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Text for FREE Fries at Wendy’s!

*Update: Some readers have found that this deal is only working in the Mississippi area. Let us know if it works for you!

Free Fries? Yes please!  I love fries. Any fries from anywhere. But I especially love Wendy’s fries. :) Have you tried their new natural cut fries?  Do you like their new natural cut fries better than their old ones?  If you have yet to try them or would like to try them just one more time – here is a great deal for you:

  • Text FRIES to 81229
  • Within a few minutes, you’ll receive a text back with your unique coupon.
  • You will have seven days to use the code before it expires.
  • Standard messaging rates do apply.

Looking for a few other meal deals from Wendy’s?  You can view a the complete list of Wendy’s text coupons here.

Thanks, My Real Burgers

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21 thoughts on “Text for FREE Fries at Wendy’s!”

  1. Paul Volpe says:

    This was a local mobile campaign test for stores in MS, picked up on by a blogger that did not investigate whether or not the offer was local or national, then spread across sites like this one. Be careful of what you see on the internet, inaccuracies spread faster than facts.

  2. Starr Himmel says:

    It works in the St. Louis, Mo area

  3. Betsy Busch says:

    I don’t think Ducky meant anything bad. For younger people “gay” may be an acceptable slang word, but older people who had to struggle for acceptance for so long and were subjected to massive abuse for being different, “gay” has much more meaning. While most folks would never think twice about using it as slang, a dear friend of mine pointed out to me that it feels hurtful and demeaning to have part of his identity used like that. I hope that eventually everyone can learn to use other words to express themselves that don’t exclude or belittle anyone. I know that such slang isn’t meant to be taken that way, but it can be, so avoiding it altogether and educating others would be wonderful.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I live in south Mississippi and it worked for me.

  5. This really sux…store locator states only offer only available in Mississippi.

  6. Anonymous says:

    I live in metro-Atlanta and it worked for me! Thank you!

  7. Kara Bennett says:

    lame i got the same message about not being available in my area. maybe this catch should have been written on the main post so i wouldnt have subscribed to these texts :(

    • Anonymous says:

      We are sorry. We didn’t realize this when we posted the deal. To stop receiving texts simply text, STOP to the same number

  8. Diana Stone says:

    I never even received a reply to my text LOL.

  9. kim says:

    Yeah, I tried to use the store locator and it said only stores in Mississippi were participating.

    • Anonymous says:

      Same.

      “Participating Local Stores are currently limited to the greater Mississippi area.”

  10. Anonymous says:

    What exactly are ‘natural cut’ fries? Aren’t ALL fries ‘natural cut’? Is there such a thing as ‘unnatural cut’ fries?

  11. Dooo I need a smart phone or data for this? or just the code they texted me?

  12. Does this work at every Wendys

    • LD says:

      I used the sites’s store finder and it said only valid in the Minneapolis area.

      • Ducky says:

        Talk about gay. I read this after I sent the message. I’m now saddened. I wanted fries. :(

        • Ah Gwai says:

          What does gayness/homosexuality have to do with not being able to get in on free fries?

          • Betsy Busch says:

            I don’t think Ducky meant anything bad. For younger people “gay” may be an acceptable slang word, but older people who had to struggle for acceptance for so long and were subjected to massive abuse for being different, “gay” has much more meaning. While most folks would never think twice about using it as slang, a dear friend of mine pointed out to me that it feels hurtful and demeaning to have part of his identity used like that. I hope that eventually everyone can learn to use other words to express themselves that don’t exclude or belittle anyone. I know that such slang isn’t meant to be taken that way, but it can be, so avoiding it altogether and educating others would be wonderful.

        • Imona Budget says:

          WHOA!!!!! Come on now….