Subway is expanding its reach online with a new sandwich shop that will sell its sandwiches in-store at stores like Target, Walmart and Walgreens.
The chain announced the new sandwich spot on Thursday and said that it will begin selling sandwiches at Target and Walgreen’s grocery stores on March 25.
The move is a step toward making Subway’s sandwich shop accessible to a wider audience.
“The new sandwich location will help bring our customers into the Subway family and further strengthen our commitment to our customers, who are a core part of our brand,” Subway CEO Brian Chesky said in a statement.
Customers can now purchase a sandwich for $1.50, with the $1 price tag reduced to $1 if they pre-order their sandwich.
A Subway sandwich can be bought with any sandwich size from the regular sandwich to the full size, as well as a sandwich with the same toppings.
The new location will be located in the corner of the existing Subway sandwich shop at 1501 North Charles Street, and will be open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Saturday through Sunday, 10:30 a.k. to 6:30 p.p.M.
The sandwich shop will also carry a wide range of other Subway sandwiches, from sandwich rolls and rolls of cheese to sandwiches made with sour cream and other toppings like pickles and lettuce.
According to the Subway statement, the new Subway shop will include new menu items including the “Tastes Like Subway” sandwich roll, a bagel roll, and a sandwich topped with cheese and lettuce, as pictured above.
The store will also be stocked with sandwiches from other Subway franchises and other brands, including a cheese and sour cream sandwich, as shown below.
More to come…