‘Chick-fil-A’ Gives Free Chicken Sandwiches For Labor Day in Tampa – With A Catch

‘Chick-fil-A’ Gives Free Chicken Sandwiches For Labor Day in Tampa – With A Catch
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Some lucky folks are getting a nice sandwich treat during Labor Day as Chick-fil-A are giving residents in Tampa Bay some free chicken sandwiches! And in fact, these Chick-fil-A branches in Tampa are giving out their popular chicken sandwiches beginning 10:30 AM until closing time. However, there’s just one catch.

Anyone who wants to get a free chicken sandwich has to come dressed up in any sporting team’s gear. It can be any team from any sport. It doesn’t even have to be from the big leagues. WPTV NEWSCHANNEL5 says that Chick-fil-A even recognizes little leagues for their free chicken sandwich promo. Just another thing, each Chick-fil-A customer is only entitled to one free chicken sandwich.


Chick-fil-A has long been known for its chicken sandwich. It features a boneless chicken breast fillet that has been hand-breaded and pressure cooked to a perfect crisp, then served on a toasted, buttered bun with some dill pickle chips.

Meanwhile, Chick-fil-A fans in New York City will also be happy to know that the restaurant chain is also set to open its very first freestanding restaurant in New York City real soon! Chick-fil-A’s new location on West 37th Street and 6th Avenue is scheduled to open its doors on October 3.

Set in New York’s Garment District, Chick-fil-A’s new branch will be its largest in the country yet, featuring a three-storey structure that occupies 5,000 square feet. Moreover, this particular branch will be independently owned and operated by local New Yorker, Oscar Fittipaldi.

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The soon-to-rise Chick-fil-A on 37th and 6th will be getting a lot of its fresh produce from a number of regional farmers and suppliers, specifically farms in New York and New Jersey. Meanwhile, Automatic Rolls of New Jersey will be baking and delivering bread to the restaurant, while Damascus Bakery from Brooklyn will supply flaxseed flour flatbread for Chick-fil-A’s low-calorie wrap.