You Can Now Have Walkers Crisps In Your Subway Sandwich As A Topping Option

Anna Lewis
·2-min read
Photo credit: Subway
Photo credit: Subway

From Delish

In today’s ‘I can’t quite believe I’m writing this’ news, Subway and Walkers have joined forces so you can now have crisps in your sandwich.

Let me break this down for you: Subway now offers Walkers’ Ready Salted crisps as one of its 53 topping options for your footlong sandwich.

At first, we very much thought this was an April Fool’s Day joke that had just got lost in the post, but it’s totally legit. And actually, the more we think about it, the more we’re into it: crisps in sandwiches are incredible, after all.

Photo credit: Subway
Photo credit: Subway

Speaking about the exciting crisps-based addition to its topping menu, Subways says: “Whether an Italian B.M.T, Chicken Teriyaki, Veggie Delite, Turkey Breast, or new vegan T.L.C. (Tastes Like Chicken) is your go-to Subway order, crisp sandwich aficionados will now be able to choose ‘crisps in’ to add an extra crunch to any of Subway’s 18 signature Subs, wraps or salads for a limited time.”

Angelina Gosal, Head of Marketing UK & Ireland at Subway commented: “The crisp sandwich is an iconic and important part of Britain’s culinary traditions and we’re excited to partner with Walkers to allow guests to now order one in store. With the addition of Walkers crisps to the toppings you can add to our Subs, we have one of the biggest, tastiest and the crunchiest menus on the high street!”

Fernando Kahane, Marketing Director at Walkers commented: “As a nation, we may not agree on everything, but we are united in the fact that a lunchtime sandwich without crisps is just not the same. That’s why we’ve teamed up with Subway to offer extra Walkers crunch with your Subs and to ensure lunchtimes are even more enjoyable.”

Subway fans can choose to add Walkers Ready Salted Crisps as a topping to any Sub, wrap or salad from an extra 20p, in store from today (7 April) until 23 May 2021.

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