How Many Calories in a Subway Cold Cut Sub With Cheese?

Subway's numerous options for diet-friendly sandwiches, complete with fresh vegetables. But when building your low-cal meal, calculate how many calories and how much fat the cheese and dressing add to your cold cut sub.

Adding a little cheese can add calories, fat and sodium to your sub. (Image: badmanproduction/iStock/Getty Images)

Calorie Content

A 6-inch Subway cold cut combo on wheat bread contains 410 calories. Adding two triangles of processed American cheese brings the count up by 40 calories. Two half-circles of provolone bring your total to 460 calories. Regular mayonnaise adds 110 calories per tbsp., compared to 55 calories for light mayonnaise and 5 calories for yellow or brown mustard.

Other Nutritional Values

There are 6 g of saturated fat, 0.5 g of trans fat and 16 total fat grams in a Subway cold cut combo before you add cheese or mayo. Regular mayo adds another 12 grams of fat, and cheese brings the fat count up by another 3 to 4 g. The plain sandwich also contains approximately 60 mg of cholesterol, 48 g of carbohydrates and 5 g of dietary fiber.


The sodium content in a 6-inch Subway cold cut sub is about 1,450 mg. recommends keeping your total daily sodium intake between 1,500 and 2,300 mg. If you have high blood pressure or other medical conditions, your physician may recommend a lower sodium intake.

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