Hurry up! This weekend is your last chance to get a cheap breakfast sandwich at Wendy's

Hurry up! This weekend is your last chance to get a cheap breakfast sandwich at Wendy's

The pandemic changed almost all areas of life and, probably, one of the few good things was being able to sleep late and have a quiet breakfast at home. This may be why, now that normal life seems to be returning,  Wendy’s 'wants to incentivize you to leave your house early by helping you save on breakfast.  If you like Honey Butter Chicken Biscuits you only have two days left to get them for cheap!

The arrival of spring and the vaccine that is available to all adults were already good reasons to make you start the day with a smile, but a much cheaper breakfast sandwich will probably be an even better excuse to jump out of bed.

 

It's been nearly an entire year since Wendy's launched its improved national breakfast menu and became the winner in the competition to bring back customers during the time after the lockdown. How can you get a delicious and cheap breakfast today and tomorrow?

After teasing clients on its Twitter account, Wendy’s announced at the beginning of April that it was cutting the price of one of its breakfast sandwiches for a whole month.

The promotion has been a long one, but tomorrow, Sunday, May 2, is the last day for customers to enjoy discounted prices for the fast-food chain's Honey Butter Chicken Biscuits.

During breakfast hours at participating Wendy's restaurants nationwide, today and tomorrow, customers will only be charged only $1.99 for each Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit that they order.

Honey Butter Chicken Biscuits are normally somewhere around $ 3,19, so that’s almost double the price you’ll be able to get them for now.

The breakfast sandwich is made up of a savory chicken filet and maple honey butter between biscuit buns, and if you haven't tried it yet this is a great chance to do so.

The promotion will only be available for two more days, so you’d better hurry over to your local store before it's too late.

 

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