The world of fast food consistently has some kind of “war” going on, regardless of whether the label grossly overstates the circumstance. Breakfast wars. Chicken sandwich wars. Star Wars (Happy Meals).
To commend the one-year anniversary of its entry into the morning food skirmishes, Wendy’s is giving out thoroughly free Honey Butter Chicken Sandwiches throughout the end of the week. You don’t need to purchase anything to get a piece of that.
From March 18 until March 20, you can nab a free breakfast sandwich with no other buy needed by any stretch of the imagination. You can just ask it at the drive-thru window or track down the proposal in the application, a delegate tells Thrillist. The sandwich includes a fresh chicken filet finished off with maple honey butter on a buttermilk biscuit. You can just snatch them in-eatery, however. You’ll additionally track down that the arrangement is just substantial during your local shop’s breakfast hours, and it’s not accessible for delivery.
The deal lands directly as March Madness commences, also. Notwithstanding that free breakfast, Wendy’s is running a couple of conveyance arrangements to help fuel you through the primary competition since 2019.
You can get a $0 delivery charge through Uber Eats on any order for in any event $10 through April 6. From March 19-22, you can get $3 off a $15 order or $5 off a $20 request through Postmates with the code “WENDYS.” DoorDash will give you $5 off a $20 request. Or on the other hand you can get a $0 conveyance charge from Grubhub with a $15 request. (Gracious, and remember that they have BOGO Dave’s Singles at the present time, as well.) The Twitter-celebrated chain is doing all that it can to draw you in as March Madness gets in underway.
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