Subway’s $5 foot-long for April is its double bacon, egg & cheese, basically a breakfast offering that it’s making available all day.
Because this one is on its regular menu, Subway does have calorie information for it on its nutrition page. A six-inch version of this has 520 calories and an eye-popping 1,430 mg of sodium, more than half your daily recommended amount. I’m assuming a great deal of that sodium is in the bacon involved but I would guess there’s quite a bit in the flat bread as well. While many places are touting flat bread these days as a smart alternative to regular bread, I find it invariably has more sodium and so is a poor substitute.
A foot-long version of this should be out of the question for anyone concerned about calories or sodium intake.