Established in Buffalo, N.Y., back in 1977 by former Mayor Stanley Makowski, National Chicken Wing Day was created after the invention of the spicy chicken wing recipe at the Anchor Bar, a local restaurant largely considered the pioneer of this delectable cuisine.
Fortunately, you don’t have to live in Buffalo to take part in National Chicken Wing Day 2018. Whether you like them sweet, hot and spicy or mild, you can get some of the best chicken wing deals no matter where you are on July 29.
How to Get Deals on Wings for National Wing Day
The following restaurants are offering chicken wing specials of all kinds — take them up on their offers. Here are some of the best discounts, freebies and coupons for National Chicken Wing Day 2018:
- Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza: The Florida-based chain is giving customers a chance to win free chicken wings for a year.
- Big City Wings: If you’re in the Texas area, stop by your nearest Big City Wings and enjoy 70-cent wings all day long.
- East Coast Wings + Grill: Rewards members get 50-cent wings. If you’re not a rewards member, you can sign up for free by visiting any location.
- Hooters: Buy any 10 wings, get 10 boneless wings free.
- Jake Melnick’s: Named the “top chicken wing spot in the U.S.” by the “Today” show, Jake Melnick’s is offering 50 percent off chicken wings from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on July 29.
- Madison Social: Another Florida-based restaurant, Madison Social is offering customers all-you-can-eat chicken wings.
- Native Grill and Wings: Stop by any location and get 10-cent wings.
- Taco Mac: Enjoy half-priced wings all day long at your nearest Taco Mac location.
- WingHouse Bar + Grill: Buy 10 wings on National Chicken Wing Day and get five free.
- Wingstop: As one of America’s favorite chicken wing destinations, Wingstop is offering five bone-in or five boneless wings with any wing order.
If chicken is what you’re after, these restaurants have you covered. National Chicken Wing Day is July 29, and there’s no reason to pay full price for one of America’s favorite handheld foods.
Taylor Bell contributed to the reporting for this article.