Free Chick-Fil-A chicken biscuit every Wednesday in January

If you live in the Tampa Bay area all participating Chick-Fil-A restaurants are giving away a FREE chicken biscuit EVERY Wednesday in January.

That's right, 4 Wednesdays (well, 2 now), 4 free chicken biscuits. No purchase necessary; all you have to do is show up during breakfast hours. (I do not know if this promotion is running in other cities outside of Tampa).

In other efforts to promote breakfast, Chick-Fil-A has revamped their website and changed all in-store advertising to revolve around chicken for breakfast.

It doesn't get any better than this. I'll be hitting the drive-thru window (maybe more than once) every single week.

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Well one thing is for sure, Chick-Fil-A isn't being shy about promoting their Chicken Biscuit for Breakfast.

On New Year's Day they gave away coupons for a free chicken biscuit with a purchase to every guest in the restaurant, all day. If you got a coupon they are good through the end of March.

If you didn't get a coupon and you still want free chicken for breakfast it looks like you'll have the opportunity again.

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