Every March, over 60 college basketball teams are matched in a nationwide tournament. March Madness has been a tradition since 1908, during which people from around the country assemble their “brackets,” make bets, and root for their favorite teams. In 2019 March Madness had a total of 10.5 million viewers. This time last year, COVID-19 hurtled us all into quarantine and stopped the highly anticipated tournament in its tracks. This year, however, the tournament continues with a reduced bracket of 20 teams in a battle to the top. Companies like Wendy’s are matching the excitement by offering free food for your socially-distanced March Madness viewing.
Get a free biscuit March 18–20
Wendy’s is offering free honey butter chicken biscuits during breakfast hours from March 18–20. There is no online coupon or promotional code needed to get your free biscuit, and no additional purchase is required. Simply go to Wendy’s between 6:30 am and 10:30 am to order.
Carl Loredo, U.S. Chief Marketing Officer for The Wendy’s Company told KSNW-TV, “As an NCAA sponsor and the Official Breakfast of March Madness, we share the excitement for the return of the biggest basketball event of the year and are living out our sponsorship name by kicking off the tournament with a delicious Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit deal nationwide.”
Every customer is allowed one free honey butter chicken biscuit per day while supplies last. The offer is not available for delivery orders, but Wendy’s and Uber eats have a solution for your delivery needs.
Get free delivery with Uber for your order
Wendy’s has teamed up with Uber Eats to offer free delivery for orders from Wendy’s of ten dollars or more. The deal started on March 14 and continues through April 6. Even if you miss the free biscuit deal, you can save on delivery when ordering your Wendy’s March Madness meal.