Buffalo Wild Wings Promises You’ll Get Your Wings in 15 Minutes or Less or It’s Free

Casual dining chain wants to be a work lunch hotspot

15 minutes or it’s free offer applies Monday through Friday between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. for groups of six people or less.

Eating out for lunch can be stressful, with long wait times and sometimes rushing back to the office before your hour is up. Buffalo Wild Wings is looking to take some of that edge off by promising dine-in customers their lunch order in no more than 15 minutes or it’s free.

“We want to prove to our guests that they can get the Buffalo Wild Wings experience they have come to know and love within the limited time they have for a traditional lunch break,” Todd Kronebusch, vice president of food and beverage for Buffalo Wild Wings, said in a statement. “Our standard was already to deliver Fast Break meals within 15 minutes, but the new guarantee adds a promise to our guests, and some fun, friendly competition.”

The 15 minutes begins as soon as servers leave the table after the customer places their order. If their meal is not served in 15 minutes or less, the meal and fountain drink are free, according to CNBC.

Now for the fine print: The guarantee applies for dine-in customers Monday through Friday between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., for groups of six people or less at nearly 900 participating Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants.


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