Here’s how you can get Wendy’s new Classic Chicken Sandwich for free

The promo runs from October 26th until November 8th

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Wendy’s new Classic Chicken Sandwich was officially made available last week, and if you haven’t tried it yet, we’ve got good news for you.

The fast food chain announced on Monday that it’s giving out one free Classic Chicken Sandwich with any order made through its mobile app or in-restaurant starting October 26th until November 8th. The deal is not a one-time offering, as chicken sandwich lovers can claim up to two sandwiches throughout the duration of the promo ― one this week and another one next week.

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According to Wendy’s, its new Classic Chicken Sandwich is “crispier, juicier and so packed with flavor that, upon first taste, it’ll be an instant classic.” The revamped menu item features a premium all-white meat chicken breast with a crispy breading, layered with mayo, a slice of tomato, lettuce, and pickles, all placed between a warm, premium toasted bun. Pricing for the new Classic Chicken Sandwich starts at $4.99, though it may vary based on location.

“We can’t wait for our fans to get their hands on the new Classic Chicken Sandwich which has the perfect crunch from breading and pickles, paired with the juiciness and flavor of the fillet,” said Carl Loredo, chief marketing officer for The Wendy’s Company, in a statement announcing the newly-improved menu item on October 22nd.

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Aside from the Classic Chicken Sandwich, all premium chicken fillets across Wendy’s chicken sandwich lineup were also replaced with the new-and-improved Classic fillet. Fan-favorites Bacon Jalapeno Chicken Sandwich and Asiago Ranch Chicken Club, as well as the new Pretzel Bacon Pub Chicken Sandwich, will all feature the new Classic fillet. Meanwhile, Wendy’s premium grilled fillet and trademark spicy chicken remain as staples on the menu.

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Source: Thrillist