Did you know Wawa has a secret menu? If not, here’s how to access it

Wawa’s secret menu items


Wawa is right on time for the summer by extending their secret menu.  

Known for its variety of subs -- or hoagies to the super fans -- Wawa is aiming to brighten your summer with a new colorful assortment of food and drink items. We’re talking tie-dyed bagels, lemonades, iced teas and more.  

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Remember when Skittles challenged candy lovers to taste the rainbow? Well, Wawa may have one-upped the candy brand with this summer menu.


If you haven’t figured it out yet, here’s how to access the secret menu. You must click on the goose icon on the touch screen kiosk inside Wawa that's typically used for ordering food and drinks. It's located on the bottom left-hand corner.

From there, a new screen will pop up containing the new menu items.

The secret menu debuted in April, a day after “Wawa Day” to celebrate the convenience store’s 54 years of business. The store decided to keep the menu going with changes debuting Monday, June 11.


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