Buffalo Wild Wings offers free wings after Super Bowl overtime. When can you get them?

Buffalo Wild Wings is celebrating post-Super Bowl with free wings for all.

Earlier this month, the fast casual chicken chain promised fans free wings if the big game between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers went into overtime — and that’s what happened Sunday, Feb.11.

Customers can receive a free six-piece traditional or boneless wings Monday, Feb. 26, at participating Buffalo Wild Wings restaurants from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. local time, the restaurant said.

No additional purchase is necessary.

The offer is valid on dine-in and takeout orders only and is limited to one per customer, according to Buffalo Wild Wings. Delivery and call-in orders are excluded.

Sunday’s game required extra time on the clock after the two teams were tied, and it ended with the Chiefs beating the 49ers 25-22. It’s the first time the Super Bowl has gone into overtime since 2017, according to the Los Angeles Times.

Find your nearest Buffalo Wild Wings here.

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