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Wetzel’s Pretzel is giving away free pretzels Tuesday for National Pretzel Day

Go ahead and start planning your snack foods for Tuesday. Wetzel’s Pretzel nationwide are giving away free “Original” pretzels.

Tuesday may technically be National Pretzel Day, however, Wetzel’s Pretzel is taking advantage of the special day by creating its own “holiday” — National Wetzel Day.

For the second year, Wetzel Pretzel’s is celebrating National Pretzel Day by offering customers a free pretzel simply by visiting their nearest location. Las Vegas is home to four Wetzel’s Pretzels locations.

The free offer includes Wetzel’s “Original” pretzel. However, customers who follow Wetzel’s Pretzel on social media will be given the opportunity to upgrade to a “Pizza Bitz,” which are fresh pretzel bites topped with cheese and pepperoni, the company said in a news release.

Contact Caitlin Lilly at clilly@reviewjournal.com. Follow @caitielilly_ on Twitter.

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