If you really like Subway sandwiches, and you do not really find your current name to be important, then the franchise has a great offer you cannot miss. This week the chain announced that one customer who legally changes their first name to “Subway” will be given free “Deli Hero” sandwiches for the rest of their life.
The competition is set to start online from August 1 to August 4 at SubwayNameChange.com. Any adult located in the United States will be allowed to participate. However, the only condition the participants must agree with is changing their name if they end up being selected as the winner of the contest. About this, Subway stated that they would cover legal and processing costs related to the name change. The chain also took the chance to say:
“In 2022, one superfan camped out for two days to get a footlong tattoo of the Subway Series logo in exchange for free Subway for life.”
Earlier in July, the company introduced a new sandwich with deli meats. These are sliced in restaurants and not pre-portioned. To do this, Subway invested around 80 million dollars in the new product and managed to install the new additions in more than 20 thousand restaurants.
In order to get the prize, the winner must have their background checked and needs to provide Subway with proof of the name change. This has to be done four months after accepting the prize, which will be given as Subway gift cards for 50,000 dollars.