Free Spicy Chicken Biscuits from Chick-fil-A

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What is better than chicken in the morning? FREE chicken in the morning, of course.

We took advantage of another Chick-fil-A promotion in June and loved the spicy chicken sandwich. And now, the chicken magicians have done it again, but this time it's for breakfast.

From this morning through January 8, you can stop in for a free spicy chicken biscuit. It's the latest fiery offering from the best damn poultry shack around (yes, they are the best, there is no argument). And, to make sure you don't show up at the exact same time as 1,523 other people, they're offering a nifty reservation system that lets you pick your location and the time of day you want to get your free bird.

I'll be getting mine off 290 on Monday, January 3, between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m. See you there?

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