Wendy’s Introduces a $3 Breakfast Combo Deal — Plus a New Sausage Breakfast Burrito Joins the Menu

The new combo includes small seasoned potatoes and your choice of either a bacon or sausage, egg and cheese English Muffin



Wendy's breakfast combo

Breakfast is the name of the game at Wendy’s!

On Monday, May 20, the fast food chain announced a new combo deal. For just $3, customers can snag seasoned potatoes with either a bacon or sausage, egg and cheese English muffin.

The new offer is available at participating Wendy’s locations during breakfast hours.

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Wendy's Sausage Breakfast Burrito

The latest combo deal is part of the company’s effort to “level up” its “breakfast game," per a release.

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As part of their focus on mornings, Wendy's also unveiled the new Sausage Breakfast Burrito — available now — which consists of a grilled sausage patty, eggs, seasoned breakfast potatoes, American cheese and cheese sauce. The hefty menu item is wrapped in a tortilla and served with two Cholula Original Hot Sauce packets.

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Back in January, the fast food giant welcomed a bacon-charged breakfast burrito. Each burrito combines two eggs, six strips of bacon (which is the same amount as the Baconator), breakfast potatoes, American cheese slices and Swiss cheese sauce in a tortilla.

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In the past year, Wendy’s has released additional breakfast items, including the Frosty Cream Cold Brew and a Cinnabon Pull-Apart.

In August, 2023, they introduced two English Muffin egg sandwiches that rival the McDonald's McMuffin, after working on the sandwiches for a year and a half.

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