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At Subway, we want your visit to our website to be smooth, reliable and as useful as possible for you. To do this, we use cookies, tags and other similar technologies. For the sake of simplicity, we will refer to all of these technologies as "cookies". When you visit our website we use cookies to ensure that you have the best experience on our website. These cookies can be related to you, your preferences or your device. The information doesn't usually identify you directly, but it can provide a more customized web experience.

Since we respect your right to privacy, you can refuse the use of certain types of cookies. Your internet browser gives you the option to reject cookies. However, this may affect your use of some parts of our web services. Further information on cookie management can be found in the options of your browser.

We use this information to better recognize you, to customize and improve your experience, to provide security, to analyze the use of our services (e.g. to analyze your interactions with the results, reports and other functions of the services), demographic To collect data about our user base in order to offer you our services, to monitor the success of marketing programs and to serve targeted advertising on our website and on other websites on the Internet. To learn more about targeted advertising, please read the Subway Group's privacy policy.

Types of cookies and tags on our websites

Absolutely necessary:These cookies are necessary for the website to function and cannot be deactivated in our systems. They are usually only set in response to actions you have taken that relate to a service request, such as setting your privacy settings, logging in or filling out forms. You can set your browser so that it blocks these cookies or informs you about these cookies, but some parts of the website will not work in this case. These cookies do not store any personally identifiable information.

A preference cookie is required to record your "Do Not Track" settings so that we can respect them on future visits.

Functionality (e.g. language preference): These cookies help us to adapt the content of our website to the preferences of the user. They remember the user's selection, his language, the country pages he visited and any changes that the user makes to the text size or to other parts of our website. The information these cookies collect can be anonymized and they cannot track browsing activity on other websites.

Performance cookies (e.g. for Google Analytics):These cookies collect information about how users use our website in order to correct technical problems or errors and to highlight areas such as navigation so that we can improve our website. For example, Google Analytics uses cookie identifiers to determine the number of visitors to the website and to tell us the volumes and sources of website traffic. This enables us to analyze web traffic patterns and to carry out tests to optimize websites and visits based on important key figures.

The information collected by Google Analytics itself is anonymous. However, when you reply to a marketing email, a random ID is generated for Google Analytics that we can use along with your email address to manually identify you based on other information that we already have in your customer profile feature. We can then use this information to generate potential sales or advertising.

For more information on how Google Analytics protects your data, see:

Interest-based advertising / targeting (as from advertising platforms that we may use, such as Facebook or Twitter):These cookies can be set by our advertising partners through our website. They can be used and shared by these companies to build a profile of your interests and show you relevant advertisements on other websites. This is based on the unique identification of your browser and your internet device. The website or domain owner can then use the information to draw certain conclusions about you, such as: B. What you might be interested in. For example: after reviewing the information sent to the website or the domain owner, they can conclude that you are a football fan, a health and fitness enthusiast, or a person who loves to travel. If you do not allow these cookies, the advertising will be less targeted.

For more information on digital advertising, visit AdChoices at:

Social media:We allow users to share our website on social media such as Facebook and Twitter using their cookies. These cookies are not under our control. You can find information on how your cookies work in the respective data protection provisions of the relevant social media provider.

To learn more about cookies and your privacy on the Internet, visit the online resourceAll about cookies.

How long do cookies stay on my device?

How long a cookie remains on your computer or mobile device depends on whether it is a "persistent" or a "session cookie". Session cookies only stay on your device until you stop browsing. Persistent cookies remain on your computer or mobile device until they expire or are deleted.

Rejection of cookies

First party tracking.  If you want to refuse first-party tracking (i.e. tracking with cookies set by Subway) on our websites, you can adjust the corresponding settings in your browser. Every browser is different, but many popular browsers (Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and Safari) have settings or options that can be adjusted to accept or reject cookies or certain other technologies before they are set, installed, or given to you allow you to remove or refuse to use or install certain technologies altogether. If you would like to know how to change your browser settings correctly, please use the help menu of your browser.

Third party tracking.  To opt out of third-party tracking (i.e. tracking with cookies placed by people other than Subway), you can do one of the following:

  • Click here to visit the Network Advertising Initiative website or click here to visit the Digital Advertising Alliance website to set preferences and opt out of third-party audience programs
  • Click here to opt out of the Google Ad Network (DoubleClick, AdSense)
  • clickhereto decline Google Analytics
  • Click here to decline Adobe Site Services

If you would like to find out more about the use of cookies by advertising companies and how to reject them, the following links may be helpful for our visitors:

Adobe Flash Player technology. We allow Adobe to set and activate special cookies that are necessary to provide video content for Adobe Flash Player. You cannot remove Flash cookies simply by changing your browser settings. To restrict which websites can store information in Flash cookies on your device, you must visit the Adobe website:

"Do Not Track" technology. Some newer web browsers have a “Do Not Track” setting, which broadcasts a “Do Not Track” header to the websites you visit, stating that your activity should not be tracked. However, we are currently not responding to "Do Not Track" signals from browsers.

Other helpful resources

Browser manufacturers provide help pages on cookie management in their products. Please see below for more information:

For information on other browsers, see the documentation provided by your browser manufacturer.