Enjoy These National Fried Chicken Day Deals!
By 965koit on July 5, 2018
Friday, July 6 is National Fried Chicken Day!
This is the perfect time to enjoy your favorite chicken dinners while saving BIG! There are plenty of restaurants offering some deals for you to take advantage of.
Check them out!
- Buffalo Wild Wings: Get a head start on National Fried Chicken Day celebrations by heading to Buffalo Wild Wings the day before to take advantage of Boneless Thursdays, during which boneless wings are specially priced all day.
- Burger King: Get 10 chicken nuggets for $1.69, no coupon code required.
- Church’s Chicken: Get an entire half Smokehouse chicken, any regular side and a biscuit for only $5, no coupon needed.
- Del Taco: Join the Raving Fan Club to get two free grilled chicken tacos.
- Domino’s Pizza: With Domino’s Mix and Match coupon, get any two or more chicken entrees for $5.99 each. Choose from crispy bacon and tomato specialty chicken, classic hot buffalo specialty chicken, spicy jalapeno pineapple specialty chicken, sweet BBQ bacon specialty chicken, boneless chicken, hot wings, BBQ wings, plain wings and sweet mango habanero wings.
- Grubhub: Take $10 off your first order of $15 or more when you sign up for Grubhub.
- KFC: You don’t need a coupon to get a Chicken Share at KFC, which includes your choice of nine tenders, six pieces of chicken, a bucket of popcorn nuggets or 12 hot wings for $10.
- Outback Steakhouse: Head to Outback for lunch and get two Aussie chicken tacos or a small Alice Springs chicken quesadilla, plus your choice of soup, signature side salad or one freshly made side for just $8.99.
- Papa Johns: Add your favorite chicken sides — either a six-piece chicken wings or 10-piece chicken poppers — for just $6.99.
- Pizza Hut: Craving chicken pizza? Add chicken as one of your toppings on a large two-topping pizza and get it for just $7.99. This deal is available for online orders only.
- Popeyes: Get five mixed pieces or tenders, two regular sides and two biscuits for just $10. No coupon is needed for this deal.