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Chick-fil-A Coupons and Events

Posted on Monday, June 13th, 2011 at 6:22 am
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Over the weekend, I got an email telling me about a free ice cream sundae event at our local Chick-fil-A restaurant that is happening tonight. We can take the kids and each get some ice cream and choose our own toppings.

Today is the last day of kindergarten for my daughter, so this will make a really nice, and free, treat to celebrate as long as I can get dinner on the table early enough to make it all work.

We’ve been to a number of free Chik-fil-A events thanks to the fact that I signed up to be on their email list, and I suggest that you do the same, if you have this restaurant in your area.

You can also go to the website and click on events, although I’ve found that the best ones aren’t listed there.

With the mailing list, I’ve also gotten printable coupons.

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