Who doesn’t like a sandwich - the bigger, the better, right? That’s why Subway is one of the most popular, quick sandwich places not only in America but now in many other countries. If you want to step up your sandwich game even more, read through these tips from expert sandwich connoisseurs - enjoy!
From Redditor /u/bearxor
My Subway hack is to have them out the mayo on the bread before anything else as opposed to putting it on as the very last thing in the middle of the sandwich that gets squeezed out when they try to close it.
Even then they mess it up by trying to create a solid line length-wise down the sun instead of going vertically in a pattern to maximize coverage.Game changer?
But First, Peppers
From Redditor /u/AutoCompliant
Here's my little Subway hack (if you want to call it that, I guess...). Put your onions and bell peppers on before toasting any sub! It takes the bite out of them (I'm not a huge fan of raw onions) and brings out the flavor a little more.Game changer?
Always Get Double Cheese
From Redditor /u/wwesmudge
Something I've learned from eating Subway almost every day for the last 5 years is this.
Always ask for double cheese on your Subway. Most of the time when more than 1 person is working, they won't pass on to the cashier that double cheese needs to be added to the price, and it will go unnoticed.
On the rare chance it does get noticed, you have to pay ¢50 for double cheese, how can you complain!
Seriously 90% of the time, you'll get free double cheeseGame changer?
From Redditor /u/moodslayer
At Subway, you can get any 6" portion of meat by itself, for $1.50. This includes the premium meats like pastrami. They give it to me in a small soup cup. One Subway also said I could get the same sized soup cup full of veggies for each meat portion I purchased, but the one I ate at today did not offer that. Some workers may not be aware of all this, because not many people will order like this. Only us crazies.Game changer?