National Chicken Wing Day 2017: Deals from Buffalo Wild Wings, Applebee’s, Hooters and more

It was hot dogs a couple of weeks ago, and a few days before that it was ice cream. Saturday we can all celebrate the chicken wing on National Chicken Wing Day.

Check out these deals on wings -- boneless and otherwise. Remember, some deals may not be offered at all locations. 

Applebees: Order a full order of Double Crunch Bone-in Wings or Boneless Wings for $5.25 each. They are normally $10. Flavors include Classic, Hot Buffalo, Honey BBQ, Spicy Sweet Asian Chile and Thai Peanut. The deal is for dine-in only.

BJ's: BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse is offering a half-off wings deal on Saturday when you spend $9.95. Get the coupon from BJ's website to get this deal.

Buffalo Wild WingsGet half price wings at participating restaurants. Get small boneless wings and fries for $9.99; small traditional wings and fries for $12.99. 

Chuck E Cheese: You can get $1 off orders of small chicken wings and small Buffalo wings.

Hooters: Hooters is offering 10 free smoked wings with the purchase of any 10 wings on Saturday when you dine in.    

Hurricane Grill & Wings: Get $1 wings when ordering in quantities of 5, 10, 15 or 20. You can also get a free beer or soda with a $20 purchase. 

KFC: You can share either nine Extra Crispy tenders, six pieces of chicken, Popcorn Nuggets, or 12 Hot Wings for $10.

Krystal: Krystal is offering The Crowd Pleaser, which includes 10 wings, for $19.99

P.J. Whelihan’s Pub and Restaurants: Get endless wings for $15.99 Saturday.

Texas Steakhouse and Saloon: Get 50 Wings for $25. Take out only. Two hours advance notice required.

Quaker Steak & Lube: Get an order of the new Bangin’ Drums for $7.49.

Wingstop: Get five boneless wings free with any wing purchase Saturday from 11 a.m.-5 p.m. at all Wingstop locations – dine-in, to-go, and online. 

Wing Zone: Wing Zone has a Buffalo chicken sandwich and potato wedges for $6.99 or 100 wings for $59.99.

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