In partnership with Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy movie to be released in theaters in Singapore on 31 July 2014, SUBWAY Singapore wants to bring out the Guardian in you with two limited edition subs, and a range of amazing promotions that will delight fans of all ages, including collector’s cards and a chance to win artwork by a Marvel artist.
From 16 July to 31 August, SUBWAY® Singapore is launching two limited edition flavours – Cosmic Chicken Cordon Bleu and Galactic Chicken Pizziola – to coincide with the release of the hotly anticipated summer blockbuster Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy. These new out-of-this-world subs will appeal to those looking to experience a power packed taste explosion created with a unique combination of meats, cheeses and veggies.
The Cosmic Chicken Cordon Bleu is combination of slices of ham and chicken strips, toasted with melted cheese, best eaten with honey mustard sauce.
The Galactic Chicken Pizziola is a hearty sub of pepperoni and chicken strips, covered in Marinara sauce, and toasted with melted cheese
I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait to get my hands on the Piziola. Also, with every Guardians of the Galaxy combo purchased from 31 July, you will receive a limited edition collector’s card which features one of five characters from the movie. There will only be 100,000 cards printed and three people who present a complete set of cards will win a chance to eat FREE at SUBWAY with a year’s worth of subs.
This promotion also sees renowned comic artist and Marvel illustrator, Carlo Pagulayan, lend his hand to bring SUBWAY Singapore’s Guardians of the Galaxy campaign to life. Carlo did some amazing work on Marvel’s Planet Hulk with Greg Pak, released a sculpted Planet Hulk mini bust and brought back Agents of Atlas with Jeff Parker.
Carlo has specially illustrated the visuals for this promotion, and three prints of artwork from this campaign will be up for grabs!
To be in to win, you’ll need to turn up at SUBWAY’s limited edition sub tasting events at select comic book stores around Singapore on 19 and 20 July 2014.