Everyone has that one food that no matter how full they are, they can’t stop eating. If chicken wings happen to be that food for you, you won’t want to miss this deal that Buffalo Wild Wings is bringing back.
Now while supplies last at participating locations, traditional wings are buy one get one free. Size exclusions may apply, and there is a limit of one deal per customer. While you can’t use other coupons or offers with this BOGO deal, it is valid from open to close every Tuesday.
“We recognize how important Wing Tuesdays is to our story, and we’re thrilled to bring back this iconic program to all sports bars,” Seth Freeman, chief marketing officer of Buffalo Wild Wings, said in a press release.
Prefer something a little trendier than traditional wings? Buffalo Wild Wings has 17 sauces and five seasonings available, so there are pretty much endless combinations of flavors you can choose from.
Keep it simple with teriyaki or parmesan garlic, which are options on the mild end of the scale. Or step it up a notch and go for Thai curry, Caribbean jerk or jammin’ jalepeño. Want more spice? Take it to the top with mango habanero. The restaurant’s signature buffalo sauce is also available in hot, medium and mild.
If you don’t have a Buffalo Wild Wings near you or just prefer to make your own wings at home, it’s actually quite easy.
This recipe for crispy baked parmesan garlic wings from Joyful Healthy Eats is sure to satisfy your craving, but it’s also healthier than fried wings since these are baked. All you need is wings and a few ingredients like butter, fresh garlic, salt and pepper, red pepper flakes, smoked paprika and parmesan. The best part? They only take about five minutes to prep!
Because the Buffalo Wild Wings deal is valid at participating locations only, you might want to check with your local restaurant before making plans for your next Tuesday night.
Will you be heading to BDubs for some buy one, get one free wings?
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