In honor of Super Bowl LVIII's historic overtime call on February 11 -- the second time the championship has gone into overtime in football history -- Buffalo Wild Wings is offering customers a free order of six wings, either traditional or boneless. According to the chicken chain's press release, Buffalo Wild Wings is making good on its "overtime button," thanks to the initial monumental tie between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers. The deal is applicable for either dine-in or takeout orders and will be redeemable on February 26 between the hours of 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at any location. And while the Chiefs ultimately triumphed over the 49ers, that doesn't mean KC fans will be the only ones able to score some wings for free. As anyone aware of Buffalo Wild Wings' past deals for March Madness, it looks like anyone will be able to press BWW's overtime button, though with a caveat or two.
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Full Details On Buffalo Wild Wings' Overtime Button Deal
The last time the Super Bowl went into overtime was in 2017, when the New England Patriots trumped the Atlanta Falcons during Super Bowl LI in Houston. (It should be noted that at the time, Buffalo Wild Wings had yet to launch its overtime button campaign; the deal debuted in 2018)Seven years later, Buffalo Wild Wing regulars are in for a treat, because whether you're a San Francisco 49ers fan or an aficionado of the Kansas City Chiefs, football fans who rep any jersey can enjoy the free meal deal. (It bears repeating that this is only applicable to customers who either dine-in or order take-out for in-person pick-up; delivery is a no-go.)
Not sure what to order? Don't sweat it, there's plenty to choose from. The chicken wing chain offers foodies 26 different sauces and dry rubs, ranging from zesty lemon pepper to classic hot sauce and Thai coconut curry. If you didn't catch Super Bowl LVIII or missed the overtime portion of the game, Buffalo Wild Wings won't quiz you -- the overtime button meal deal is for anyone and everyone, even if you opted to tune into the Puppy Bowl instead of the NFL's biggest game of the year.
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