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$7 Chick-fil-A ’15 Calendar = 12 Months of Free Food

ChickfilaPut down your steak knives! Those self-preserving Chick-fil-A cows are at it again, putting their bovine twist on all of those relentless talent shows on TV to create the America’s Cattle Call 2015 calendar. There are 12 talented bovine contestants, but there can only be one “super steer.” Available at participating locations (while supplies last), the calendars are $7 (plus tax.) While the calendar will draw smiles and help you keep track of next year’s low-cost events and giveaways, it’s even better because each month you’ll receive a FREE menu item — just activate your Calendar Card online and then keep it in your wallet. Here’s the 2015 line-up: JanuaryGrilled chicken sandwich and large Coca-Cola soft drink of your choice; FebruaryChocolate chunk cookie or 3-count Chick-n-Minis; MarchLarge Coca-Cola soft drink of your choice or large iced coffee; AprilMystery offer; May8-count nuggets (crispy or grilled); JuneMystery offer and large Coca-Cola soft drink of your choice; July Mystery offer; AugustChicken deluxe sandwich (regular or spicy); SeptemberMystery offer and large Coca-Cola soft drink of your choice; OctoberMystery offer and large Coca-Cola soft drink of your choice; November Small hand-spun milkshake; and December Large Coca-Cola soft drink of your choice. The calendar is a really clever, cute and “cheap” gift for any Chick-fil-A fanatic. If you or your family dine there often, it’s well worth it to pick up a few calendars just to get the free food all year-long — just recycle the unwanted ones.

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