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Wendy’s: $2 Frosty Key Tag gets free Frosty Jr. throughout 2023

This popular annual offer from Wendy’s definitely won’t leave Frosty fans or bargain hunters in the cold…well, err, maybe just a little frosty.

If you enjoy a little sweet treat with your meal (or just as a snack), you’ll definitely want to snag one of the chain’s highly coveted key tags. The little tag is the key to a year’s worth of cool treats at no cost. A small investment for a big, sweet payoff all year long. 

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Purchase a cool 2023 Frosty Key Tag for just $2 and enjoy a FREE Jr. Frosty with any purchase every time you visit Wendy’s in 2023 at participating locations. All you have to do is flash your key tag at checkout. The offer is limited to one per transaction, per visit, per key tag.

The key tags are available in-restaurant, online and via the app. To purchase tags in bulk online, click here. Even better, the shipping costs are nominal. (For example, the shipping fee for 20 tags is just $2.) 

The tag pays for itself in just two visits. If you frequent Wendy’s often, you’ll definitely enjoy lots of sweet savings before ringing in 2024.

If you took advantage of the cool deal every day of the year, you’d save nearly $500 — given a Jr. Frosty sells for $1.29 at most locations. Price may vary by location and/or market.

It might be wise to buy one for each family member for maximum savings. Even cooler, the proceeds benefit an important cause: Helping kids find a good, loving family to call home. Eighty-five percent of the proceeds from the sale of the tags goes to the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.

The key tag is available from Nov. 21 to Jan. 29, 2023, while supplies last. They often sell out quickly, so don’t wait too long to get one. Otherwise, you really will definitely be left in the cold!

Find out how to always save money at Wendy’s with our insider tips

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