If you don’t want to stand in line and deal with those condescending “sandwich artists” at Subway, there’s finally an app for that.
Subway officially launched an app where you can order and pay for your sandwich ahead of time at all 27,000+ Subway locations across the US. That means you can now choose your bread, meats and cheeses without having any verbal interactions with human beings.
You will be able to pay with both Android Pay and Apple Pay, with a PayPal method on its way.
As soon as they get their PayPal service going, Subway will be the only fast food restaurant to offer any type of credit card AND PayPal payment method from both mobile and in-restaurant ordering.
Although Subway announced the app launch Wednesday, it looks like the app has available for a little while as plenty of reviews have given us an idea of how the app is running thus far.
With 3.6 average stars on the Android Market and 2.5 on the App Store, reviews range from complaints about not having all ingredients available, to people ecstatic that they don’t have to wait in line.
2015 seems to be the year of order-and-pay apps, as other restaurants like Starbucks, Taco Bell and Chipotle have also incorporated some type of mobile ordering for customers to breeze through the lines.
They should all start a delivery service so we never have to see the sun again.