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McDonald’s Testing Wing Pricing

McDonald’s is testing lower pricing for its Mighty Wings bone-in chicken wings and not just consumer interest in its test of the item in Chicago.

The wings test that began last July in Atlanta moved to Chicago this week with a tweak in pricing. According to a GrubGrade report last summer, in Atlanta the wings were priced at $3.29 for a 3-piece pack, $4.99 for a 5-piece and $8.99 for 10 wings, with a 5-piece meal with fries and drink at $6.29. In Chicago, McDonald’s is pricing the 3-wings pack a bit lower, at $2.99. The 5-piece option also gets notched down to $4.79. The 10-piece serving stays at $8.99.

McDonald’s, based in suburban Chicago, has tested a number of items there recently. These include the Steak & Egg Burrito (at right, offered now) and recently departed McWraps.

1 comment to McDonald’s Testing Wing Pricing

  • john

    The thing that gets me about the price of wings is that not too long ago they were something to throw away. Now you want to sell them for a dollar a piece. What a ripoff.

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