The global sandwich brand plans to roll out delivery nationwide by the end of the year.
Subway has announced that it has started trialling delivery with Just Eat, allowing customers to order through its app and website from their 31 stores in London, Leeds and Manchester.
“While the rollout will begin in three cities initially, we’re adding more and more stores each week and look forward to people across the UK enjoying their signature Subs and cookies,” Subway UK and Ireland marketing director Sacha Clark said.
By the end of 2018, Subway and Just Eat plan to roll out delivery nationwide from over 500 Subway stores across the UK.
“We’re excited to welcome Subway to Just Eat, as part of our continued efforts to offer customers more of their favourite food brands at the tap of the app. With more and more people ordering at lunchtime and during the week, having Subway’s Subs available for delivery will be a game changer for sandwich lovers," Just Eat UK managing director Graham Corfield commented.
Subway currently operates with over 2,500 stores throughout the UK and Ireland.
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