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Buffalo Wild Wings Is Celebrating the Olympics With Glitter-Covered Wings

Who doesn’t want to go for gold during the Olympics? Even though we’re not professional athletes, we know we can’t resist that signature shine and sparkle. Thanks to Buffalo Wild Wings, we can get a little taste of that gold — literally! — without ever setting foot on the ice skating rink or the ski slopes.

Throughout the month of February, Buffalo Wild Wings is celebrating the Olympics by topping their famous chicken wings with sparkles. (Yes, you read that right.) The edible pieces of glitter are made from a tasteless sugar topping, so they can be added to any set of wings you order — without affecting the taste of your favorite sauce. The best part? The glitter pieces are completely free. All you have to do to get the sparkles is to tell your waitress or waiter to “bling my wings.”

Affectionally dubbed “Wing Bling,” this offer is available in restaurants only and can be added to either traditional or boneless wings. Considering the Winter Olympics just kicked off, we’re willing to bet a lot of people will be at Buffalo Wild Wings to celebrate one of the biggest sporting events of the year — and they’ll want to see some extra shine! Whether you’re a fan of sports or not, it’s hard not to be a fan of adding a little more sparkle to your everyday life.

But you better hurry if you want these glittery wings; the tasty treats will only be available this month while supplies last. And the race to get these beautiful wings is a race you don’t want to lose!

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h/t Delish

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