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Here’s How to Get a Year’s Worth of Unlimited Wendy’s Frostys for $2

December 2, 2016, 8:26 PM UTC
A Wendy's Co. Restaurant Ahead Of Earnings Figures
An employee hands a customer their order at the drive-thru window of a Wendy's Co. restaurant in Peoria, Illinois, U.S., on Monday, Feb. 2, 2015. Wendy's Co. is scheduled to report fourth-quarter 2014 earnings on Feb. 3. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Loosen up your pants: Wendy’s is offering a year’s worth of unlimited Frostys for a one-time payment of $2.

That is, customers can buy a $2 key tag to present each time they eat at Wendy’s in 2017 to get a free Jr. Frosty. They’re only eligible for the free Frosty if they present the tag when paying for another menu item. The key tags are on sale now until the end of January at most Wendy’s stores, which you can find here.

Wendy’s has run this promotion before, though it was for $1. But like the previous year, Wendy’s will donate 85% of tag purchases to the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, an organization that helps foster children to find permanent homes.

No, the tag doesn’t apply to full-sized Frostys—the junior size is around 6 ounces or half the size of a small Frosty—but it is still a sweet treat for a good cause. Plus, now you have an excuse to try their new Spicy Sriracha Chicken Sandwich will all Sriracha everything.