by our products, which meet or exceed CFIA standards and labeling requirements.

      revised 2017.03.02 11:43am
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    • Better question would be how much is chicken and how much water. Water is the second ingredient. The press release is technically accurate but they never speak of the water content in the processed and formed chicken
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    • Thanks op. Love my teriyaki chicken sub.
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    • I've got a buy 2 get 1 deal...would've def bought if the offer was BOGO...too bad
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    • True. I can't get full on one of these sum bitches.
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