Lately, Anything could be in vending machines such as Subway Vending Machines as spotted on June 2 in Tampines West Community Club. That’s right – Subway Vending Machines that dispense fresh subs on hand will undoubtedly be a part of Singapore soon.
Subway Singapore offers a solution for those who detest long lines to purchase a sandwich during peak hours or simply want to avoid the crowds amid this continuing pandemic issue.
Subway vending machine
Located right outside the Subway outlet is a vending machine that can dispense Subway sandwiches.
However, the concept that is grab-and-go is not available yet, as evidenced because of the “just around the corner” sticker pasted in the vending machine.
Though we would imagine that this may dispense ready-made signature sandwiches like:
- Chicken teriyaki
- Roasted chicken breast
- Italian BMT
- Subway melt
- Meatball marinara melt
- Cold cut trio
- Roast beef
Grab & Go
It’s not clear how the machine operates at this point but it seems like it will likely be located close to a Subway restaurant such that subs would be “topped up” as so when the machine runs from it to help keep things fresh.
COMING SOON! – Grab and Go fuss free subs, in a vending machine?! It could soon be true at Subway!
Tampines West Community Club
Address: 5 Tampines Avenue 3 #01-08, Tampines West Community Club, Singapore 529705
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