Chick Fil A – get a coupon for Free Breakfast on New Year’s!

Make any purchase on January 1, and get a free chicken biscuit on your next visit. See the details here.

In case you don’t feel like cooking tonight…

Happy Labor Day! In case you don’t feel like cooking tonight, there are two free chicken offers that you can take advantage of for dinner.

Chick Fil A – 3 piece chicken strips when you wear a shirt with a collegiate or football team logo. Details below:

McDonald’s – free Southern style chicken sandwich. Print up a coupon from the information below and there were also coupons in a recent Parade magazine that expire today:

More free chicken

More free chicken is coming up at Chick Fil A! If you missed out on the last deal (8/12-8/14), you checked out the last freebie deal and loved the chicken strips, or you just love Chick Fil A, you can get more free chicken strips on 9/1. Here are the details:

To receive one (1) free three-count order of Chick-n-Strips while supplies last, eligible participants should visit participating Chick-fil-A locations from 10:30 AM until close on Sept. 1, 2008 wearing at least one visible article of clothing that contains any football team logo or collegiate logo and mention this Promotion.

ELIGIBILITY: Offer available only to legal U.S. residents of AL, AR AZ, CA, CO, DE, FL, GA, IA, IL, IN, KS, LA, MA, MD, MO, MS, NC, NH, NJ, NM, OH, OK, PA, SC, TN, TX, UT, VA, WI, WV, and WY. Limit one per person.

Happy eating!

Free Chicken strips at Houston Chick Fil A locations

Chick Fil A is giving away FREE chicken strips for the next three days! If you visit a Houston area Chick Fil A location between 5 and 8 p.m. on 8/12-8/14, you can get three free chicken strips. They also apparently have a new dipping sauce that you can try. We haven’t actually done this yet, but from what I have read on other sites, you don’t have to bring anything special with you, but you do have to ask for it.

I really like Chick Fil A because they are very family oriented (they have family nights several times a month where they offer face painting and other fun things for the kids as well as a craft activity and Bible stories during lunch a few times a month and they are closed on Sundays, which is a rarity anymore). The kids also love the food, and they at least have some adult-oriented options.

(and if you think that “free food” is too good to believe, I found the details here: