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Wendy’s: Get free drink – any size – for breakfast

Good morning! Thirsty bargain-hunters can start the year – and morning – off right at Wendy’s.

Thanks to a new special offer, customers may sip on the drink of their choice at no cost, while enjoying breakfast at the fast-food restaurant, which has locations throughout Miami-South Florida

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From Jan. 10 to Feb. 20, get a FREE drink of your choice with the purchase of any Wendy’s breakfast sandwich.

The offer includes all beverages on the menu and in any size. From Frosty-ccinos to Dave’s Craft lemonades to soft drinks – it’s all FREE. (The giveaway excludes any bottled or prepacked beverages.) 

The thirst-quenching offer is available in-restaurant or via the Wendy’s app. However, it’s only available during breakfast hours — usually from 6:30 a.m. t0 10:30 a.m. However, hours vary by location. 

Find out how to always save money at Wendy’s with insider tips from our parent site, Living On The Cheap. 

This article originally appeared on Living On The Cheap, and is used here with permission. 

NOTE: Not all locations offer the same national promotions. As a result, price and participation may vary. It’s always wise to call ahead for verification in your area. We strive to keep up with “limited-time offers,” but deals may end without notice.

Free food bonus with purchase every Friday in January

Happy Fry-day! Fry fans can start the weekend at Wendy’s with a bonus offer every Friday in January.

The fast-food chain is spotlighting its Hot & Crispy Fries with a weekly special for fry fans. Customers who purchase a medium fry will score a bonus via an in-app offer. Find the details by clicking here

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