Wendy’s Frosty Key Tags Return: Enjoy a Year of Free Frosties for Just $3 (Fun Stocking Stuffer Idea!)
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Play tag with Wendy’s and catch FREE Frosties for a whole year!
Through February 14th or while supplies last, Wendy’s has brought back its Frosty Key Tag fundraiser in honor of National Adoption Month. Not only do these Frosty Tags support a great cause, but they make sweet stocking stuffers, too!
You can purchase a Frosty Key Tag for just $3 and use it to claim one FREE Jr. Frosty with any purchase through the end of 2024.
Note that this offer is valid for one use per order with any purchase until 12/31/2024. It resets every hour after being claimed, so you could be looking at a whole lot of Frosties in 2024! Plus with a Frosty Jr. typically costing around $2, this keychain will more than pay for itself in just two uses!
Grab a 2023 Frosty Key Tag for $3!
To get your Wendy’s Frosty Key Tag, just ask to add it when placing an order at the restaurant, or purchase one online or through the Wendy’s app. If you get your Frosty Key Tag through the app, you’ll have the option to purchase a physical tag for your keyring, or a digital tag for use in the app.
When it comes time to start claiming your free Jr. Frosties, it couldn’t be easier! Just place your order and swipe your physical Ket Tag at any participating Wendy’s restaurant, or apply the mobile offer in your app (if you opted for the digital Key Tag).
These make for an inexpensive way to treat yourself to a little something when that sweet tooth hits, plus they’d make a great stocking stuffer this Christmas!
This campaign supports the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption and the nonprofit’s commitment to finding permanent homes for children in foster care. Ninety percent of every $3 Frosty Key Tag sold will benefit the Foundation.
Need a lot of Frosty Key Tags? You can buy them in bulk on the Dave Thomas Foundation’s website.