White Castle Offers Summer Deals On Chicken Rings And Share-A-Meals, Makes New Eight-Piece Birthday Cake On-A-Stick Available


White Castle is welcoming summer by once again offering deal-icious prices on its popular chicken rings and Share-A-Meal #8 at participating locations.

For a limited time, the chain is running a national promotion where you can get a 12-piece pack of chicken rings for $2.99 ($3.99 in New York/New Jersey) or a 20-piece order for only $5.79 ($6.49 in New York/New Jersey).

White Castle’s Chicken Rings are made with tender, juicy all-white meat chicken, lightly breaded, and deep fried until golden and crispy, and pair particularly well with the brand’s special ranch, barbeque, and honey mustard dipping sauces.

As mentioned above, this year’s summer promotion also includes savings on the chain’s Share-A-Meal #8, which includes 10 Original Sliders, a 20-piece pack of chicken rings and a sack of fries, all for $14.99 ($15.99 in New York/New Jersey).

In addition to these summertime deals, White Castle is continuing its 100th anniversary celebration with the introduction of its new 8-piece Birthday Cake On-A-Stick.

White Castle new 8-Piece Birthday Cake On-A-Stick
8-Piece Birthday Cake On-A-Stick

The Birthday Cake On-A-Stick consists of a vanilla cake base covered with white frosting, and topped with blue, white and orange sprinkles.

Additionally, White Castle is giving fans the chance to win thousands of prices, including the grand prize of $100,000 in cash by entering the Time Machine Sweepstakes at WhiteCastleTimeMachine.com. The Time Machine Sweepstakes, which will run through July 11, 2021, allows restaurant and retail customers to explore the brand’s past, present and future.

It’s worth noting that while no purchase is necessary to play or win, every White Castle purchase offers a chance to win the $100,000 grand prize. This includes purchases made in-restaurant and at the grocery freezer aisle.


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