Buffalo Wild Wings And Activision Team Up For Call of Duty: WWII Double XP Promotion

Members of the restaurant chain’s Blazin’ Rewards program can score double XP codes.

In the past, Activision has teamed up with various restaurant chains and food product companies to help promote its new games, and it looks like Call of Duty: WWII won’t be any different. For a limited time, patrons of the Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant chain can score special codes that grant double XP for Call of Duty: WWII’s multiplayer mode.

According to a press release from Activision, those who are part of Buffalo Wild Wings’ Blazin’ Rewards program can earn the double XP codes by redeeming their accumulated rewards points, with each code costing 50 points per. Since you can earn 50 points just for signing up for the free program and filling out its included ‘Interests’ questionnaire, that means you can get at least one code without even having to visit a Buffalo Wild Wings establishment.

Call of Duty: WWII launches tomorrow for consoles and PC, so if you’re sitting on any Blazin’ Rewards points, now you have the perfect new item to spend them on.