Chick-fil-A: How to know if a free food coupon is real


Got your hands on a Chick-fil-A coupon, but not sure if it’s real? Here’s how to tell!

A few fake Chick-fil-A coupons have been floating around, and this isn’t the first time something similar has been happening. While the staff at several Chick-fil-A locations have been great at taking most coupons anyway, don’t get any funny ideas! It’s simply not fair to print out fake flyers in hopes of scoring some free food.

Instead, be on the lookout for legit coupons and offers from Chick-fil-A. The restaurant very often has several great deals, so it’s a win-win. In the meantime, here’s how to be sure what you found is legit if it seems too good to be true.

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Simply put, they must come from an official sourceThis means a verified Chick-fil-A account on social media. This includes the restaurant’s Facebook page, Instagram, and Twitter account.

Something else to consider is that each location may operate differently. So if you see a free breakfast biscuit coupon on one site and not any others, it doesn’t mean the deal is fake.

The below is a great example! The Chick-fil-A location in Wylie, Texas is offering a FREE Sausage Biscuit this Tuesday, March 5, from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. — live nearby? Don’t miss out! Worried about it being real? It is! The location’s Facebook Page posted it themselves. (Again, this is valid at the Wylie, TX location only)

Next. March food deals and freebies: IHOP, Jack in the Box and more. dark

Have you ever stumbled upon a fake Chick-fil-A food coupon/freebie or for any other restaurant? There’s no worse feeling than thinking and anticipating a free meal only to be turned away! Luckily, the restaurant has always been quick to respond and alert fans of scams.

What’s your favorite Chik-fil-A meal? Happy eating!