The time limited special offers the brand’s signature fried chicken with a poured over hot honey sauce. We’re hearing that the two piece (bone-in) with a side and biscuit is retailing for $5. A 3 piece should also set you back $6.50 and a combo $7.50. Obviously prices are subject to change based on location.
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Image credit, Popeye’s
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