All You Can Eat Wings at BW3’s! Say whaaaat!

That’s right folks, not you can go to BW3’s and eat yourself into a coma! Woot! Monday – Friday from 11am-2pm you can get all the wings you can eat for just $9.99 for traditional and $10.99 for boneless. That is actually a pretty rad deal considering 6 traditional wings are unusually $6.49 (don’t quote me).  One of my super secret wing spies (actually it was Zak the guy who shoots and edits our videos) shot this exclusive picture! I confirmed this is true with one of my inside guys at Buffalo Wild Wings (A friend who’s a waiter). I can’t confirm if this is every BW3’s across the country or just here in WI. I like how they...

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BW3’s Blazin Wing Challenge

I’ve wanted to do the Blazin wing challenge for a long time. I’ve had the Blazin wings from time to time, so I knew how painfully hot they are. I also knew that the challenge for me wasn’t going to be the heat from the sauce itself, but rather the amount of time you have; 12 wings in 6 min. 30 Seconds a wing. A brief history about how I eat wings. I don’t eat a lot of wings when we go out. Even if they are the best wings in the whole wide world, I’ll usually only get 6-10 wings depending on the number you have to order. A few friends give me sh*t about it, but I...

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Don’t say I never gave you nothin’. 6 Free wings at BW3’s.

6 Free wings! You can’t pass up some free wings. To get you to try their 4 new sauces their are giving you 6 wings when you buy 6 of their new dry flavors. All you have to do in print the coupon and bring it in. It expires on 5/31 though. Kinda short notice. The new flavors are Salt & Vinegar, Chipotle BBQ, Buffalo, and Desert Heat. Now Chipotle BBQ, and Desert Heat aren’t actually new flavors. They had them availible for a limited time last year and I had a chance to try them then. I wasn’t a real big fan of either flavor personally. If you prefer a dry wing you may be more fond of...

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Traditional or Boneless? (now w/ poll)

As a self proclaimed wing connoisseur, I tend to not really consider boneless wings real legit wings. Which they aren’t of course, they are just a white meat chicken nugget. But lets face it, they are all the rage. Places used to only have traditional wings but most places that have wings give you a choice between the two now. Obviously the appeal of the boneless wing is that it’s easy to eat, and not messy. Most people eat’em with a fork and knife. You also don’t get any of the fat or gristle that can sometimes come along with a traditional wing. So if you’re picky about that stuff they have that appeal as well. I’ve been told...

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