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Meatball Marinara and Oven Roasted Chicken are Subway’s Featured Subs for February


In case flatbread pizzas and Fritos enchiladas aren’t enough to get you through Subway’s smelly doors this month, here’s a breakdown of their featured February subs:

The $5 Footlong is the Meatball Marinara: Italian meatballs drenched in tomato sauce and melted mozzarella that presumably tastes best on the new garlic bread. The $3 Six-Inch Select is the ubiquitous Oven Roasted Chicken, and the $3 Breakfast Combo offers either a coffee or soda plus your choice of Black Forest Ham, Egg & Cheese, or Bacon, Egg & Cheese.

Though, if you are able to resist buying a sandwich with Fritos in it, more power to you.

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Meatball Marinara is Subway’s $5 Footlong for May


Presumably, because like the name of the month, “Meatball Marinara” also starts with “M.” So in celebration, let’s come with a list of every “M” word we can think of.

Mayonnaise, macaron, manly, malodorous, mnemonic, morgue, metacrisis, mime, muse, My (Little Pony), mercy, march, make, monkey, mucus, mullet, magnificent, mull, munchkin, mast, masticate, master, mate, mascara, martini, mile, muster, magnet, moo . . .

Subway’s Meatball Marinara features “Italian style meatballs drenched in irresistible marinara sauce, served on freshly baked bread,” $5 for any 12-inch sub throughout the month of May.


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Meatball Marinara is Subway’s $5 Featured Footlong for October

The Meatball Marinara joins the ranks as Subway‘s latest $5 Featured Footlong, a sandwich housing Italian style meatballs, drenched in marinara sauce and your choice of vegetables and bread. The sub will be available at the $5 price tag throughout the month of October, at which time the $5 sandwich for the month of November will take its spot — the Spicy Italian sub.



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Subway: Anaheim (Harbor)

My friend Jackie and I met up with our boy Matt at Subway on Harbor, after a trip to the Land of Disney. I’ve been hooked on their meatball marinara sub for weeks now, so much that I talked Jackie into getting one to. Matt went with the sweet onion teriyaki, which is also always a solid choice. He’s just more of a meathead so he has to watch those carbs. Anyway feel the power of the sub after the jump.