Industry News | April 1, 2014

Wienerschnitzel Cuts Prices on Chili Dogs for Tax Season

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Wienerschnitzel, the world’s largest hot dog chain, is cutting back the price of its Chili Dogs to just 99 cents for limited time only. Back by popular demand for the fourth year, this deal is available at participating locations through April 27.

“Wienerschnitzel has always been a place our guests can depend on for a one-of-a-kind Chili Dog at a great everyday value,” says Tom Amberger, vice president of marketing. “We chose to introduce this promotion in April to give our loyal fans a price break on our most popular menu item during the sometimes stressful tax season.”

The guest-favorite Chili Dog, which made its debut on the original menu in 1961, is a grilled hot dog smothered with Wienerschnitzel’s signature chili—a recipe so secret it’s locked up in a vault—and served in a steamed hot dog bun. Cheese and tax is extra.

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