Fort Greene, New York

Veterans Day Special at Buffalo Wild Wings!Fort Greene, Brooklyn, New York

Valid from November 11, 2017 to November 11, 2017
Veterans Day Special at Buffalo Wild Wings!, Brooklyn, New York

To honor all active and retired armed forces, Buffalo Wild Wings will offer a Free Small Boneless or Traditional Wings with Fries for dine-in on Saturday, November 11- ALL DAY!

Terms and conditions:

At participating locations only. Offer valid for one small order of traditional or boneless wings and a side of fries. Dine-in only on November 11, 2017. No-substitutions, upgrades, or add-ones. Beverages, taxes and gratuity not included. Must present acceptable proof of military service which includes: permanent or temporary US military ID cards, a DD 214, veteran's card, a photograph of yourself in military uniform, or dine-in at a participating location in uniform.

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