In honor of National Chicken Wing Day (July 29), Buffalo Wild Wings is offering fans six free boneless or traditional wings with any $10 dine-in purchase throughout the entire day.
As the wing experts, Buffalo Wild Wings is also using National Chicken Wing Day to settle once and for all the great wing debate: traditional or boneless? This National Chicken Wing Day, fans can cast their vote and help settle the score by ordering their free wings traditional or boneless and sharing their pick to social media with the hashtag #wingdebate. Buffalo Wild Wings will share the results following the holiday to see which type of wings came out on top. Fans who “voted” for the winning team will have bragging rights until next year’s National Chicken Wing Day.
Buffalo Wild Wings will also be offering the chance for one lucky Blazin’ Rewards Member to celebrate National Chicken Wing Day by winning free wings for an entire year. For a chance to win, Blazin’ Rewards Members can check-in on the Buffalo Wild Wings App while visiting any Buffalo Wild Wings location on July 29. See the Official Rules here. Not a member yet? Download the Buffalo Wild Wings app through the Apple App Store or Google Play and become a Blazin’ Rewards member on or before July 29 for your chance to win.
Once again, Buffalo Wild Wings is proving they are the best place to celebrate National Chicken Wing Day. “One of the things we know consumers love most are our chicken wings and all of our 26 sauces and seasonings – there is a wing and a flavor to please every one of our guests,” says Rita Patel, Chief Marketing Officer at Buffalo Wild Wings. “We are excited to celebrate National Chicken Wing Day at Buffalo Wild Wings in two big ways: first, by offering one Blazin’ Rewards member the chance to win free wings for a year, and second giving away free wings with any $10 dine-in purchase*. We’ll also have some fun with the ongoing great #wingdebate, letting guests cast a vote with their wing order.”
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