Wendy's Is Giving Away Free Crispy Chicken Sandwiches This Weekend

And offering more scary good deals through Halloween.



Halloween is the spookiest time of year with plenty of tricks and treats to enjoy. While we appreciate the scary good fun with the horror flicks and the dressing up, we’re always happy to take some treats, too.

Wendy’s is all about the killer treats this holiday. This fast food chain is serving up weekend-long "BOO"GO (buy-one-get-one) deals and freebies that are so good, they are downright scary. In a good way.

Wendy’s Halloween Deals

Wendy’s is celebrating Halloween this year by giving its customers some very spooktacular deals. All weekend long, starting Friday, October 27 through Tuesday, October 31, Wendy’s will offer fan favorites for less (and yes, some are even free).

Friday kicks things off with the "BO(O)GO" Premium Sandwich where you can grab two items (think: those delicious Loaded Nacho Cheeseburgers that were recently added to the menu) for the price of one.

On Saturday, get a Crispy Chicken Sandwich for free with any purchase. Yes, please!

Sunday is all about the breakfast deals. Enjoy a "BO(O)GO" croissant, such as the Maple Bacon Chicken, or a biscuit sandwich (you know you love a classic sausage, egg, and cheese) in a two-for-one deal.

Come Monday, you’ll need your coffee fix and luckily, Wendy’s has you covered with a 99-cent small coffee of your choice, served either hot, cold, or as a Frosty. Did someone say, pumpkin spice Frosty? (Get it while you still can.)

Then on Tuesday (ahem, Halloween), don’t forget to hit up Wendy’s before dressing up as your favorite villain or superhero, to enjoy a free six-piece chicken nugget with any purchase.

These Halloween deals must be redeemed either on Wendy’s website or on the app and aren’t available for delivery but can be picked up and enjoyed.

When you’re in the drive-thru, be sure to also grab your Frosty Boo! Book, a DC-inspired coupon book fully equipped with five Jr. Frosty treats for free. Each book costs only $1 and helps support the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.

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