National Chicken Wing Day 2019: Deals from Buffalo Wild Wings, Hooters and more

National Chicken Wing Day 2019 Deals

You can get them hot or mild, barbecued or Buffalo-ed, and on Monday many restaurants will be celebrating wings on National Chicken Wings Day.

Chicken wings have become an American classic with a 55-year history as an appetizer. The tasty treats are believed to have been created by Teressa Bellissimo, owner of the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York, in 1964.

The story goes that Bellissimo was asked by her son to make a snack for his friends and she decided to fry some wings then toss them with butter and hot sauce. They were a hit, were added to the Anchor Bar menu and has spread to thousands of menus across the country.

Below are a few deals on wings that will be offered on Monday.

(Note: Not every restaurant in a chain may be honoring the deals, so be sure to check with local restaurants to confirm which deals are available before you go. Most offers are dine-in only and can’t be used with any other discount or coupons. Prices may vary with location.) 

  • Buffalo Wild Wings: Get a free snack-sized order of wings Monday with the purchase of any small, medium or large order of wings (boneless or traditional). Dine-in orders only.
  • East Coast Wings + Grill: Get 75¢ bone-in wings and 65¢ boneless wings all day on Monday.
  • Fionn McCool's: All you can eat wings for $20 from 4 p.m. as long as supplies last. No to-go boxes.
  • Hooters: Hooters is offering all you can eat wings for $15.99 per person at participating locations. Dine-in only.
  • Pluckers: Get 75 cent bone-in wings with a minimum of 10 wings ordered. Celery and dressing are extra. Dine-in only.
  • Wings 'N More: Wings 'N More is offering wings for 70 cents all day at participating restaurants.
  • Wingstop: Wingstop offers five free wings (boneless or classic) with any wing purchase on National Chicken Wing Day. You can use the promo code 5REEWINGS. For purchases on National Chicken Wings Day, Wingstop will donate $1 per transaction, up to $100,000, back to local communities through Wingstop Charities.