Want to Rip Up Your Ex's Photo on Valentine's Day? Hooters Will Give You Free Wings!

Yes, it's possible to trade chocolate and flowers for wings

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For all the singles out there without a special someone, here’s one way to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

Hooters, the popular American restaurant chain, is offering its customers a “buy 10, get 10 free” special of its boneless wings when they show up with a photo of their ex — and rip it to shreds!

“Make this Singles Awareness Day one for the books 💔,” Hooters wrote on its Twitter page, announcing the timely promotion. “Bring in a pic of your ex on February 14, shred it, and get 10 free boneless wings when you buy any 10 wings 🍗.”

Of course, Hooters isn’t the only restaurant offering food specials on Valentine’s Day. Several other restaurants are offering major discounts and promotions so fans can celebrate the holiday on a budget.

Chick-fil-A is offering heart-shaped trays of their signature 30-count Chick-fil-A Nuggets and 10-count Chick-n-Minis in honor of the oft-hated holiday. Because nothing says “I love you” like crispy fried chicken and biscuits, right?

Denny’s allows their rewards members 20 percent off their meal, in-store only, from Feb. 12 to 18, while Jack in the Box gives customers who place an order via Jack in the Box’s mobile app a free five piece churro, cheesecake or regular shake on Feb. 14.

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But no one seems to do it up as much as White Castle.

Each year, the fast food joint holds a special Valentine’s Day dinner at restaurants across the country, complete with table reservations, hostess seating, tableside service and Valentine’s Day decorations.

To participate, reserve a table on OpenTable or by calling White Castle’s regional offices. Customers who can’t experience the dinner can order the Valentine’s Day experience through White Castle’s delivery partners. The first 10 delivery orders at each restaurant will also receive a custom, limited time Love Castle Crave Case.

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