Wingstop is “requiring a separation” among buyers and their ongoing chicken sandwich decisions by presenting their own particular chicken sandwich cross country. The sandwich, which comes on two toasted buns with pickles, is accessible in the chain’s all’s dozen wing flavors, from lemon pepper to mango habanero.
“The cross country send off of the Wingstop Chicken Sandwich is a valuable chance to carry new visitors to the brand by demonstrating our situation as The Flavor Experts, and prize our current fanbase by putting menu development on all important focal point,” Stacy Peterson, Wingstop’s main income and innovation official, said in a proclamation.
The sandwich costs $5.49, and a combo with a beverage and fries costs $7.99.
The new menu choices come as various cheap food chains have carried out their own chicken sandwiches since a food war started when Popeye’s delivered their own sandwich in 2019. From that point forward, Burger King has sent off its own, and McDonald’s will test its chicken Big Mac in the US this year.
Wingstop said their delivery comes, “in a universe of exhausting breaded sandwiches with simply plain or zesty to browse.”
“Fans will ask to part from their current and tired week by week ‘get-together,'” the chain added.
As a component of the delivery, Wingstop said individuals can compose a separation letter to their ongoing chicken sandwich on ChickenSandwichSplit.com. The initial 100,000 fans to “make their split authority” before Sept. 5 will get a code for a free chicken sandwich.