Attention all Wendy’s aficionados: Free chicken nuggets are on the way.
The fast-food chain announced on Twitter that it would be offering free spicy and crispy chicken nuggets at every one of its drive-thrus.
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“No purchase necessary, not a single string attached,” the brand said in its tweet.
While lockdowns and stay-at-home orders have prohibited Americans from eating at restaurants, many have still offered drive-thru and delivery services to customers amid the pandemic.
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Panera Bread, another national restaurant chain, began offering grocery services to customers in April. Food delivery services, such as DoorDash and Uber Eats, began have also offered contact-less delivery during the pandemic.
In March, Krispy Kreme began offering a free dozen of its glazed doughnuts to health workers every Monday until National Nurses Week, which runs May 6 through 12.