Chicken tenders aren’t anything to be joked about. So, when we say Applebee’s is offering an all-you-can-eat chicken tenders deal, and you won’t want to miss out — we mean it.
For a limited time, participating Applebee’s locations are offering endless rounds of chicken tenders served with coleslaw and fries for $12.99. If tenders aren’t your thing — I feel sorry for you — you can also get endless orders of riblets with coleslaw and fries for the same price.
And if you can’t decide between ribs or chicken tenders, you can switch between the two with each order within the limited-time offer, as well.
According to a press release, Applebee’s has decided to offer up this incredible deal because riblets and chicken tenders are two of their most beloved menu items.
“The best part about this deal is that seconds are guaranteed, thirds and fourths are too,” said Joel Yashinsky, chief marketing officer at Applebee’s, in a press release. “Just order, eat and repeat and repeat again.”
The deal gets a little sweeter considering they’ve turned this into a bit of a friendly competition. Given how seriously folks feel about riblets vs. chicken tenders, Applebee’s is asking you to choose a side and show your allegiance online.
They launched this campaign to promote Team Riblets and Team Chicken Tenders:
By showing which team you align with using #TeamRiblets or #TeamTenders along with #Sweeps or #Sweepstakes on Twitter or Instagram by July 31, you’ll automatically be entered to win a VIP Team Card for a year’s worth of free riblets or chicken tenders and gear to represent each squad. A total of 20 winners will be chosen.
In the meantime, you can take advantage of the all-you-can-eat deal to help you make up your mind. Are you Team Riblets or Team Tenders? Let your taste buds decide.
Which side do you take in that epic debate?
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