7-Eleven wants to know your favourite wing flavour. (7-Eleven)

What kind of chicken wings do Canadians love the most? 7-Eleven is going to find out

Naked Pub-Style Wings or Dressed Wings?

7-Eleven is celebrating the upcoming National Wing Weekend (July 27-29) with a poll to find out Canada’s top chicken wing.

The contenders? The simple and classic Naked Pub-Style Wings or awesome sauced Dressed Wings.

Voting ends July 29, and every vote enters you for a chance to celebrate in style with a free wing delivery worth up to $25.

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Winners who do not fall in a delivery area will receive a $25 7-Eleven gift card.

You can find out more about the contest and vote at 7-Eleven.ca/nationalwingweekend.


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