With the Super Bowl nearly here, several restaurants are offering freebies to customers, depending on the outcome of the game. And because wings are a traditional favorite during the Super Bowl, these restaurants are offering promotions to get them for free.

Buffalo Wild Wings

Fans of Buffalo Wild Wings  will want to hope for a close game because if the Super Bowl goes into overtime, everyone in the U.S. and Canada is getting free wings from the restaurant. Patrons can pick up their free wings on Feb. 17 from 4 to 7 p.m. local time.

The promotion is good for one free order of boneless or traditional snack-sized or 5/6 count of chicken wings, depending on location. The promotion is only available for dine-in orders and has a limit of one free order per customer while supplies last.

Hooters

Hooters is also offering free wings for the Super Bowl if the game goes into overtime. But the restaurant chain is giving them out as soon as the game goes into overtime. Customers will get six free wings in any of Hooters seven styles, tossed in any of its 15 sauces or five dry rubs on the spot.

According to Hooters, all consumers have to do is show up at one of its restaurants on Feb. 2 and hope the game goes into overtime. The offer is only valid for dine-in orders, and one offer is available per person while supplies last.

Applebees

For families that like to eat at Applebees, free wings are also being offered on Super Bowl Sunday. Customers can place an order with the restaurant on its website or app for home delivery. During checkout, use the promo code FREEWINGS and the first 40,000 customers will receive 40 free wings with their delivery order.

To ensure an order qualifies for the free wing deal, it must be valued at over $40 before taxes and fees. The free wings include Applebees Classic Boneless Wings tossed in Classic Hot Buffalo sauce.

Applebees is also offering an all you can eat wing special for $12.99 for dine-in customers.

Buffalo Wings Fried and baked buffalo wings are a key ingredient for Super Bowl parties. Photo: Getty Images