Subway offers tasty treats from 99p
Subway is rolling out its new savers’ menu across the UK with brand new snacks from just 99p.
Sandwich franchise Subway has begun to launch its brand-new range of tasty snacks across the UK to add to its already extensive menu.
The sandwich chain had added new treats including hot hash browns that can be enjoyed any time of the day (but will make a great side to the franchise’s breakfast subs), a chorizo flatbread pizza made with marinara sauce and Monterey Jack cheese, a Mexican-inspired taco beef mini wrap and taco nachos that are available with or without beef. And with the delicious snacks costing from just 99p, customers will be able to pick them up even if they’re on a bit of a tight budget.
The last few months have seen Subway UK introduce plenty of exciting new additions, including its new line of Signature Loaded Wraps which are filled with spicy chipotle steak and cheese, rotisserie-style chicken Caesar and turkey, bacon and guacamole. Unfortunately, the delicious wraps are only around until November 6th however, but it looks like the brand-new Savers Menu could be a permanent addition to Subway’s menu.
It’s rumoured that the new, cut-price offerings are Subway’s version of the popular McDonalds Savers Menu, which offers hungry diners the chance to pick up a cheap snack and it’s hoped the sandwich franchise will tempt in even more customers with its brand new offerings.
Since it began life as a humble American sandwich shop more than 50 years ago, Subway has expanded across the globe to become the number one restaurant chain in the world. With more than 44,000 locations across numerous countries, sandwich lovers can pick up a tasty treat no matter where they are.
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