If your wallet needs a breather after the holiday rush, Wendy's has an offer you won't want to miss. Louisiana Wendy’s is celebrating National Bacon Day by offering a great deal on one of its popular menu items.

From December 30th through January 2nd, customers can delight in the mouthwatering goodness of a Jr. Bacon Cheeseburger for an unbelievable price — just a single penny. This fan-favorite burger is packed with a juicy beef patty, flavorful applewood smoked bacon, melted American cheese, crisp lettuce, ripe tomato, and a dollop of creamy mayo.

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How to get a burger for a penny:

To grab this deal, patrons can conveniently place their orders either through the Wendy’s app or online. However, it’s important to note that the one-cent deal does come with a requirement: the purchase of an additional menu item. Additionally, this promotion is only valid at participating Wendy’s locations.

For Wendy’s enthusiasts eager to sink their teeth into this delicious bargain, the Jr. Bacon Cheeseburger special can be found within the 'offers' section of their rewards account.

It’s a simple way to celebrate National Bacon Day with a tasty treat from Wendy’s!

Amid post-holiday expenses, everyone is seeking ways to save a buck. With this in mind, Wendy’s has rolled out an offer that’s a real money-saver. As the holiday season winds down and budgets tighten, this deal on the Jr. Bacon Cheeseburger for just a penny serves as a much-needed relief, allowing folks to indulge without breaking the bank.

The limited-time offer aims to make this special day even more memorable, providing an accessible and flavorsome treat for all who wish to join in the celebration.

Whether ordering through the app or visiting a nearby Wendy’s location, this one-cent deal on the Jr. Bacon Cheeseburger is sure to add an extra sizzle to the National Bacon Day festivities.

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