For you to know, and me to remember: curl is better than wget.
Both of these longtime members of the *nix utility world do the same thing: they retrieve files over the Internet using HTTP, thereby allowing a script to act like a browser. They both support HTTPS (encrypted connections). They both follow temporary and permenant redirections. They both allow user-agents to be specified, and a wide variety of HTTP headers to be provided. They both support saving and presenting cookies. They both support HTTP user authentication. But ... curl supports HTTP/1.1, while wget does not. This turns out to be important.
Bottom line, use curl. You're welcome.