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Here’s What to Order from Wawa’s Secret Menu

You might be surprised by what’s on Wawa’s secret menu—and the ordering tricks that will get you a perfect breakfast on the go!

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Wawa is a one-stop shop for gas, coffee, and food—and people are obsessed with the place! The convenience store has friendly, helpful staff as well as touch-screen computers where you can order food. Now Wawa has a secret menu, too! They rolled it out in honor of their 54th birthday and decided to keep the fun going. Here’s how Wawa’s secret menu works, plus a bunch of cool, insider ordering tricks. Check out these other restaurants you never knew had secret menus.

Rainbow Bagel

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When Wawa rolled out its secret menu in honor of its birthday, the theme was…birthday! Now that summer’s here, the theme is rainbow colors. (Perfect for anyone who loves rainbow sprinkles.) Start with what might be the coolest secret menu item we’ve ever seen: Wawa’s rainbow-hued bagel. To get your hands on one, order at a touch-screen kiosk (where most of the secret stuff resides at Wawa) and click on the trademark Wawa goose.

Colorful Lemonades

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Along with the Rainbow Bagel, Wawa’s secret menu includes a rainbow of lemonade flavors, including strawberry and mango along with the classic citrus. It will all be yours for the taking when you get to Wawa, order at the touch screen and click on the goose. (By the way, Wawa is a Native American word for goose.) Need some lemonade right this very minute? Here are 17 summertime lemonade recipes to quench your thirst.

Siptopia

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For a limited time only (except not in Florida…sorry, Florida), “Siptopoia” means you can get any 16-ounce beverage on the menu, from cold brew coffee to lattes to frozen smoothies, frozen teas, and frozen coffees, for only $ 1.99. Like the rainbow menu items, your ticket to Siptopia is available at the in-store touch-screen kiosk. Frozen hot chocolate craving? You can actually make it at home with this recipe.

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