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If you missed out on Applebee’s 25-cent boneless wings promotion in October, or are upset that it ended, get ready to have your day made.
Applebee’s 25-cent boneless wings are officially returning to participating restaurants nationwide! Regardless of how many you order — whether it’s five, 15 or 50 — they are still just a quarter each.
This deal means five wings will cost you $1.25 if you just want them as an appetizer. Throwing a party? Fifty wings will cost you $12.50 (not including tax and gratuity).
Made with crispy, breaded pieces of boneless chicken, you can choose between three sauces: classic hot Buffalo sauce, honey barbecue sauce or sweet Asian chile sauce. Celery and dipping sauce are not included with the discounted wings, but they are available for an additional cost.
While Applebee’s doesn’t say how long the wings will be around, they do say it’s just for a limited time, so you’ll want to head to your local Applebee’s soon.
If you want something to wash down all those wings, Applebee’s not only has a $1 drink of the month for March, but also a brand new Beverage Value Menu with premium drinks costing $3, $5 or $7.
Starting with the cheapest drink on the menu, the $1 Neighborhood Drink of the Month until March 31 is the “Dollar L.I.T.,” a Long Island iced tea, which has a blend of vodka, rum, gin, tequila, triple sec and sweet and sour. It is then topped with cola.
As for the new value menu, $3 will get you a canned Bud Light Seltzer, while $5 buys a tall Emerald L.I.T. (Long Island iced tea) Brewtus Cocktail made with Jameson Irish whiskey.
If frozen drinks are more your thing, you can get a top-shelf frozen strawberry DaiquiRita made with Patron Silver for $7.
Will you be heading to your local Applebee’s for some 25-cent wings before the deal ends?
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