Wendy’s Is Giving Out Free Fries on Friday in Honor of Taylor Swift’s '1989' Re-Release

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On Oct. 27, Wendy's is getting in the Swiftie spirit with the app-only deal

<p>Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty; Michael Neelon Food / Alamy</p> Wendy’s Has Free Fries in Honor of Taylor Swift’s 1989 Re-release

Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty; Michael Neelon Food / Alamy

Wendy’s Has Free Fries in Honor of Taylor Swift’s 1989 Re-release

Wendy’s latest deal is one in your wildest dreams.

In honor of Taylor Swift’s re-release of her pop album 1989 on Friday, the fast food chain is offering customers free fries.

On Oct. 27, Swifties and Wendy’s fans alike can snag any size of the brand’s fries as long as they purchase a Frosty in size small (or larger) in the app.

Swift announced the re-release date of her first Grammy-winning pop album at her final Los Angeles Eras Tour show.

"To be perfectly honest, this is my most FAVORITE re-record I've ever done because the 5 From the Vault tracks are so insane," she wrote on Instagram following the show. "I can't believe they were ever left behind. But not for long!"

Related: Wendy’s Is Offering Free Chicken Nuggets and Free Chicken Sandwiches for Halloween

<p>Fast Food Tourist / Alamy</p> Wendy’s Has Free Fries in Honor of Taylor Swift’s 1989 Re-release

Fast Food Tourist / Alamy

Wendy’s Has Free Fries in Honor of Taylor Swift’s 1989 Re-release

Amid her budding romance with Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce, Swift recently had her own viral food moment.

Late last month when she watched one of his game’s from an athletic suite, eagle-eyed fans were able to catch a glimpse of what food and drinks she enjoyed while watching the on-field action with Kelce’s mother, Donna Kelce.

In a photo swirling around social media, Swift posed next to a plate of chicken tenders, ketchup and what appeared to be ranch.

A popular X account called @tswifterastour, re-shared the photo with the caption, “Taylor Swift was eating a piece of chicken with ketchup and seemingly ranch!”

The post, which has garnered over 25 million views, sparked hilarious internet buzz from fans and food brands alike. The official KFC X account commented, “Our Ranch Queen,” while Hidden Valley Ranch has since changed its X name to “Seemingly Ranch.”

Wendy's deals don't end with just those inspired by Swift. Starting Oct. 27 through Oct. 31 the fast food chain is offering several goodies for "you and your boo"  – from freebies to buy-one-get-one-free options. The only catch is they must exclusively be ordered on the app or website — not in-store.

Kicking off the Halloween lineup on Friday, Oct. 27 is the BOGO deal on the chain’s premium sandwiches, which includes the new loaded nacho cheeseburger.

The fun deal on Saturday, Oct. 28 is a free crispy chicken sandwich with any purchase, while the Oct. 29 offering is a BOGO croissant or biscuit sandwich.

Wendy’s deal the day before Halloween will satisfy coffee lovers' cravings. On Oct. 30, snag any small coffee for 99 cents.

The fast food chain’s final deal, which will be available the day of Halloween on Tuesday, Oct. 31, does not disappoint. Their 6-piece chicken nuggets are free with any purchase.

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