Buffalo Wild Wings Offers March Madness Deals Alongside New ‘Beat The Buffalo’ Competition

Buffalo Wild Wings Unveils March Madness Deals And New ‘Beat The Buffalo’ Competition
Buffalo Wild Wings Offers March Madness Deals And New ‘Beat The Buffalo’ Competition

In a quirky twist to the March Madness frenzy, Buffalo Wild Wings is unleashing its own wild card – a real buffalo named Jack – to pick brackets for both the men’s and women’s tournaments. As the Official Sports Bar of March Madness, Buffalo Wild Wings is inviting fans to take on the challenge of beating Jack’s picks in their “Beat the Buffalo” competition.


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Jack’s completed brackets will be revealed by Buffalo Wild Wings on March 19, 2024 and fans can then submit their own brackets at BeatTheBuffalo.com until noon on Thursday, March 21. Those who manage to outsmart the buffalo will have the chance to win fantastic prizes, including a year’s supply of free wings and tickets to next year’s Final Four.

To sweeten the deal, Buffalo Wild Wings is offering a “BOGO March Madness” deal on Thursday, March 21, where fans can enjoy buy one, get one free boneless wings for dine-in, takeout, or delivery. This offer coincides with the introduction of Buffalo Wild Wings’ new Honey Sriracha sauce and the return of the fan-favorite Honey Garlic sauce.

Additionally, Buffalo Wild Wings is bringing back its popular Overtime Wingtime deal throughout the tournament. When a March Madness game goes into overtime, Blazin’ Rewards members will receive free boneless wings. Members simply need to check in or place an order via Blazin’ Rewards on the same day a game goes to overtime to qualify.

With previous years seeing over two million free wings given away thanks to overtime, this promotion adds another layer of excitement to the already thrilling tournament. Unused Rewards will remain valid for 30 days after the NCAA championship game.

For more information and to participate in the “Beat the Buffalo” competition and other promotions, fans can visit buffalowildwings.com/overtime-wingtime.

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