Buffalo Wild Wings Offering Free Wings If Super Bowl Goes Overtime

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Should the Kansas City Chiefs and Philadelphia Eagles go to overtime on Sunday, well, of course, it means an opportunity to eat more.

But Buffalo Wild Wings, affectionately known as BW3, will make certain you do.

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It’s true, as the chain restaurant intends to offer everyone in the country a free order of six boneless wings if the Chiefs and Eagles are tied at the end of regulation, the company announced.

Free Wings For All?

As an added bonus, you don’t need to make any sort of purchase to win the wings. You only need to head to the restaurant — as the offer is only good for in-person dining or in-person carryout.

The game will be held Sunday, Feb. 12, in Glendale, Arizona. For the record, only one Super Bowl has ever gone into overtime — when Tom Brady and the New England Patriots rallied to defeat the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI.

In the event this one follows suit, customers can pick up their free wings anytime between 4-7 p.m. local time at any Buffalo Wild Wings, nationwide.

Surely, fans of BW3 are rooting for all this to happen. Employees of BW3? Well, that’s probably a different game altogether. Can you imagine how much chicken they are going to make? INSANE! Bold move too, similar to when Bud Light decided to give out all that free beer.

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