Spicy Guacamole Chicken Club from Wendy’s Available Today Nationwide

The Spicy Guacamole Chicken Club from Wendy’s (mentioned last week spotted early in Pittsburgh) is now available at all Wendy’s locations.

The Spicy Guacamole Chicken Club starts with Wendy’s original Spicy Chicken whole fillet that gets its kick from Wendy’s own special blend of seven spices, and brings extra heat with a slice of all-natural pepper jack cheese. To balance the heat, add a zesty ranch sauce and creamy, natural guacamole.  And, what’s a club sandwich without bacon?   Wendy’s thick-cut applewood smoked bacon, a full slice of tomato and crisp, hand-leafed lettuce, all on a buttered, toasted bun.

Consumers who live on the mild side can substitute the Spicy Chicken Fillet for the Homestyle breaded Chicken Fillet or Ultimate Chicken Grill, because like all of Wendy’s sandwiches, the Spicy Chicken Guacamole Club is made to order.

16 comments on “Spicy Guacamole Chicken Club from Wendy’s Available Today Nationwide

  1. Jeff says:

    Knowing Wendys, too much

    • Ryan says:

      $5.49 for the sandwich alone at my local Wendy’s. Absurd.

      • Jeff says:

        After Wendy’s and Arby’s “merged” they both got ridiculous on their entree prices, hovering at between 5 and 6 dollars for signature sandwiches. Yet, even though they’ve split, they’ve maintained the practice. And I cannot find a Wendy’s anywhere with anything for 99 cents on the super value menu. At least Arby’s has a true dollar menu. It’s madness.

        • Bill says:

          In Harrisonburg Virginia they have a huge .99 cent menu. 13 items on it. Don’t know if that’s different than other Wendy’s or not.

  2. Griff says:

    Ill buy my own ingredients and make my own =D

  3. Chris says:

    Was going to order this but the combo came out to $8.47 after tax. I had second thoughts and cancelled my order.

    Seriously, that’s Quizno’s territory and I never went back there after having to break a $20 one time.

    Thankfully there is a Cookout location in my town and it’s an awesome value. $4.70 for a good burger, two sides, and a large drink!

    • Raiders757 says:

      Damn, your lucky. I can “cook out” on the grill on my own, but for some odd reason I’ve been wanting a Cookout to open near me for quite some time now. I’ve heard noting but great things about them. They’ve moved in on the Richmond, Va. area, so I can only hope it won’t be long before they open in the Williamsburg and Hampton Roads area.

    • Jeff says:

      One thing I miss about my small hometown of Asheboro NC is the Cookout there. 3.99 for a Cookout tray, 80 cents to upgrade the huge tea to a milkshake. 4.79 plus tax for an entree, two sides, and a milkshake cannot be beaten anywhere. Strip tray with cajun fries, nuggets, and a chocolate shake! Yummmm. Charleston desperately needs a Cookout

  4. Lylat says:

    $5.39-Sandwich

    $7.49-Meal Here in Newark,NJ

    That’s way to damn much but knowing me i would probably buy it again…

  5. Bill says:

    4.79 and 6.79 around here.

  6. Art says:

    It was an awesome sandwich even if it was a little pricey

  7. Christian says:

    If I eat out (fast food) maybe 5 times, one of those will be Wendy’s to get one of their more expensive entrees, and the other 4 will be off of other’s dollar menus. Their chicken sandwiches are EXCELLENT, and it’s nice every once in awhile to get a sandwich that is better quality and incredibly tasty. I’m going today to get one of these.

  8. Roger C. says:

    We don’t have them here in Michigan.

  9. Lindsay says:

    It looks good, I will have to look at the Iowa pricing. I’m guessing in the $4-5 range. I love the addition of guac but it pains me when the skyrocket the price of small additions to regular sammies.

  10. Mike N says:

    “We’re going to need 100 veggie burritos!”

    “No guac in mine”

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