Will Buffalo Wild Wings Get Red Lobster’d By All-You-Can Eat Deal? America Thinks So

Will Buffalo Wild Wings Get Red Lobster’d By All-You-Can Eat Deal? America Thinks So

Is Buffalo Wild Wings about to make a fatal mistake with its new $19.99 all-you-can-eat chunks and fries deal? 

That’s the concern on social media where consumers are still dealing with the news that Red Lobster’s all-you-can-eat shrimp deal was such a hit that it’s being credited with damaging the company and helping it enter bankruptcy. 

While Red Lobster made the all-you-can-eat shrimp a fixture on its permanent menu, Buffalo Wild Wings has placed Monday & Wednesday dine-in (for a limited time) rules in place as a protection. 

And you can’t share! 

Also, please note the deal is for one per, per order. In other words, this isn’t aimed at American families attempting to bankrupt the franchise. 

Clearly knowing Americans are always up for an all-you-can-eat challenge, the Buffalo Wild Wings social media team added a “pls don’t bankrupt us,” message on a recent Instagram post

Even with all the protections in place, social media believes this won’t end well. 

According to a 2023 Statista chart, 30% of Americans said they eat chicken nuggets at least once a month or less. A whopping 54% of Americans say they eat chicken nuggets several times a month to almost every day. 

Based on the current to-go menu prices at a Buffalo Wild Wings in Ohio, 10 boneless wings will cost you $14. If you bundle in an order of fries, the bill goes up to $15. 

How many chunks could you eat beyond 10 with all the breading BWW is using? Could you do another five? 10? 

America, if you’re going to bankrupt another chain, you better be ready to do work. 

Are you concerned for Buffalo Wild Wings? What’s about to happen here?

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