How to Score a Free Frosty at Wendy’s Every Friday in June

A free Frosty is the pick-me-up we all need!

Ready to cool down with a free Wendy’s Frosty? As the weather heats up, Frostys, the chain’s signature frozen dessert, start to look pretty tempting. And now Wendy’s is making a summer cool-down even more enticing by offering Free Frosty Fridays, where customers can get one free small Frosty or Frosty-ccino with a purchase every Friday in June!

How Do I Get a Free Frosty?

Download the Wendy’s app on your phone. You’ll need to buy something else to get the Wendy’s free Frosty—fries are always a good choice, but really, you do you. The app will walk you through ordering, and you can either place an order via mobile or at the drive-thru to get the Wendy’s free Frosty.

You’re entitled to one free small Frosty or Frosty-ccino on Fridays in June 2021. No word on whether or not the new Strawberry Frosty is included. There’s a limit of one offer per customer per visit, and you have to pay any sales tax. The deal’s valid only at participating U.S. locations.

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What Exactly Do I Get?

You can order the standard small Frosty, in chocolate or vanilla. The Frosty is one of Wendy’s five original menu items, and it’s been a huge hit for the chain. In the mid-2000s, Wendy’s restaurants annually served about 300 million Frostys, and in 2019, the chain even briefly offered a birthday-cake flavored Frosty to celebrate its 50th birthday!

Need a bit of a java pick-me-up? Instead of the standard Frosty, you might want to go for the Frosty-ccino, also available in either chocolate or vanilla. A Frosty-ccino takes the famous Frosty mix and swirls it with smooth, cold brew coffee, serving the whole thing over ice.

And if it’s not Friday when you read this, you can whip up a copycat Wendy’s Frosty at home while you wait for the next Free Frosty Friday to come around.

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