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Wendy's offers free burgers with purchases for rest of September

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Where's the free beef? Waiting for you at Wendy's pending a few simple steps.

For the rest of September, Wendy's is offering a free Dave's Single burger with any purchase.

So where do you sign up? First, download the Wendy's app where you can customize an order ahead of time and pay from your phone.

Second, that's it! After downloading the app you can now make a purchase and receive a Dave's Single free of charge every day for the remainder of the month.

So if you're in the mood for a frosty, you might as well throw in a free burger along with that.

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