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Buffalo Wild Wings Creates a March Madness® Fan’s Paradise with Two Bold New Sauces and the Ultimate Immersive Experience

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B-Dubs Introduces New Buffalo Ranch and Honey Garlic Sauces and a Chance to Stay Overnight at “BnB-Dubs” Pop-Up.

Buffalo Wild Wings, the Official Sports Bar of March Madness, is bringing the games, the sauces, and the one-of-a-kind experiences just in time for this year’s tournament. Beginning March 1, fans can enjoy two delicious new sauces – Buffalo Ranch and Honey Garlic – AND have a chance to stay at the brand new “BnB-Dubs” March Madness pop-up space.

The limited-edition Buffalo Ranch and Honey Garlic sauces provide two bold flavors to enjoy on wings, sandwiches, or wraps. Buffalo Ranch offers guests a spicy, buttery, and tangy flavor while Honey Garlic is a sweet and savory sauce. With these new combo sauces, Buffalo Wild Wings once again proves it has a sauce or seasoning for every craving with 26 iconic flavors on the menu every day.

March Madness at Buffalo Wild Wings is so good that fans never want to leave the sports bar. And now, two lucky fans won’t have to. BWW is offering one fan and their guest a chance to win an all-inclusive stay at BnB-Dubs during the First Round of March Madness on March 16-17 and tickets to the NCAA Final Four in April.


Located inside a BWW in Houston, Texas, BnB-Dubs is a pop-up space that will impress even the biggest of basketball fans. The lucky winners can indulge in an elite locker room space, themed artwork, banners, trophies, a sauce bar on tap, game-day activities, and, of course, wall-to-wall TVs with multiple games playing at all times to ensure they never miss a moment of the tournament. The BnB-Dubs entry form is open now at and the winner will be chosen on Selection Sunday, March 12.

“Buffalo Wild Wings has always been the best place to watch March Madness, but this year, we have taken it up a notch,” said Tristan Meline, Chief Marketing Officer at Buffalo Wild Wings. “Adding innovative Buffalo Ranch and Honey Garlic flavors to our lineup of signature sauces and offering a once-in-a-lifetime experience for two lucky fans further solidify B-Dubs as the ultimate destination to enjoy the tournament. With wall-to-wall TVs, an extensive beer and cocktail list, and 26 sauces and seasonings, why would fans watch anywhere else?”

To add to the fun, when a March Madness men’s or women’s game goes into overtime this year, America’s largest sports bar will again dish out free boneless wings to Blazin’ Rewards members*. In past years, fans have enjoyed over 700,000 free wings thanks to overtime.

To qualify, Blazin’ Rewards members just need to check in or order via Blazin’ Rewards on the same day a game goes to overtime before the end of regulation. If you’ve checked in or placed an order via Blazin’ Rewards and an NCAA tournament matchup goes to overtime, six free boneless wings will be delivered to your Blazin’ Rewards account the following day. For more information, please visit

*Blazin’ Rewards (“BR”) members who check in or place an order through their BR account on any game day of the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournament between 90 minutes before the start of the first tournament game that day, and the end of regulation play of that day’s last game that goes into overtime (“OT”), will receive a reward for one order of 6 boneless wings if a game that day goes into OT.
Limit one reward per day, regardless of number of OT games. Reward will be added to BR account within 72 hours after qualifying check-in or order. Free wings not eligible for 3rd-party delivery. Redeem reward at participating U.S. locations before 5/3/2023 expiration.
Not valid with other offers (except bundles). Must be logged in/provide phone number to redeem reward. Delivery & service fees apply. Offer subject to BR prog. T&Cs (avail. at

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