A brand new year means a brand new you, right? Sure, you may want to shed a few pounds or develop a more well-balanced diet, but don’t speak too soon. Although 2017 is just beginning, Sonic is on a mission to fill our bellies with carbs and greasy goodness. For the entire first month of the new year, the fast-food joint is serving $1.00 Chili Cheese Coneys. Not only are they cheap, but they are also yet another delicious temptation that’s going to ruin everyone’s New Year’s resolutions.
Kiss your New Year’s resolutions goodbye
If a healthier diet is part of your long list of New Year’s resolutions, then you can kiss that dream goodbye. Now, to ring in a brand new year, Sonic is selling $1 Chili Cheese Coneys for the entire month of January.
As if cannabis enthusiasts aren’t tempted by delicious munchies enough already, Sonic decides to seduce everyone with chili cheese hotdogs. Not to mention, they’re completely affordable, which makes them ten times harder to resist.
In December, Sonic added the Chili Cheese Coneys to their happy hour menu. It must have been a success because now they are keeping them around for another 31 days.
Christmas may be over, but that doesn’t mean the season of giving is too. If you think about it, Sonic is helping you out by saving you money, which most everyone needs to do after spending a ton of it on gifts last year.
The Chili Cheese Coneys, in particular, are made with grilled beef hot dogs which rest in a soft bakery bun. Moreover, they come with warm chili and gooey cheddar cheese on top. Are you drooling yet?
Hello, Chili Cheese Coneys
Although eating healthy may be hard to do this new year, saving money won’t be too much of a challenge. Typically, Sonic sells their Chili Cheese Coneys for about two bucks, depending on the location.
Thanks to Sonic serving up delicious $1 coneys, you can put that extra dollar towards your bud. After all, which is worse, being dankrupt or getting a little bit of heartburn while enjoying a tasty treat?
According to Sara Skirboll, shopping and trends expert at RetailMeNot, roughly 63 percent of Americans spent an average expenditure of $143 on decorations, food, and parties this past New Year’s Eve. Not to mention, Christmas was just over a week ago, which also emptied everyone’s pockets.
Rather than starting off this brand new year in debt, restaurants like Sonic are going to help everyone keep cash in their wallets, even if it’s only just a dollar. According to the fast-food restaurant, no coupon is necessary to purchase the coneys, but you may want to mention the deal just in case.
There is a five-dog limit per person, but who says you can’t travel to multiple locations?