No biggie! At least you don't have to moo

By Marquaysa Battle
Updated December 08, 2020 10:36 AM
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Our motto this week (and, well, every week): If it’s free, it’s for me. So, if you’re anything like us, this news is of high importance.

Chick-fil-A is celebrating its annual Cow Appreciation Day on Tuesday, July 12th—when diners get free food if they stroll into the fast food restaurant and brave the lines wearing their best cow-inspired attire. (Repeat to yourself: If it’s free, it’s for me.)

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If creating a full-on cow costume sounds like a lot of work for a free chicken sandwich, don’t worry: Anyone “wearing anything cowlike will receive a free entrée,” according to the restaurant’s website. Hint: A white T-shirt pinned with black construction paper spots works.

Costumed customers can pick any breakfast, lunch or dinner entrée, and kids dressed like a cow can pick from the kids’ meal options.

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Over one million people are known to herd into Chick-fil-A for this event—so if you’re betting on a savory Free 99 chicken sandwich? Get your spot(s) early.