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boneless skinless chicken

Zaycon has extended their 99¢ sale for new users!!

Get a super great price on chicken from Zaycon right now! First-time users can get a 40-pound box of boneless skinless chicken breasts for 99¢ per pound (reg. $1.89/lb)!

Use code JOINED99 at checkout to get a whole case of chicken for just $39.60.

Note: This coupon code is only valid for first-time customers. Enter your zip code to find locations and pick-up times in your area.

Offer ends when they sell out or on Friday!

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    • Alison Spearman

      I love Zaycon. I have not had any trouble with them. There is only a 30 minute pickup window, but the near has been really good at a great price. It’s not uncommon for them to get boxes bigger than expected and they do not charge you for the difference.

    • Erin Novo

      this code only took $36 off one box…can’t order multiple boxes with discount?

    • Kelly W

      I would strongly advise against Zaycon chicken. I’ve ordered twice now and thrown away several pounds of bruised, bloody, discolored chicken. Of the remainder, about 1/3 to 1/2 of it has a horrific fleshy, gelatinous texture that no cooking method will alter. The salmon we bought from them is gorgeous, but I’m never doing the chicken again.

      • Keri B

        Agree. We order the chicken tenders now not the giant rubber breasts. Tenders are way better??

    • Dereck

      Um…The cook is the one who choses and executes the process, so if you are blaming the cooking process, you are blaming the cook. You really can’t separate the two.

    • Keri B

      How do you cook it