We all know that supposedly breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I’m not really sure I buy that as I’m a huge lunch fan. But regardless the fine people at Wendy’s have decided that they feel breakfast is pretty darn important.
How important? So important that they are literally giving you a perfect excuse to roll through one of their drive-thrus on your way to work or before you start working from home and grab some breakfast before you start your day.
It is being reported by Chewboom, and we all know how much those guys love their breakfast, that Wendy’s is offering quite the deal. You will be able to get two, count em’, two breakfast sandwiches for the low cost of four bucks. That’s probably less then you spend on your morning coffee at Starbucks.
Yes, I know coffee is really important. But so is breakfast. And with this deal it’s kind of hard to pass up.
Get any two of these three Wendy’s sandwiches for just $4.
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There are three breakfast sandwiches that are part of the promotion. They include the popular Sausage, Egg and Swiss Croissant, the even more popular Bacon, Egg and Swiss Croissant and not to be left out is the Honey Butter Chicken Biscuit.
Pretty good selection for just $4, you gotta admit.
Now, you need to know this is a in-restaurant promotion only, so no apps or online. You physically have to go to a Wendy’s to get this deal. I know, after the 2020 we all had, that’s a bit odd to say. And obviously this promotion is only for a limited time so get it while you can.
Breakfast for $4. What will the world think of next?
What do you have to say Guilty Eats Nation? Will you be taking advantage of this Wendy’s promotion? Or are you not a breakfast person? Leave a comment below and let us know or join the conversation on our Twitter and Facebook pages.