Subway launched three new flavors of soup to step up its soup game for fall and is offering a way to receive money off your soup for its “Souped Up” weekends.
The new flavors of soup include Homestyle Chicken Noodle Soup, Broccoli Cheddar Soup, and Loaded Baked Potato Soup. Subway also is offering $1 off its soups starting Friday, Oct. 7.
“We’ve stepped up our soup at Subway, with three refreshed recipes that will have our guests dreaming of sweater weather after their first sip,” Paul Fabre, Senior Vice President of Culinary and Innovation at Subway said in a press release at the time the soups were released in September.
“The Subway culinary team spent more than a year in our test kitchen tweaking our recipes to pack even more flavor into our fan-favorite side, and we can’t wait for America to taste the difference,” Fabre added.
To receive the $1 off of your soup order, customers must have or sign up for a Subway account and opt in for Subway emails. “New accounts must opt into email 72 hours in advance to receive the offer,” according to Subway.
To sign up for a Subway account to receive the $1 off go to Subway.com.
The move to add “refreshed” soups to the menu comes following Subway’s “Eat Fresh Refresh transformation” where it added more than 20 new ingredients to its menu last summer.
Along with adding 12 new sandwiches with preselected ingredients to its menu called “The Subway Series” in July.