HURRY: Get a FREE Chicken Biscuit at Wendy’s Before They’re Gone
Talk about time-sensitive Washington state regional news stories! I was minding my own business being nosy on the internet and came across a headline that said, "Wendy’s is giving away free chicken biscuits this week. Here’s how you can get one."
I nearly threw my back out jumping so fast out of my bed. They had me at WENDY'S and FREE!
Why is Wendy's giving out free food? What's the catch (there's always a catch, amirite)? Well, the catch with this free chicken biscuit is that it's only available via drive-thru or in-store. Sorry, we can't get this free biscuit delivered to us. (Booooo!) Thrillist.com reports free breakfast biscuits is part of a Wendy's promotional deal for March Madness, which officially began this week. Wendy's is apparently the "official breakfast of (the NCAA) March Madness" games. Who knew! That's pretty cool.
Wendy's is one of my favorite fast foods, you can ask my daughter Willow if you don't believe me. Every week we have "Fast Food Fridays" at my house. That means I ain't cooking JACK SQUAT. I will order MOD Pizza for Willow and Wendy's for me. She always gets the MOD-sized pizza with extra pepperoni, extra sauce, salt, pepper, and oregano. Then I'll head over to Wendy's and treat myself to two junior bacon cheeseburgers (no lettuce), medium fries, and a small chili. Since Wendy's is not too far away from MOD Pizza, it works out great for me because that means I won't have to drive too far to get dinner. It's a win-win!
Is this "Honey Butter" chicken biscuit at Wendy's is making you hungry but you don't want to drive? Thankfully, we can order pretty much anything and get it delivered from Doordash, UberEats, Grubhub.
This freebie only lasts through Saturday, March 20th, FYI. So if you are hungry in the morning this week and don't feel like cooking, maybe go get yourself a free chicken biscuit sandwich? Wendy's now opens at 6:30 a.m.!
If you are looking for other local fast food places that offer chicken biscuit sandwiches (but not for free, mind you), then check out Carl's Jr., McDonald's, Jack In The Box, and so on!
See you in line at the drive-thru!
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