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November 17, 2011
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What You'll Get
Buffalo is the only word that, without conjugation, represents all major parts of speech: noun, proper noun, verb, and sauce. Ace ambrosial English exams with today's Groupon to Wingstop in Watsonville. Choose between the following options:
- For $4, you get a 10-wing combo meal (an $8.99 value).
- For $12, you get a 35-wing family pack with sides (a $24.99 value).
Having already served more than one billion buffalo wings, Wingstop perpetuates its fast-growing poultry franchise by freshly frying wings and smothering them in nine succulent sauces. The taste-bud-tickling menu provides a variety of edibles for filling stomachs’ chicken-shaped holes, including made-to-order wings tossed with tastes including Hawaiian, teriyaki, and hickory-smoked barbecue. The savory aroma of the 35-piece family pack fills a minivan or oversize Flexible Flyer with wafts of wings, swathed in as many as three sauce flavors and accompanied by two dips (ranch, blue cheese, or honey mustard). Cold, crispy veggie sticks settle over-spiced tongues, and the large basket of fresh-cut fries provides an appetizing arrangement of fresh-cut tuber blossoms. The 10-wing combo sates individual eaters with up to two flavors and one dip, fries, a 20-ounce drink, and a semi-permanent saucy moustache.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 17, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Since 1994, Wingstop's franchise locations—more than 600 currently operating or in the works—have cooked up and served more than 2 billion wings, and amassed a considerable following. Whether regular or boneless, these modern-day game-day staples come in one of the shop's 10 signature flavors: Louisiana rub and hickory-smoked barbecue have a classic spicy kick, whereas tanginess prevails in the lemon pepper, Hawaiian, and teriyaki.
Because the wings are always made to order, they derive their heat from their seasonings and their recent stay inside the fryer, rather than from heat lamps or tiny, individual Snuggies. The same amount of care goes into the Wingstop's housemade sides, which range from fries that are cut daily at each shop to the bourbon baked beans. Even the honey mustard, blue cheese, and ranch dipping sauces are mixed onsite.