Subway Is Giving Away Free Food For Life But There’s A Catch

Calling all Subway superfans, this one’s for you.

Who doesn’t love Subway? It’s a place that even the fussiest of eaters can enjoy, thanks to the endless customisation options and the ability to customise your sandwich to suit your tastes.

If you’re someone that’s always picking certain vegetables out of your food or who doesn’t like to eat out due to a lack of options, I think we can all agree there’s at least something on the Subway menu for everyone. Not to mention, you’re never too far away from a Subway.

Well, Subway is giving a superfan the opportunity to get free food for the rest of their life, however, there is a rather big catch.

How can I win free Subway for life?

If you could see yourself happily feasting on Subway sandwiches every day, that could become your reality as Subway is happy to give this prize away to anyone who legally changes their name to Subway.

While this is a big lifetime commitment, it will get you free Subway, so, maybe something to consider. Of course, before you go and change your name it’s best to check out the T&Cs first before making any rash decisions.

Subway has launched this campaign on Twitter (now known as X) encouraging fans to take the plunge and be rewarded with free sandwiches for life. They’ve promised to reveal more info about the competition this week, so it may be worth following them and keeping an eye on their Tweets (also now called posts, thanks to the X rebrand) before you actually change your name.

Of course, you’d have to be super committed to actually do this, so if you’re actually crazy enough to consider this make sure you’ve considered all the options first. You know, other than the fact that your legal name will be Subway for the rest of your life.

More details are expected to be announced here, so keep an eye out and read all T&Cs if you really think that’s something you could do.

Plus, don’t forget to check out all of our food student discounts to help you save some cash if you’re not willing to legally change your name (which we can bet, you’re probably not).