Subway adds three new sandwiches to its Subway Vault menu

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While the NFL Draft might have had all eyes on Las Vegas, many football fans were hungry for more. Although many famous faces, including icons like Tom Brady, have joined the Eat Fresh Refresh family, the quick service restaurant brand aims to never be stale. As part of the NFL Draft event, the restaurant brand has added three new sandwiches to the Subway Vault menu. Ready to take a big bite?

When Subway launched the Vault menu, it was a way to showcase its athlete partners as well as some of the iconic menu choices. As Carrie Walsh, Global Chief Marketing Officer, Subway said, “Our athlete partners are some of our most passionate Subway fans, so it was a natural fit to create a collection of their favorite sandwiches.” Launched during Super Bowl LVI, the Vault resonated with everyone.

Now, the Subway Vault menu has three new sandwiches. Each sandwich is representative of the football player’s favorite flavor preferences.

First, the Jordan Davis Standout Sub makes an impression with its big bite. The combination of steak and bacon entices meat lovers. Then piled high with lettuce, tomato, green peppers, and pickles, it balances the hearty meat. Lastly, topped with Buffalo Sauce and mayo, the flavor brings the heat yet is approachable.

The Garrett Wilson Go Long Sub is worthy of that lengthy trip. Combining oven-roasted turkey, black forest ham and bacon, it is slightly sweet yet savory. Topped with pepper jack cheese and two scoops of Smashed Avocado, there is a lusciousness that brings people back for another bite. Finished with Baja Chipotle Sauce and veggies, it goes the distance with flavor.

Kayvon Thibodeaux’s The Playmaker might be the boldest flavor of the three Subway Vault menu items. Combining oven-roasted turkey, black forest ham, bacon and pepper jack cheese, it hits all the flavor notes. Topped with Buffalo Sauce and Peppercorn Ranch, it is the yin/yang of sauces. It is definitely a flavor to try.

Since the Subway Vault menu continually evolves, there is always a reason to place another order. These menu items are available via and the Subway app.

Which new Subway Vault menu item tempts you away from that traditional order? Can you think of an option that should be added to the Vault menu?