National Day of the Chicken Pavilion: Where to find the best deals on July 29

July 29 is the role of chickens on a national food holiday.

Thanks to the town of Buffalo, New York, National Chicken Wing Day has been on the calendar since the 1970s. Today was dedicated to celebrating the legendary Buffalo Chicken Wings.

Here's what chicken lovers have in store for 2020:

Wingstop hosts a music and dining experience. Wingstop Wing Day features a live broadcast of the 24-hour DJ International Festival, curated by DJ Jazzy Jeff (famously from the Prince of Bel-Air).

Groups of two hours of different artists started at 12:01 EST, and lasted until midnight.

In addition, you can register free suites with the code 5FREEWINGS and any eligible purchase. One dollar of each order will be donated to Wingstop Charities.

Visit wingstopwingday.com to check live music collections from popular DJs from around the world.

Buffalo Wild Wings customers can get 6 free suites when purchasing any size of suite. The offer is only available for dining or by phone order to receive from the local sports bar.

Applebee's BOGO Purchase and Delivery Order. Customers must either make an online purchase at Applebees.com or order through Carside To Go's official mobile app or Applebee's Delivery. Use the WINGDAY code and get two orders of chicken wings, either without bone or bone or each one - all for the same price.

Customers can choose the sauce they choose, including classic hot buffalo, sweet Asian pepper and honey. In addition, each order comes with a side of celery sticks and a ranch sauce.

BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse offers free appetizers, including suites, with any purchase of $ 25 when customers enter the FREEAPP promo code upon payment. The deal is available for take out and delivery through the BJ website and mobile app.

Hooters offers customers taking 10 bone-free suites when purchasing any 10 suites at participating locations.

Also make sure to check your favorite local restaurants to find out the deals on the National Day of the Chicken Pavilion.

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