Fast-food chicken chain Popeyes has had a helluva year. Their massively viral chicken sandwich, launched in late August, started the Great Chicken Sandwich War of 2019, with the restaurant duking it out on Twitter with hometown giant Chick-fil-A and even Wendy’s. Thousands scrambled to taste the allegedly life-changing sandwich, causing massive lines and sell-outs across the country alongside a media firestorm.
Now that the sandwich hype has settled, Popeyes is teaming up with meal delivery service Uber Eats and Atlanta rap trio Migos to launch a fun campaign just in time for the holidays. Beginning December 6, fans across the country (and in Canada) can hop onto Uber Eats and pick one of four Migos-themed meals, each varying in price and size.
According to a press release from Uber Eats, Popeyes chicken has been among the items listed in Migos’s tour rider, a.k.a. the various items and services artists require while on the road. So the largest meal is the aptly named “Tour Rider,” which includes 20 chicken tenders, a large order of mashed potatoes and gravy, two large fries, five biscuits, seven sauces, and a gallon of lemonade for $46.99.
The other three meals are named after each member of Migos—Offset’s includes eight pieces of mixed bone-in chicken, a large fry, a large order of mashed potatoes with gravy, and four biscuits ($21.99). Quavo’s features two of the infamous chicken sandwiches (fitting, as the rapper jokingly posted about selling sandwiches for $1,000 each on Instagram back in August), two regular fries, a regular order of mashed potatoes with gravy, two apple pies, and two small drinks ($17.99). And Takeoff’s features five tenders, two sauces, a regular order of mashed potatoes, two biscuits, and an apple pie.
The promotion ends just after the holidays on January 2, so the deals are perfect for combating season-induced stress. Here’s hoping it’s easier to get a hold of them than the formerly elusive sandwich.