Chick-fil-A is giving away a ton of free sandwiches -- here's how to get one

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Chick-fil-A is giving away a ton of free chicken sandwiches.

The chain is offering the food to promote its new app, called Chick-fil-A One, which launched on Wednesday.

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Anyone who downloads the app between June 1 and June 11 will get their choice of a free original, spicy, or grilled chicken sandwich, the company told Business Insider.

The offer must be redeemed by June 30.

Going forward, Chick-fil-A plans to offer even more free food through its app.

The app has a built-in rewards program that will send customers free-food offers based on what they typically order.

"We want to surprise customers with items they love the most," said Michael Lage, Chick-fil-A's senior manager of digital experience.

When customers get free treats from Chick-fil-A, they will have the opportunity to rate them. Those ratings will be factored into the app's future free-food offers.

Customers will typically get a choice of several items for their free-food offers. For example, they will be allowed to choose among a free drink, dessert, or medium fry.

"We want to make sure the experience is based on personalization and choice," Lage said.

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Chick-fil-A is giving away a ton of free sandwiches -- here's how to get one

Restaurant: McDonald’s

Hack: Order two four-piece nuggets instead of one six-piece. It’s cheaper, you get more nuggets and you get more sauces. Score.

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Restaurant: McDonald’s

Hack: Order a McDouble without the ketchup and mustard but with lettuce and Big Mac sauce. You'll pay for the Big Mac taste for the price of a McDouble.

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Restaurant: Chipotle

Hack: Order half of one protein and half of another kind (like chicken and steak). You’ll almost always get more than half of each and end up with up to 1.5x the protein in your burrito or bowl for the price of a normal portion.

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Restaurant: Krispy Kreme

Hack: Fill out the survey on the bottom of your receipt for a free doughnut with the purchase of one. Hypothetically if you kept doing this, you could win unlimited free doughnuts. Not advised.

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Restaurant: Arby’s

Hack: Order two junior roast beef sandwiches instead of one regular classic. You'll end up with more meat for a lower price.

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Restaurant: Jamba Juice

Hack: Substitute any ingredient in any smoothie for the same price. If you’re craving a smoothie with non-fat yogurt instead of mango, or extra strawberries instead of blueberries, customize it to your liking without any extra charge. It will save you more than being charged for creating your own smoothie from scratch.

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Restaurant: Jack in the Box

Hack: Order two Jr. Bacon Cheeseburgers and combine them into one for a much cheaper version of a Bacon Ultimate Cheeseburger. 

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Restaurant: McDonald’s

Hack: Order a sausage McMuffin off of the dollar menu but ask for the sausage to be substituted with egg—an egg McMuffin for a dollar.

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Restaurant: Any pizza place

Hack: When you call to order delivery, ask if there were any orders that weren’t delivered—the pizza place will often give you those orders for a discounted price (perfect if cold pizza is your thing.)

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Restaurant: Subway

Hack: Order a Double Steak and Cheese Sub instead of the Philly Cheese Steak Sub—you’ll get the same sandwich at a normal foot-long price.

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