Saucy, meaty, and super cheap, chicken wings make for a devilishly delicious snack or meal. We've collated some of Brisbane's cheapest chicken wing deals for you.
The only thing better than cheap chicken wings is free chicken wings, and you can get them every Friday afternoon at Southbank Beer Garden (30ba Stanley Street Plaza, South Brisbane). Start the weekend right with free honey soy, BBQ and buffalo wings between 4-6pm.
Here's a reason to pick up that loose change you find on the ground! Every Wednesday, El Camino Cantino offers their saucy chicken wings for 10c apiece with a beer, wine, margarita or large soft drink order. A limit of 20 per drink order applies.
And while Hello Harry is more well known for their huge American burgers, they also offer 25c wings on Wednesday. Choose from BBQ or hot sauce.
Chicken wings make for a delicious - if messy - bar snack, and at these bars, you can get your fix for less than the cost of a Bunnings sausage.
At Hellbound (697 Brunswick Street, New Farm), the only thing hotter than the hot wings are the flames of Hell! Grab one - or a less spicy variety - for 50c every Wednesday.
Bucking the Wednesday night trend is The Defiant Duck (3/84 Longland Street, Newstead), with their Saturday night special. Get 50c wings with every drink purchase, at a minimum of 10 and a maximum of 20 per drink.
Still in the 'small change' price bracket is Hudson Corner (10 Albion Road, Albion), serving their $1 wings at lunch and dinner every - you guessed it - Wednesday. Grab some original buffalo or Hudson BBQ and wash it down with a discount beer, compliments of Hudson Corners accompanying drink
When a handful of wings just won't cut it, these 24 packs will curb those cravings.
Super Combo (20 King Street, Bowen Hills) offers their Crispy Kickin Wings in one and two-dozen packs. At $12.59 for 12 and 24 for $22, that's about a buck a wing. Grab some with super seasoning, BBQ sauce, or salt and vinegar.
Wing Fury at Clayfield (2/256 Junction Road) is a fan favourite amongst Brisbane wing aficionados, and their $31 for 24 wings deal is deliciously economic. Varieties include crispy Korean, chilli lime, and sticky Vietnamese.
Can't have wings without beer? Check out the Wingman Deal at Archive Bar (100 Boundary Road, West End); a kilo of wings and 2 schooners of Stone and Wood Pacific Ale for $25.
Southbank's Junk Bar (Shop 11-12 Little Stanley Street) gives customers 2 hours to eat as many wings as they can handle. This promotion runs every Wednesday and is $18 per person, with kids under 10 eating free.
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