Chick-fil-A is handing out free sandwiches to loyal fans this week

THE fan-favorite chicken chain is offering a special offer for Customer Appreciation Day.

On May 23, visitors will be able to claim a free chicken sandwich, 11 News reported.


The company is headquartered in College Park, Georgia

The offer is in recognition of the Pittsburgh Pirates’ Customer Appreciation Day and home opener.

The baseball team will face the St. Louis Cardinals at 11:35 a.m. that day.

The Pirates, sometimes known as the “Bucs”, last won a World Series title in 1979, but each season brings new opportunities.

To claim a free chicken sandwich, visitors must be wearing at least one piece of Pirates fan gear.

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You must visit the store to redeem the offer, but no additional purchase is necessary.

Offer is limited to customers visiting the chain in and around Pittsburgh.

It will take place on May 23 only.

Sandwiches on the menu

The chicken sandwich is arguably the chain’s most famous order.

Six varieties are on the menu:

  1. Original Chicken Sandwich
  2. Deluxe Sandwich
  3. spicy sandwich
  4. Spicy deluxe sandwich
  5. Grilled chicken sandwich
  6. Grilled Chicken Club Sandwich

Can I order Chick-fil-A online?

For any ordinary meal, Chick-fil-A is available online.

All you have to do is add your order to their website or app and choose how you want to receive it.

After ordering and paying online, you can get your food from curbside pickup or drive-thru at many locations.

You can also have your order delivered to your doorstep, through apps and sites like DoorDash, Uber Eats, and GrubHub.

If you’re ordering for home delivery, be sure to check delivery costs, which usually vary depending on where you live.

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