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St Louis 1/2 price wings ALL Day now on Tuesdays. Until Aug 29

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St Louis 1/2 price wings ALL Day now on Tuesdays. Until Aug 29

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should make it easier to avoid the big crowds, Atrium in Toronto would get crazy at dinner time with long waits


1/2 PRICE* WINGS ALL DAY! EVERY TUESDAY UNTIL AUGUST 29TH!

*Taxes extra. Only available with the purchase of a large beverage. While supplies last, valid at participating locations only. Dine in only. See server for details.
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Dec 19, 2015
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Hasn't it always been half off on Tuesday at this place for the longest time? Doesn't seem like anything special
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Are their wings still good?
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SumYungGai wrote: Hasn't it always been half off on Tuesday at this place for the longest time? Doesn't seem like anything special
was evenings only. 5pm onwards. Now it is all day.
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Their wings has never been good. Always puny and overcooked
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At half price you are still not really getting much value for your money. I went with my son a few months back and two pops and 3 pounds of wings still cost $30, would have been around $50 at regular price. That is too much for wings and fries.
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So now you can have it at lunch on a Tuesday instead of dinner. That makes it a better deal?
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TransporterSD wrote: Are their wings still good?
MJISGOAT wrote: Their wings has never been good. Always puny and overcooked
Agreed. Their wings and ribs are not very good. I'd look elsewhere for wings, even if it does cost you more
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Yea the 50% off wings isn't that much special since you have to buy a drink.
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aquariaguy wrote: Yea the 50% off wings isn't that much special since you have to buy a drink.
I'd honestly like to know of a place in Toronto that does 50% off chicken wings WITHOUT requiring a drink? So far I can't find any... Makes sense they'd want to pad their loss leader a bit.
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Costco, a KG (that is 2.2lbs) for $9. season them the way you want and bake. then pack for lunch. Now that is a better deal and I do not need an overpriced drink. Better yet, get the drink from Costco too.

SOOO much better (Costco wings are good sized, not the biggest but better than most places). I'm actually making them this weekend, a nice dry rub and a saucy one.
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Scorpiate wrote: Costco, a KG (that is 2.2lbs) for $9. season them the way you want and bake. then pack for lunch. Now that is a better deal and I do not need an overpriced drink. Better yet, get the drink from Costco too.

SOOO much better (Costco wings are good sized, not the biggest but better than most places). I'm actually making them this weekend, a nice dry rub and a saucy one.
Because you have to make them. To some, not having to bake and eat off the tray to avoid dishes is worth going out.
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I spend way too much at St louis, I really don't care for their wings at all. Their poutine is amazing and USED to be part of their 1/2 price appetizer menu. Wednesday they have the $5 burger which is good!
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may try it out tonight, how much would it approx cost for two?
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sprung wrote: I'd honestly like to know of a place in Toronto that does 50% off chicken wings WITHOUT requiring a drink? So far I can't find any... Makes sense they'd want to pad their loss leader a bit.
Thats why I said its not too much of a special deal. If you were to go during a regular "day", you get more wings and a glass of water comes out to about the same.
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sprung wrote: I'd honestly like to know of a place in Toronto that does 50% off chicken wings WITHOUT requiring a drink? So far I can't find any... Makes sense they'd want to pad their loss leader a bit.
Only place I know of is Buffalo wings on Tues and Thurs. Wings are 65 cents each and no drinks purchase required from what I remembered. Havnt been since last fall so dunno if it changed.
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SumYungGai wrote: Only place I know of is Buffalo wings on Tues and Thurs. Wings are 65 cents each and no drinks purchase required from what I remembered. Havnt been since last fall so dunno if it changed.
Dang. Mississauga, Woodbridge, and Oakville are 'closest' to downtown Toronto

http://www.buffalowildwings.com/en-CA/locations/
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chevyz07 wrote: Because you have to make them. To some, not having to bake and eat off the tray to avoid dishes is worth going out.
Guess you don't like saving money like a true RFD'er. I was just offering a better option.
5 min prep 40 min bake ... not a big deal to cook... and ever hear of a dishwasher?

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