Lover Of Wendy's Frosties? You Can Now Get Them For 50 Cents!
Frosty fans, get ready for a summer treat!
For a limited time, Wendy’s Frosties will be available for 50 cents at participating locations. During the dog days of summer, there is no easier way to perk up your spirits than by purchasing a tasty, cold treat for less than a dollar.
There is no limit to the number of chocolate and vanilla Frosties you can buy, according to Brand Eating, so stop in and pick a few. Surprise the family with these refreshing treats when you come home from work. Put a smile on your coworkers’ faces by coming back from lunch break with some Frosties to get them through the day.
However, the deal gets even better than that!
In addition to the 50-cent Frosties, Wendy’s is also launching a promotion with Major League Baseball and MLB.com. For those of you who enjoy both baseball and Wendy’s Frosties, the co-promotion is offering 34,000 lucky fans the opportunity to enjoy a free MLB.TV premium subscription for the rest of the 2016 regular season.
Interested participants need to take a photo of themselves enjoying a Frosty. Wendy’s wants to see how customers enjoy their Frosties; so feel free to take a picture at a Wendy’s restaurant with your friends, take a walk with your treat, eat it outside, or dunk some fries into it.
Next, participants need to post a photo on their public Twitter or Instagram accounts with the hashtag #50centFrostyMLB. Private social media accounts and current MLB.TV subscribers are not eligible for the promotion, according to the official promotion guidelines.
Within 24 to 48 hours after the photo has been uploaded on the @wendysmlb Instagram account or the @mlbtv Twitter account, participating baseball and Frosty fans will receive a direct message with instructions to activate the MLB.TV premium subscription.
The redemption period ends on August 31 -- or while supplies last -- and the MLB.TV subscription is valid until October 2. The contest is open to legal residents of the United States who are 18 years of age or older, so younger participants may need to ask a parent or guardian to participate and take a photo with them.