Subway trials delivery with Just Eat
Whether you’re a Meatball Marinara fanatic, Chicken Tikka obsessive or more of a Steak & Cheese fan, lunch times have just got infinitely better as Just Eat has today announced that Subway is trialling delivery from this week.
The world famous Subs can now be ordered through both the Just Eat app and website, from 31 stores in London, Leeds and Manchester. By the end of the year, Subway in partnership with Just Eat plans to roll out delivery nationwide from over 500 Subway stores across the UK.
Sub fans can order at any time of the day, including weekends, for delivery to a location of their choice.
With Subway recently announcing that every Six-inch Sub, flatbread and salad on its menu (paired with a low or no sugar drink) totals 600 calories or less, the latest addition of delivery is the perfect option for a the ultimate lunch.*
The arrival of Subway follows in the footsteps of other favourites including KFC and Burger King, which both joined Just Eat last year.
Graham Corfield, UK Managing Director at Just Eat commented:
“We’re excited to welcome Subway to Just Eat, as part of our continued efforts to offer customers more of their favourite food brands at the tap of the app. With more and more people ordering at lunchtime and during the week, having Subway’s Subs available for delivery will be a game changer for sandwich lovers. “While the rollout will begin in three cities initially, we’re adding more and more stores each week and look forward to people across the UK enjoying their signature Subs and cookies.”
Sacha Clark, Marketing Director Subway UK and Ireland, commented:
“We’re delighted to announce the Just Eat delivery trial, making it even easier for our customers to enjoy their Subs, salads and sharing platters anywhere, at any time. We look forward to seeing the results and being able to roll out delivery nationwide.”
Subway, with over 2,500 stores throughout the UK and Ireland, is the nation’s largest Quick Service Restaurant brand.
* Nutrition information is based on Six-inch standard builds on 9-grain wheat bread.