5 Subway Hacks To Help You Freshen Up Your Usual Order

Mac & Cheese

To help you try something #fresh, Subway has got 5 fun Sub suggestions for you to try the next time you’re hungry.

#1 – Add some mac and cheese (yes, for real)

Mac & Cheese
Mac & Cheese

Did you know that you can add mac and cheese to your sub? While it may sound odd at first, it makes a lot of sense to add some cheesy goodness to your favourite sub to create an indulgent treat.

Don’t fancy having mac and cheese in your sub? Enjoy mac and cheese on the side instead! That’s right, mac and cheese can be purchased as a side  to accompany your delicious sub! 

#2 – Tuna goes on everything

Don’t be outraged – hear Subway out! According to Subway’s Sandwich Artists, the most popular protein combination is meatballs with a scoop of tuna. Who would have thought? This is closely followed by egg mayo with tuna, and chicken teriyaki…with tuna. Our verdict? If the people love it, there must be something to this surf-and-turf approach. Why not give it a try and see what all the fuss is about?

Pro Tuna Tip:  A plain tuna sub is best paired with sweet onion sauce!

#3 – Add corn for some extra crunch!

It’s time to expand your vegetable horizons! If you’re looking to hit your vegetable quota for the day in a fun way, try adding some corn to your sub. An extra scoop of corn doesn’t just taste great, but it’s also a healthier way of adding some delicious crunch to your sub.

#4 – Turn up the indulgence-factor with some chips!


If you’d like to make your sub a little more indulgent, order a bag of potato chips as a side and do what a lot of Subway guests like to do – have a seat, rip open the bag of potato chips, and add them straight into the sub!

#5 – Try the hottest sub!

Spicy Buffalo Chicken Sub
Spicy Buffalo Chicken Sub

Love spicy food, but adding chili sauce just isn’t enough to get that heat kick you crave? Subway’s got you! For a limited time only, Subway’s brought back the Spicy Buffalo Chicken Sub with a new recipe that is hotter than ever! Head on over to your nearest Subway if you’re ready to feel the heat.