Chick-Fil-A Offers a Week of Free Breakfasts

National chicken sandwich chain Chick-fil-A has initiated a massive free food frenzy, and this time you don't even have to dress like a cow to get a tasty comped breakfast at the chain.

Chick-fil-A freebies often require Holstein-style splotches and perhaps some rubber udders, but not for this free breakfast giveaway. And unlike lots of nationwide freebie free-for-alls, you won't have to contend with throngs of fellow bargain-focused restaurant goers due to the unusually long duration of the promotion.

If you're interested in claiming a free breakfast at Chick-fil-A, you have an entire week open where you can opt-in. Customers are directed to Chick-fil-A's breakfast website where they are prompted to make a reservation for the promotion any time during the week of September 6th at their choice of location. Some limitations do apply, depending on location, and users are required to print the reservation out, limiting the deal to people who have access to a printer.

However, even health focused Chick-fil-A fans can find something on the menu, as the chain offers multi-grain oatmeal in addition to their signature chicken biscuits. Choices include the chicken biscuit, the spicy chicken biscuit, a sausage biscuit, Chick-n-Minis (three chicken biscuits) a chicken egg and cheese bagel, a bacon egg and cheese biscuit, a chicken breakfast burrito, a sausage breakfast burrito and the newly introduced multigrain oatmeal.

Steve Robinson, Chick-fil-A’s senior vice president of marketing, commented on the impetus behind giving away free food for a while week and the push to raise interest in the breakfast offerings at Chick-fil-A:

"We have been very intentional about building our breakfast day-part over the past several years... This giveaway allows us to showcase the diversity of our breakfast menu."
He added:
"For years, we have developed our full Chick-fil-A menu to offer our customers a variety of options based on eating preferences... We feel the success we have had building our breakfast sales is directly tied to expanding menu options we continue to offer to our breakfast customers."
Do you eat at Chick-fil-A? Are you going to hit the chain up for a chicken biscuit after Labor Day?