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How to Get a Subway Rewards Card

Updated July 20, 2017

Subway is one of the largest fast-food chains in the world. It is a popular restaurant serving subs, or submarine sandwiches. Subway has a Rewards card that will allow you to earn rewards points for free food. Each time you eat at a participating Subway, you can earn one Rewards point for each dollar that you spend. When you have accumulated enough points, you can redeem them for a free menu item.

Pick up a Rewards card at your local participating Subway. Ask the cashier for the card. It can be picked up free and allows you to earn points from purchasing items with any method of payment.

Create an account on the Subway website. Go to the bottom and click "Register." You will be taken to a form that you are required to fill out. Enter your name, address, e-mail, and other information. Click "Submit."

Check the email address you submitted in the form, and look for the confirmation e-mail.

Click the "Confirm" link in the email. This completes the registration process. You will be returned to the Login screen. Log in using your information.

Add your Rewards card to your account. Click "Manage Cards" on the bottom right hand side of the page. Enter your card number and PIN in the fields and then click "Add Card." Your Rewards card will now show up in your list of cards on your account page. It is now registered to your Subway account and you may now start adding points to it by simply purchasing food items.

Tip

Not all Subways restaurants participate in the Rewards program. You can use the Store Finder on the website to locate a participating Subway in your area.

Things You'll Need

  • Computer with Internet access
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