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Chick-Fil-A Calendar Deal

on 11.6.2009 at 11:37am
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This is an official, real, deal this time for the Chick-Fil-A calendar.

Through November go in and get a $20 gift card to Chick-Fil-A and get a Free Calendar.

So… plan on eating lunch there grab a gift card and a calendar.  Use the gift card to pay for lunch and you got a FREE Calendar.

Sounds good to me.

Susan from Cumming GA just sent me the list of coupons for 2010

Jan – FREE Chick-fil-a Chicken Biscuit or FREE small bowl of Hearty Breast of Chicken Soup
Feb – FREE Large Sprite
Mar – FREE Chicn-n-Strips (3-count)
Apr – FREE Lemonade
May – FREE Small Hand-Spun Milkshake
June – FREE Dasani Bottled Water AND FREE small fruit cup
July – FREE Chick-fil-a Chicken Salad Sandwich
Aug – FREE Large Coca-Cola Zero
Sept – FREE Chick-fil-a Chicken Sandwich
Oct – FREE Large Coca-Cola
Nov – FREE Large Diet Coke
Dec – FREE Chick-n-Minis (3-count) or FREE large Waffle Fries

I don’t know about your family but I have a relative that asks for this calendar every year for Christmas.  That’s another one checked off the list!

    • Emily

      How much are the calendars otherwise? Does it have to be exactly $20 or can you pick an amount over $20?
      I ask because we do a $25 giftcard swap at Christmas and this would be great to buy something I need anyway and get the free calendar!

      • Jenny

        It can be any value $20 or over. I think the Calendar is $6-$6.99 regularly.

        • Cheri

          They are $8 at our Chick-fil-a without the gift card purchase.

    • Erin

      Chickfila will also use the amount of the coupon toward any purchase. for example if you have the free chicken salad sandwich coupon but don’t like their chicken salad they will take the price of the chicken salad sandwich of your bill total so if you get a chickfila chicken sandwich meal say for $5 and the other sandwich was worth $3 your total will be $2

      • Angie

        Thanks! This is great to know!

      • Michelle

        That is great to know! I was wondering if they would do that…I don’t drink sodas so I was bummed that there were a couple coupons in there. I took the kids the other night and saw the deal, so I bought one. I go at least once a month for our Elementary school night, and spend around $20 for 5 of us, so what a great deal! I might get another one the next time I go!!

      • Rachel

        Not every Chick-fil-A allows you to use the coupons like a gift certificate. It is different from store to store because every store is individually owned. You will just have to try and see if they will let you. I have worked for CFA for years :) Love the company and I am glad to see the calendars with lots of free items back!

        Hope this helps.

        • Susan

          Actually, none of the Chick-fil-A’s are independently owned. They are all owned by Truett Cathy. They are OPERATED by different people—but Chick-fil-A’s are not franchised.

      • Emily

        I think this is up to every store. My local store (Simpsonville, SC) will let you do a scenario like this – coupon for 3 chicken strips but instead I order the original sandwich. That’s okay because the sandwich costs less money than the strips. However, I cannot use the coupon like cash. For instance, I can’t give them a coupon for an original sandwich (let’s say $3) and actually order a chicken salad sandwich (let’s say $4) and expect only to pay $1. Sorry this is long and maybe it doesn’t make sense. The moral of the story – each store uses their own rules, so maybe check first before ordering!

    • Remmeber — Chick-Fil-A coupons don’t expire. Just like Bed Bath & Beyond coupons, you can use them after the expiration date!

      • Heather

        UGH…I didn’t know that! I threw away a Free Milkshake coupon a few months ago because I didn’t think we had used it in time. Thanks for the heads up! I will know from now on. We usually don’t have that problem – we usually use the coupons within the first few days of the month!

    • DJ

      Last year, I bought several $5 gift cards for stocking stuffers to reach my $20 total and got the FREE calendar. I hope they let me do that again this year!

      • Erin

        Ahhhh good thinking!

    • Val

      I bought the $20.00 gift card and got a Free Calendar and then turned around and bought another calendar using my gift card. The chick fila in Athens Alabama will let you use the coupons whenever you want, not just on the specified month that the coupon is attached too.

    • Emily

      Honestly I could buy a $20 giftcard to get the calendar and turn around and use the giftcard on a meal for my family!

    • Wende

      In the past years MOST of the coupons required you to buy something else to get the free item. – ex. Buy a chicken sandwich and get a free Sprite.

      Does anyone know if this is the case again this year? The post makes it look like the items are totally free and in the past they are usually not.

      • Val

        All items are free. :) No B1G1 !!!!!

    • Becky

      the coupons never expire! Chick fil a will take them anytime from any date!

    • Sandra

      Would I be able to buy two $10.00 gift cards and get a calendar?

    • Joy

      Thanks! Got my free calendar tonight and used the $20 giftcard to buy dinner we were going to buy anyway!

    • Also Chick-Fil-A coupons never run out. They have taken some up to 5 years old. I have used the calendars ever since they came out and still have some of the first coupons and they still take them. They call me the coupons lady at the local Chick-Fil-A. I have 7 calendars so far this year. Go Chick-Fil-A

    • Connie

      Apparently coupon acceptance varies with the store operator. I was told by a Huntsville, AL location that they could only accept the coupon for the current month…this after using expired coupons and future months coupons for years. What happened to the “my pleasure” service attitude?