Does Subway Still Make Pizza in 2022? Answer Might Surprise You

Updated April 20, 2022 by Kyle
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Do you consider yourself a pizza junkie and would much rather have a personal pizza at Subway than one of their over-priced footlong sandwiches? Well, I got some news for you if you’re wondering if Subway still sells pizza at most locations. I have fond memories of my daughter ordering a mini personal pizza at Subway when she was a little fart and it begs the question if they still offer it. Here’s everything you need to know about this incredibly important topic…wink, wink.

So…Does Subway Still Have Pizza?

Does Subway Still Sell Pizza?

Yes…but not at all locations.

As a matter of fact, you’ll be hard up these days to find a Subway location that still sells pizza.

How Do I Figure Out If My Subway Sells Pizza?

Give them a call or check the Subway online store locator and see if they post their menu.

The best way is to start an online Delivery and that way you can check the menu of your local Subway and see if they still make pizza.

See Also: The Subway Secret Menu Is Delicious and May Even Save You Money

How Big Is the Pizza?

It’s your standard “personal style” pizza.

When my daughter would order a pizza from Subway it came in at around 6″ – 7″ in diameter.

It’s a decent size and definitely will fill-up most kids.

What Does It Cost?

Around $6-$7.

The price of the Subway pizza varies by location.

The last time I ordered it, probably 10 years ago, it cost $4.99 but I’m sure it’s gone up in price significantly since then.

What Toppings Can I Have?

You can have your pizza topped with any topping that you can put on a Subway sandwich.

The pizza starts with just cheese, then you can top it with pepperoni, salami, ham, peppers, olives, and onions to name a few toppings.

The only popular pizza topping that you won’t find at Subway include sausage, pineapple, and anchovies.

See Also: 7 Smart Ways to Save Money at Subway and Get MORE Food

Do They Make the Crust Fresh In-Store?

No.

Their pizza crust comes already made (and frozen) with just cheese on it.

The Subway “sandwich artist” will defrost it, then add some fresh cheese along with whatever toppings you want.

They’ll then toss it in the toaster over for a couple minutes and pull it out when the cheese is melted.

If you like a little bit of crunch in your pizza you may not like the Subway pizza as it’s fairly thick crust and quite soft.

See Also: 4 Smart Ways to Get Free or (Heavily Discounted) Subway Sandwiches

Is There a Sandwich That Tastes Like Pizza?

Yes, but you won’t find it on the “regular” menu.

Instead you’ll find the sandwich tucked away on the Subway “secret” menu.

Simply order the Pizza Sub and if the employees gives you a blank stare you’ll need to order it by ingredient.

  • Pick your bread.
  • Next, ask for red tomato sauce (which they use for their meatballs).
  • Add pepperoni.
  • Add cheese of your choice.
  • Ask for it toasted.
  • Lastly, have them sprinkle on some parmesan cheese.

I’ve ordered it a few times over the years and it’s a yummy (and gooey) sub for pizza lovers.

Any Other “Non-Sandwich” Items at Subway?

Yes, there are a few other “non-sandwich” options and they include the following…

Salad – They have dozens of popular salad options that include the Steak & Cheese, Tuna, Veggie Delite, Mozza Meat, and BLT to name a few.

Soup – Some Subway locations serve hot soup like Minestrone, Veggie, and even Clam Chowder.

Wraps – Popular wraps include Roast Beef, Spicy Italian, and Rotisserie-Style Chicken.

In actuality you can pretty much get any sandwich in the form of wrap.

You have 2 choices for your wrap “bread” and they include tomato basil and spinach.

Ask the Reader: When was the last time you saw a pizza being made at your local Subway? If you’ve seen it happen, let me know where you live in the comments, thanks.


By Kyle James

Photo credit to Mike Mozart.

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