Wendy’s Heats Things Up with New 4-Alarm Spicy Chicken Sandwich

Wendy's Heats Things Up with New 4-Alarm Spicy Chicken SandwichThis spicy chicken fillet is topped with natural Pepper Jack cheese, 4-Alarm Chipotle sauce, Jalapeno pepper slices and tomato

For a limited time only Wendy’s is kicking it up a notch to deliver the 4-Alarm Chicken Sandwich. Building on the popularity of its original Spicy Chicken sandwich, Wendy’s understands that while some like it hot, some like it even hotter, and is proud to issue this latest challenge to spicy food fans everywhere.

Basically, the new sandwich is similar to Wendy’s familiar Spicy Chicken, but the heat has been ratcheted up — in other words, it’s not for the mild of heart. The spicy chicken fillet is topped with natural Pepper Jack cheese, 4-Alarm Chipotle sauce, Jalapeno pepperslices, tomato and romaine lettuce. 

The sandwich is served on fresh artisan bread, baked on-site in your local restaurant’s kitchen.

Each sandwich is made to order with a suggested retail price of $3.99 a la carte and $5.69 if ordered as part of a combo. Combo options include a beverage and one side, such as French fries, chili, baked potato, side salad or side Caesar salad. Trust me, you’ll want the beverage!

The new 4-Alarm Spicy Chicken Sandwich is a limited time offering, available now through 4/29 (check your local store for exact dates).

Wendy'sWendy’s International, Inc. is one of the world’s largest restaurant operating and franchising companies with more than 9,900 total restaurants and five quality brands, including Wendy’s Old Fashioned Hamburgers, Tim Hortons, Baja Fresh Mexican Grill, Cafe Express and Pasta Pomodoro. For more information, visit www.wendys.com.

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