Subway's Recent Deal on Sandwiches Sold Out in Hours

Several restaurant companies, like Subway, have started offering bargains to help consumers cope with rising food prices.

The sandwich business debuted its $15 Footlong Pass on Aug. 24, giving Subway MyWay Rewards members 50% off footlong sandwiches

ordered on the chain's mobile app or website with daily digital codes throughout September. The cherry? Sales were limited to 10,000 passes.

Originally scheduled to run until Aug. 26 at 7:59 a.m. Eastern Time, the bargain went online at 8 a.m. yesterday and sold out in six hours, according to Axios.

Subway sandwiches cost $6 to $12, depending on location and toppings, making this monthlong special enticing to regulars.

As part of its Eat Fresh, Refresh promotion, Subway introduced its Subway Series menu two months before launching the Footlong Pass. 

Subway considers its new lineup its "most significant menu update in its nearly 60-year history," with 12 new Cheesesteaks, Italianos, Chicken, and Club sandwiches.

Other fast-food subscription services launched this year besides Subway's Footlong Pass. Panera introduced

its $8.99-per-month "Ultimate Sip Club." in April. The $10.99 subscription includes all 27 self-serve beverages.

Taco Bell launched its first "Taco Lover's Pass," which let customers to redeem one of seven signature tacos daily for 30 days, in 2022 after a successful test at several Arizona

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