KFC is adding an iconic chicken dish to its menu: wings.
The fast-food chain announced Thursday it is rolling out Kentucky Fried Wings, available four ways: classic (no sauce), Nashville Hot, Buffalo or Honey BBQ.
The wings start at $5 for six, going all the way up to 48 wings for $36.99.
To encourage chicken lovers to snatch up some KFC wings, the chain is offering free delivery on orders of $12 or more through Nov. 24. Customers can order delivery through KFC’s website and through delivery apps Grubhub and Seamless.
As KFC notes, Americans really like chicken wings. Earlier this year, the National Chicken Council projected Americans would eat more than 1.3 billion chicken wings – just during the Super Bowl.
KFC is the latest chicken-centric fast-food chain to expand its menu. Over the summer, Popeyes sent chicken lovers into a frenzy with its first nationwide chicken sandwich. Meanwhile, Chick-fil-A added macaroni and cheese to its menu.