New $5 Boneless Wing Bash from Popeyes

Popeyes has introduced its latest LTO with the $5 Boneless Wing Bash.  Get site all white meat Boneless Wings marinated in authentic Louisiana seasonings plus a side, buttermilk biscuit and your choice of six dipping sauces  for $5.  Available at participating Popeyes locations through July 31st or while supplies last.$5 Boneless Wing Bash

20 comments on “New $5 Boneless Wing Bash from Popeyes

  1. Alex says:

    Just had these today, and while they’re simply chicken nuggets made from the chicken strips cut into smaller portions, they are fairly fantastic as with all Popeye’s LTOs and a good deal!

  2. Ceej says:

    Arguably the best $5 on fast food I’ve ever spent.

  3. Clay says:

    I have no idea why they refer to these as “boneless wings” when they’re not. I think KFC does the same thing.

    Good to know they’re tasty though, thanks Alex!

    • Bubbsy says:

      I can help you with that – Choosing to name a menu item to convey a concept familiar to the majority of folks, instead of the literal or technical description of the product, is very common, simple, and effective. Restaurants often rely on consumers to have a certain level of social-savvy to know that “boneless wings” is just a product name that conveys a concept, not a technical or anatomical description. I would think it’s more bothersome that a “hot dog” is not a dog at all.

    • Dan says:

      This is an add-on to Bubbsy’s commnet – Just like boneless wings are named as a familiar concept, the riblets at Applebee’s (and possibly other places) aren’t actually taken from met on the rib cage. They are what are called button ribs and they are flat, circular-shaped bones located at the sirloin end of the loin. But everybody knows what riblets are supposed to be, and i’m guessing very few people know what button ribs are.

      • Barnaby says:

        I like when they add “-let” to words for the mini version. I always thought that ‘sliders’ should be called burglets.

  4. Johnnyboy says:

    Finally something new to try and eat! I am glad it’s boneless, because I don’t eat the whole chicken wing like some people, scraping everything off like an animal. It’s disgusting. After I eat my wings, my wife eats it again like an animal. She said, there’s still a lot of meat on that wing…don’t throw it…give it to me. I don’t eat breakfast yet, but this better be good. I wish it came with a soda too, then it’s a steal. They could add a medium soda and make it a deal, but when they do their LTO’s, they always give you a BIG a$$ cup. Am I here to eat the food or fill up on empty sugar carbs? I honestly can share that large soda with me, my wife and 2 small kids. One biga$$ cup of Popeyes soda….not needed unless you wanna upsize. JEEZ, even Taco Bell has those it plastic cups. Sorry for the rant, I am hungry. LOL!

    • Patrick Bateman says:

      You gotta let me know how it feels to be on PCP.

      • Barnaby says:

        Seriously… it’s scary to see what affect drugs have on the mind. They have the ‘Faces of Meth’ series, I would like to see billboards comparing the social media posts from someone before they became incoherent & drug-addled… and after ^

    • Mick says:

      People who eat whole chicken wings are not ‘animals’and it’s not ‘disgusting.’ In some cultures you eat everything because food is a luxury, especially meat. I feel sorry for your wife if you consider her an animal. Try not to be such a pretentious, judgmental jerk.

      • Joe says:

        It actually is kind of disgusting watching people tear at meat right off of the bone… ‘Some cultures’ as you put it are in third world nations where that might be acceptable, but it has no place in a civilized society. Keep it to the trailer park, I certainly don’t want to be dining next to you anytime soon.

        • Barnaby says:

          “blahblah…. it has no place in a civilized society.”
          You’re impotent, aren’t you

        • Cleopatra says:

          Because eating chicken wings with a knife & fork with pinky extended tells everyone how sophisticated you are when you are “dining” at Popeye’s.

        • Johnnyboy says:

          Thank you Joe. At least normal people like us agree. When there are so much meat and food in the US to eat, why do that? In 3rd world countries they may only get 1 wing, we usually get 5+ per person.

          • Barnaby says:

            Funny thing about people who get all upset over things like people eating finger food – wings or hamburgers or pizza – without approved cutlery… you just know they have a miserable life and they can’t figure out why they are lonely.

      • Patrick Bateman on PCP says:

        Well if you have many wings, eat the wings and meat. Don’t crack open the bone and eat it how a dog eats it.

    • sandy says:

      Sounds like quite the charming family.

    • MP says:

      You know, you can bring your own soda. Or order water there.
      Why does everybody think soda + fast food is the only way? Fast food soda usually has very weak carbonation & it never tastes as good as the premixed stuff, plus it’s vastly overpriced.
      Personally I think water cleanses the palette much better & makes the food taste better.
      I’m glad Popeye’s doesn’t force me to buy a soda I don’t want, which I’m told is $1.

      • Johnnyboy says:

        Agree, water is best. Bring a bottle of water whenever I order food. I never drink soda cause of all the sugar carbs, but when I rarely have a fast food meal, I prefer a free soda.

      • Cs says:

        I don’t know why you say it’s not as good as the premixed stuff. A fresh, properly made fountain drink is wayyy better than anything else. The “pre-mixed stuff” is literally just the fountain drinks stored in containers to be consumed later. It’s like comparing prepackaged donuts to fresh donuts.

        In all fairness, poorly maintained fountain machines or improperly mixed fountain drinks are pretty nasty. Places like chick fila take great care of their fountain machines and their sodas always taste amazing.

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