How to Prepare for the Big Game with TGI Friday’s #TGIFGameDay #CollectiveBias

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The Big Game – you know which one I’m talking about (!!!) is a day to be celebrated; whether you’re a football fan or not. It’s a day filled with excitement, friendly rivalry and let’s not forget food. How do you prepare for the Big Game? Do you spend all day coming up with an elaborate menu and preparing it? That’s just no fun, especially when you could be spending it watching the game – not playing hostess.

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Enter TGI Friday’s

I’m going to share a little secret with you. Don’t feel like you have to keep this secret to yourself though, share it with friends and everyone you meet – they’ll be thankful. See TGI Friday’s has everything you need to feed those hungry guys and gals and to give you time to enjoy the Big Game (and/or the commercials.) Even better, you don’t have to go to the restaurant to pick up the food, you can head right to your neighborhood Walmart like I did.

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That’s right ladies and gents, TGI Friday’s (i.e. your magic ticket) is in the freezer section at Walmart. That brings me to what I’m so excited to show you. How to prepare for the Big Game with TGI Friday’s  and a platter filled with goodies in the form of T.G.I. Friday’s Frozen Chicken Wings with Honey BBQ Sauce and Loaded Cheddar & Bacon Potato Skins. Are you drooling yet?!

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How to Prepare for the Big Game with TGI Friday’s

First things first – I made a cute little platter to serve our T.G.I. Friday’s Frozen Chicken Wings with Honey BBQ Sauce and Loaded Cheddar & Bacon Potato Skins. Since all of my friends are on an avocado kick I spread guacamole on a long tray for the field. I laid out the wings and Potato Skins in some bare spots, filled in some spots with string cheese and the rest with pretzels. It’s a snack tray to please any sports fan.

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In about 30 minutes you’ll have growling bellies satisfied and have time to spend with your company. Sounds like a win-win situation to me – how about you?

How do you prepare for the Big Game?

Get pumped because there’s an upcoming T.G.I. Friday’s demo happening at Walmart stores January 30 – February 2! That’s something you wont want to miss! Check with your store to see if the demo will be there.

Comments

  1. Leandrea says

    I love loaded baked potatoes! It’s so nice to prepare for the big football game with prepackaged food. There is time for things like cleaning when the food details are all taken care of for you!

  2. Emily says

    I prepare by putting on our team shirts (even if they aren’t in the super bowl) and cutting lots of fresh veggies for us to munch on! Looks like you will have fun game day!