The fast-food chain was named one of the top 100 best places to work by Glassdoor in 2017. The one day of the year when you can dress "udderly" insane for free food. But you have to make some big moooooves first.
But there's a catch: In order to get complimentary breakfast, lunch or dinner, customers have to dress like a cow.
The only possible downside is that the free entrées for Cow Appreciation Day can not be redeemed with the Chick-fil-A app. According to the event's page, it's easy. During lunch and dinner hours, customers can get a free chicken sandwich or grilled nuggets.
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OK, so here's the thing (because there's nearly always a thing, right?): You must visit a participating Chick-fil-A wearing something cow-like. Children in costume can receive a free breakfast entree during breakfast hours or a free kid's meal after.
Anyone who visits a Chick-fil-A restaurant dressed as a cow will receive a free entree (excluding salads) at Chick-fil-A's more than 2,400 locations nationwide.
Also, no phoning it in: you can only redeem the deal in person and not through the app.