Penn Station Prices

Penn Station is a fast food restaurant chain specializing in East Coast sub sandwiches. Penn Station prices are usually a bit higher than its main sub competitors such as Subway and Quiznos.

The main difference between Penn Station and other sub sandwich restaurants is that Penn Station offers 5 different sizes of subs: 4″, 6″, 8″, 10″, and 12″. The restaurant also has a much more limited menu than other sub sandwich restaurants.

Below are the latest Penn Station menu prices.

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Philadelphia Cheesesteak6″$4.99
Philadelphia Cheesesteak8″$6.69
Philadelphia Cheesesteak10″$8.29
Philadelphia Cheesesteak12″$9.99
Club (Grilled or Cold)6″$4.99
Club (Grilled or Cold)8″$6.69
Club (Grilled or Cold)10″$8.29
Club (Grilled or Cold)12″$9.99
Chicken Teriyaki6″$4.99
Chicken Teriyaki8″$6.69
Chicken Teriyaki10″$8.29
Chicken Teriyaki12″$9.99
Chicken Parmesan6″$4.99
Chicken Parmesan8″$6.69
Chicken Parmesan10″$8.29
Chicken Parmesan12″$9.99
Chicken Cordon Bleu6″$4.99
Chicken Cordon Bleu8″$6.69
Chicken Cordon Bleu10″$8.29
Chicken Cordon Bleu12″$9.99
Pizza Sub6″$4.99
Pizza Sub8″$6.69
Pizza Sub10″$8.29
Pizza Sub12″$9.99
Italian (Grilled or Cold)6″$4.99
Italian (Grilled or Cold)8″$6.69
Italian (Grilled or Cold)10″$8.29
Italian (Grilled or Cold)12″$9.99
Sausage Sub6″$4.99
Sausage Sub8″$6.69
Sausage Sub10″$8.29
Sausage Sub12″$9.99
Grilled Artichoke6″$4.99
Grilled Artichoke8″$6.69
Grilled Artichoke10″$8.29
Grilled Artichoke12″$9.99
Chicken or Tuna Salad6″$4.99
Chicken or Tuna Salad8″$6.69
Chicken or Tuna Salad10″$8.29
Chicken or Tuna Salad12″$9.99
Grilled Vegetarian6″$4.99
Grilled Vegetarian8″$6.69
Grilled Vegetarian10″$8.29
Grilled Vegetarian12″$9.99
Create Your Own6″$4.99
Create Your Own8″$6.69
Create Your Own10″$8.29
Create Your Own12″$9.99

Sub Combos

Includes Fries and Drink

Sub Combo6″$7.89
Sub Combo8″$9.39
Sub Combo10″$10.99
Sub Combo12″$12.69

Kids Meal

Includes 4″ Kid-sized Sandwich, Half Size Fries, Kiddie Cup Beverage & Lollipop

Kids Meal$4.69


Add Extra Meat or Cheese$1.19
Fresh-Cut FriesSmall$2.19
Fresh-Cut FriesMedium$3.49
Fresh-Cut FriesLarge$5.39
Chocolate Chunk Cookie$1.79


Iced TeaRegular$1.89
Iced TeaLarge$2.29
Iced TeaGallon$5.99
Fountain DrinkRegular$1.89
Fountain DrinkLarge$2.29

Available Subs from Penn Station:


  • Philadelphia Cheesesteak
  • Club
  • Reuben


  • Chicken Teriyaki
  • Chicken Parmesan
  • Chicken Cordon Bleu


  • Pizza
  • Italian
  • Sausage

Lighter Options

  • Grilled Artichoke
  • Chicken or Tuna Salad
  • Grilled Vegetarian

Penn Station was founded in 1985 in Cincinnati, Ohio, by Jeff Osterfeld. The restaurant was created due to popularity of the cheesesteak sandwich in Philadelphia.

Currently, there are over 185 restaurant locations in over 12 states. Some Penn Station restaurants offer more food items such as wraps, salads, and lemonade. If you’re planning a trip to your local Penn Station, make sure you bring you wallet as Penn Station prices might surprise you if you’re used to eating at other sub sandwich restaurants such as Subway.

For more information about Penn Station, visit their official website.

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      1. Fries are unreasonably over-priced ! ! ! !
        $2.19 for Small, $3.39 for Med., $5.39 for Lrge ?
        Hey, I can buy a 5 lb. bag of russetts for $1.50 to $2 @ Kroger ! ! !
        Never bought fries @ PS, and never will @ those prices.

        1. Yea have fun slicing and dicing your own fries cheap ass. Meanwhile you are missing out some damn good fries.

      2. A gallon of tea or lemonade at our Penn Station is $10!!!

      3. Just tried Penn Station and I’m thankful I had a BOGO coupon!! The 6″ subs were TINY and hardly enough for dinner. They cost $6.19. The medium fries were good, but EXPENSIVE!! I agree with Joe from July 16. I have a french fry cutter and can slice up 5 pounds of fries in less than 5 minutes and it will only cost $1.50 vs paying $5 for a lot less fries. They do not offer choices of toppings on the sandwich (at least nobody gave me any choices). I could not watch my sandwich being prepared. Contrasted with Subway, the longest sub (12″) is $6 and has a lot more stuff on it. At Penn Station I got the same sandwiches as Subway so I could do a fair comparison. The tuna was barely there, and the Italian sub didn’t have more than l/2 cup of stuff inside of it! The 6″ version at Subway weighs 3-4 times what the Penn Station did. The only thing that I liked better than Subway was the bread – it was delicious! This is my last trip to any Penn Station with or without a coupon!

      4. This article is wrong when it says the main difference from subway/ competitors is Penn Station offers sizes in 2″ lengths from 4″ – 6″. While that is true, the difference between the two is they serve a home made sweet bread, and the meat is typically grilled up, then heated after being put on the bread. They also serve fries, fried in peanut oil, along with a few kinds of chips. I’ve never had a bad sandwich from our local Penn Station, and I’ve also never had one with less meat than Subway (which from our local store cannot be seen when the sandwich is closed. Yes, the sandwiches are a couple dollars more, but it is a different style of sub, with fresh fries available.

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