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Wendy's adds mammoth 50-piece chicken nugget 'party pack' to menu: 'Satisfying our fans' cravings'

There’s no party like a Nugg Party.

All chicken nugget fans will want to make their way over to Wendy’s to get their hands on their new Nuggs Party Pack, a 50-count pack of chicken nuggets for $15.

As of May 8, customers can get the Nuggs Party Pack in spicy or regular nationwide, and the goodies will continue to roll out to more Wendy’s restaurants in the US.

Though the 50-count pack is widely available, Wendy’s launched a website to help customers locate their nearest Nuggs Party Pack.

To develop the site, the brand partnered with Rashiq Zahid, the developer behind McBroken, a website that shows if an McDonald’s ice cream machine is broken at any location.

WendysNuggParty.com is an interactive, real-time chicken nugget locator to show the closest participating Wendy’s selling the Nuggs Party Pack.

To celebrate, the fast-food chain is offering a “Wendy’s Wednesday” treat: fans can get a free six-piece nuggets every week with any purchase using the offer in the Wendy’s app that day.

They are also giving $3 off any purchase of $15 or more using the nuggets offer in the Wendy’s app.

“I’ve always been a big fan of Wendy’s but had no idea they offered a party-sized version of their nuggs at such a good price,” Zahid said in a statement. “I think more people should know about the Nuggs Party Pack, which is why I created the Nuggs Party website in collaboration with Wendy’s. I know fans are going to love it!”

“With exclusive deals and even bigger ways to Nugg, our Nuggs Party Pack and Wendy’s Wednesdays are all about satisfying our fans’ cravings,” added Lindsay Radkoski, US chief marketing officer for Wendy’s.

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