Wingstop Discount February 2013


About The Wingstop Discount Deal

Options include a 10-piece pack of boneless wings ($9.99) with your choice of two flavors, such as hickory-smoked barbecue or garlic parmesan; a 16-piece pack of boneless chicken strips ($20.49) with up to three flavors; crisp veggie sticks ($0.99); and 20-ounce soft drinks ($1.99).

Expires 120 days after purchase.
Limit 1 per person. Valid only at Roscoe Village location at 3326 N Western Ave. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Not valid with other offers.

About Wingstop

Since 1994, Wingstop’s franchise locations—more than 600 currently operating or in the works—have cooked up and served more than 2 billion wings, and amassed a considerable following. Whether regular or boneless, these modern-day game-day staples come in one of the shop’s 10 signature flavors: Louisiana rub and hickory-smoked barbecue have a classic spicy kick, whereas tanginess prevails in the lemon pepper, Hawaiian, and teriyaki. Because the wings are always made to order, they derive their heat from their seasonings and their recent stay inside the fryer, rather than from heat lamps or tiny, individual Snuggies. The same amount of care goes into the Wingstop’s housemade sides, which range from fries that are cut daily at each shop to the bourbon baked beans. Even the honey mustard, blue cheese, and ranch dipping sauces are mixed onsite.

Head to Groupon here for the deal or go HERE to sign up.

Groupon is a deal-of-the-day website that is in major markets in the United States.

Here’s how it works:

1. Each day they feature something cool to do at an unbeatable price in your nearest big city.
2. You only get it if enough people join that day… so invite your friends. If you get the deal it’s for amazing savings on products.
3. Check back the next day for another awesome Groupon
4. Print out the Groupon and take it to the business and you get your discount.

Hubs and I have been using Groupon a lot to get savings on food and website deals. We end up saving at least 50% for things we would have bought anyway.

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