July 6th is hashtag National Fried Chicken Day and the only day of the year when you can eat this food of the gods without any of the nutritional downside. Go nuts, my friends, you owe it to yourselves. Its also the only day of the year when food chains offer succulent deals on fried chicken offerings.
Check out some of the deals to note below.
$10 buys you six chicken pieces, nine tenders, 12 hot wings, or a bucket full of popcorn nuggets. Also, get a free upgrade to a lemonade when you purchase any chicken sandwich combo.
10 chicken nuggets for $1.69.
If you’re in New York City or Los Angeles today, you can stop by participating Popeyes locations to get drumsticks for only $0.24 each. Locations will also be open for 24 hours.
$1 Buffalo Ranch Crispy Chicken. Someone try this, I need to know if it’s legit.
For those of you in Chicago, the fried chicken sandwich purveyor is giving away free chicken sandwiches with a monetary contribution to the Greater Chicago Food Depository.
ATTN residents of Austin, Texas: Cedar Park and Round Rock locations are offering $5 off a family value meal.
Two pieces of original or spicy bone-in chicken, two sides, and the brand’s signature honey butter biscuits for $5 at participating locations.
To celebrate the holiday and to support 4-year-old “President” Austin Perine and his mission to #Showlove, Church’s Chicken will donate $1 for everyone who posts an image of their fried chicken on social media and tags @Churchs and uses any of these hashtags: #ShowLove #Churchschicken #NationalFriedChickenDay [via Uproxx]
The Philly chain is offering a limited edition BBQ fried chicken sandwich featuring a “fried chicken breast, BBQ sauce, summer slaw, and cheddar cheese on a Martin’s potato roll.”
All four NYC locations are selling the OG Fried Chicken Sandwich and the Nashville Hot Chicken Sandwich from their Lil Sweet Chick location at Citi Field for $10.
Free sandwich with customers buy a zesty hand-breaded chicken sandwich and a drink.
If you guys know of any deals I missed, drop them in the comments.