Buffalo Wild Wings Now Half-Off Every Tuesday

Buffalo Wild Wings Now Half-Off Every Tuesday
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Mark your calendar — Buffalo Wild Wings announced this week that it is now offering half-price wings on Tuesdays as part of a new promotion called “Wing Tuesdays.”

This offer applies to snack, small, medium and large traditional wings and is available all day long. The half-price wings come with ranch or blue cheese, and celery or carrots.

Judy Shoulak, president of North America Buffalo Wild Wings, says the company is “very excited to offer Buffalo Wild Wings fans the opportunity to enjoy our award-winning traditional wings at a special price every Tuesday.”

The announcement does not specify an end date for the deal, suggesting that you get details from participating locations.

If you prefer your wings boneless, instead ask about Boneless Thursdays, a weekly promotion involving discounted boneless wings.

You also might want to call ahead to your nearest location to confirm it’s participating before driving there.

Buffalo Wild Wings has more than 1,200 locations worldwide. To search for locations in your area, check out the restaurant’s website.

For more ways to save money when eating out, check out “12 Ways to Slice Your Next Restaurant Check in Half.”

Do you eat at Buffalo Wild Wings? Let us know what you think of the chain’s latest promotion by commenting below or on our Facebook page.

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