Free IHOP Pancakes

Free IHOP Short Stack Pancakes in April

The annual free National Pancake Day at IHOP is normally held in early March. However, in 2021, they're giving away a free stack of buttermilk pancakes during the entire month of April!

Veteran Hiffers will recognize this recurring yearly offer, but here's how it works if you're new to the game.

  1. Join IHOP's free MyHOP rewards system before March 31.
  2. Go to a participating IHOP during April.
  3. Eat one free short stack of pancakes.

That about sums it up. You can search by zip code on their site to make sure your local IHOP is participating before heading out.

In lieu of payment, they'll ask you to make a donation to one of three children's charities: Children's Miracle Network, Shriners Hospitals for Children, or Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. It's not required, but it's a nice thing to do. Besides, we're all nice people here, aren't we?

This freebie also triggers the IHOP free birthday pancakes offer AND you'll get a free pancakes coupon emailed to you just for joining today! I feel like Oprah screaming “you get pancakes, they get pancakes, everybody gets pancakes!”


Free Comic Book Day 2021

Free Comic Book Day 2021

Mark your calendars! The 20th annual Free Comic Book Day is slated for Saturday, August 14, 2021. We can get a free comic book that day at participating locations and this year they'll have even more freebies!

Free Comic Book Day 2021 will feature up to fifty free titles available at participating local comic shops. The titles will be comprised of up to twelve gold and thirty-five silver sponsor titles. Titles will be announced to the public in March and will appear in the April 2021 edition of the PREVIEWS catalog.

So mark your calendar and pick up a free issue for the … kids at home? Suuuuuure, let's pretend it's not for you and say it's for the little ones.

It's been years since I've read comic books. I even tried drawing my own once. It didn't have many super heroes, but starred a kid who refused to eat his vegetables, couldn't talk to girls, and looked ridiculous in his baggy jeans. I guess it wasn't so much a comic book as a journal. No wonder Marvel never took me seriously.

To make matters worse, I harshly learned on a recent date that comic books aren't an appropriate answer to “what have I read lately?” Suffice to say, there wasn't a second date.


Free Call from Santa

Free Personalized Video from Santa

Free Call from Santa

This classic, annual children's freebie of a free personalized video from Santa isn't a typical offer that arrives in your mailbox. Instead, you get a unique, personalized video sent straight to your computer, phone, or tablet from the big man up North himself!

This Santa freebie is always a favorite of Hiffers. Well, I'm assuming their children love it more than they do. It's fairly straightforward to set up and you're even given the option to pay for an upgraded video with more bells and whistles, but the free one gets the job done just fine.

Seriously though, a boatload of Hiffers always email me about this every year. And I don't mean some piddly canoe. We're talking gigantic, covid-filled cruise ships here. Every third email this time of year seems to be asking for me to post this. It's actually a nice break from the letters I typically receive. You'd think being told how handsome I am every day would be nice, but it sure can get tiring.


Veterans Day Freebies

2020 Veterans Day Freebies, Deals, & Discounts

Veterans Day Freebies

Veterans Day is Wednesday, November 11, 2020. Here's hoping this year has as many freebies as 2019!

I broke this massive list into sections. There's so much free food, that I even split that up into free meals and free everything else (appetizers, drinks, sides, desserts, etc.)

Some freebie sites are reporting old or unconfirmed offers, like White Castle. Not HIF! I've scrubbed any unconfirmed freebies from our list. That means everything below is active, legit, and a real freebie!

Unless otherwise noted, these freebies are only available on Wednesday, November 11 for Veterans and Active Duty Military personnel. You will need your valid military ID for almost all of these offers!

Retail Discounts & Sales

Academy Sports & Outdoors – 10% off purchases through 11/11/20.

Bed Bath and Beyond – 25% off your entire purchase, in-store only.

Dollar General – 11% discount on in-store and online purchases for all veterans, active duty military, members of the National Guard & Reserve and their immediate family members.

Food Lion – 10 percent discount entire grocery bill.

Great Clips – Free haircut.

Home Depot – Veterans get a 10% discount during patriotic holidays.”

Lowe's – 10% discount

Publix – 10% discount on entire grocery bill. Excludes prescriptions, alcohol, tobacco, gift cards, lottery tickets, postage stamps, and money services.

Sports Clips – Free haircut through December 5.

Target – All military personnel, veterans, and families get 10% off both in-store and online purchases through November 11. Full instructions are here.

Walgreens – 20% discount Wednesday – Sunday, November 12.


Free Meals & Entrees

54th Street Grill & Bar – Any free entrée, up to $12, for dine-in only on Wednesday, Nov 11.

Applebee's – Free meal from a limited menu.

Arooga’s Grille House – Free meal from a select menu.

Aspen Creek Grill – Free meal from a select menu.

Bakers Square -Free Rise & Shine breakfast. Valid for dine-in and pick-up orders. Also, 20% off next visit.

Bandana's BBQ – Free Budget Buster Meal: 3oz. of our signature BBQ served with one piece of Garlic Bread and your choice of two sides.

Bar Louie – Free burger or flatbread, up to $15 in value.

BJ's Restaurants – Free entree up to $14.95, Dr. Pepper drink, and possibly a Pizookie dessert.

Bob Evans – Free meal from menu of seven options.

Buffalo Wild Wings – Free 10pc wings and side of fries.

California Pizza Kitchen – Free entree from 13 different options and free drink.

Chili's – Free meal from 7 options for dine-in only.

Cici's – Free adult buffet pizza with that coupon.

Read more2020 Veterans Day Freebies, Deals, & Discounts


Election Day 2020 Freebies

Election Day 2020 Freebies, Discounts & Deals!

I'm not sure if you've heard or not, but Election Day on Tuesday, November 3 is kind of important. We're having an electrocution? No, that's not it. An election! Yeah, whatever that is, I'm still not sure. I wish they'd do a little more advance publicity for this thing. At the very least, it'd be nice if the news mentioned it once or twice, geez.

Even though this year was a bit maddening, voting is important. It's right up there with respecting your elders and always offering guests named Goob a glass of whiskey. So in celebration of every Hiffer fulfilling their civic duty, a few business are giving out election day freebies!

All offers are valid on Tuesday, November 3 only unless otherwise specified! I'll continue updating this post with any new freebies I find.

    Free Election Day Food

  • Boston Market – Get a free slider from 9pm-close with no purchase necessary. (locations) [thanks to the Smart Shopper at WRAL for help with this!]
  • Chopt SaladPoll workers only get one free entree, up to $15. Must have proof of working the polls on November 3rd.⁠⠀(locations)
  • Dos TorosPoll workers only get one free entree, up to $15. Must have proof of working the polls on November 3rd.⁠⠀(locations)
  • Krispy KremeFREE DOUGHTNUT!! Sorry, I got really hyped at the idea of free sugar. In addition to a free Original Glazed Doughtnut all day, you'll get a free “I Voted” sticker. Now just make sure you actually vote too! (locations)
  • Natural Grocers – Members of their free rewards program will get a free chocolate bar, along with deals for their local store. This promo runs Thursday, November 5 to Saturday, November 7. (locations)
  • Pizza to the Polls – Uber Eats is partnering with Pizza to the Polls to deploy a fleet of over 250 food trucks across 25 cities to deliver free food and good vibes. The food trucks will be giving out free Shake Shack, Milk Bar and local favorites while playing music and celebrating civic engagement. They'll be on the road from Vote Early Day on October 24 through Election Day on November 3.

    Voters will be able to find food trucks in the following cities: Phoenix, Ariz.; Los Angeles, Calif.; Washington, D.C.; Miami, Fla.; Tampa, Fla.; Orlando, Fla.; Gainesville, Fla.; Atlanta, Ga.; Louisville, Ky.; Detroit, Mich.; Ann Arbor, Mich.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Las Vegas, Nev.; Reno, Nev.; New York, N.Y.; Charlotte, N.C.; Raleigh, N.C.; Greensboro, N.C.; Philadelphia, Pa.; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Charleston, S.C.; Nashville, Tenn.; Houston, Texas; Austin, Texas; and Milwaukee, Wis.

  • Free Election Day Travel

  • Hertz – Get a free day's car rental to perform your civic duty when you book 2+ days in advance from one of their neighborhood locations.
  • Lyft – On Election Day, they're offering 50% off one ride, up to $10, to any polling location or dropbox using the code 2020VOTE. For the first time, this offer also includes bikes and scooters in select cities. New Lyft users can signup here and get a deal on your first ride!
  • Uber – 50% off roundtrip rides to and from the polls (up to $7 each trip), or up to $14 for the two trips. It also applies on bikes and scooters.
  • Starbucks Employees – If you work at Starbucks, then you get a free one-way ride, up to $75, to the polls to vote, volunteer as a poll worker, or drop off a ballott at a post office, ballot box or other official ballot drop location.
  • Free Election Day Deals

  • Chili's – They're offering $5 Presidential Margaritas. Need I say more? (locations)
  • Enlightened Ice Cream – Mention the word “vote” on your Instagram Story and tag @eatenlightened on November 3, and they'll send you a free Enlightened ice cream coupon. (locations)
  • Grubhub – A large list of restaurants are offering free delivery on Election Day orders of $15 or more. Some include 7-Eleven, Boston Market, BurgerFi, Clean Juice, Del Taco, Luna Grill and On the Border. Others will give free perks, like Applebee’s, Burger King, California Pizza Kitchen, Haagen-Dazs and PF Chang's.
  • Jersey Mike's – $2 off any regular sub when you order via their app. (locations)
  • Jimmy John's – BOGO 50% off 8″ or 16-inch sandwiches through November 8. Use promo SAVEON2 during online checkout. (locations)
  • McAlister's Deli – BOGO sandwich coupon loaded onto all Rewards members account. (locations)
  • Pieology – From Nov. 1-3, they're offering an Election Day 2020 bundle deal: Two 11 inch ‘Create Your Own' pizzas and a shareable dessert for $20.20. (locations)
  • Planet Fitness – They invite everyone who votes to come in for a free workout and HydroMassage from Election Day (Tuesday, November 3) through Sunday, November 8. (locations)

If you know of any I missed, please share with us in the comments!


Free 7-Eleven Slurpee

Free 7-Eleven Slurpee

Free 7-Eleven Slurpee Day

In lieu of their annual free slurpee offer on July 11, 7-Eleven is giving away a free medium slurpee any day in July! Simply download their free 7Rewards app and the promo coupon will appear in your account next month.

To find the coupon, check the “Scan and Save” section of the app once you're logged in. To find a 7-Eleven, drive around aimlessly and navigate only by sticking your head out the window and shouting for directions at stop lights. Seriously, it's fun!

Once the pandemic ends, I believe this will revert back to a July 11 only freebie. But at least for 2020, we get to redeem this freebie any time we want in July.


Pre-2020 Details

July 11, is otherwise known as 7-11. At least most of us call it 7-11. Maybe you're certifiably insane and call it Kingfork Day or 7-*foghorn noise*. If that's the case, then you and I should definitely hang out, as we are assuredly cut from the same cloth.

Where was I? Oh yeah, 7-11 means it's free 7-Eleven Slurpee Day! Simply walk into a 7-Eleven from 11am-7pm on July 11 and you'll walk out with a free small Slurpee. Here's their store locator if you need help finding a nearby spot.

You don't even have to wait until 7:11pm! 🙂


Free Kids Summer Reading Programs for free books and prizes

2021 Kids Summer Reading Freebies & Deals

As long as you count the backs of cereal boxes, I'm quite the voracious reader. I read on average two books a month and if your children are anything like me, they might be interested in this list I compiled of free summer reading programs! I've been updating this list since 2014 and was pretty surprised at how many of the offers stilled existed in 2021!

Below are all of the 2021 summer reading freebies and deals for kids! Most follow the “read X books, get 1 free” model, but there are a few that differ. Hopefully your little one enjoys reading or at least getting freebies 🙂

These will be updated with 2021 freebies and offers when they're released. Typically, that occurs around April & May each year.

I also have an idea I wanted to pass along. With some of these programs, you earn a free book off a list of available books. If your child reads this summer, but isn't interested in the freebies, consider donating them! School and public library are always desperate for books. Donating them to The Salvation Army or Goodwill is another possibility. Regardless, showing your child that freebies can be fun and helpful to others is a cool idea!

Confirmed 2020 Summer Reading Freebies

Amazon – Grades K-8 can read any 8 books this summer and get a free book$1 off your next book purchase. Man, they really downgraded this offer for 2020, huh?

Barnes & Noble – For kids in grades 1-6, get a free book after reading 8 books and filling out a Reading Journal by September 18. For adults, share your school's required reading list and get a free tall hot or iced coffee from the cafe. They also have coupons and discounts listed under the right-most “Summer Reading Deals” tab.

Books-A-Million – Read 4 books and take the form in-store to get a free Dog Man baseball cap.

Chuck E. Cheese – They have a ton of methods for kids to earn freebies, from good grades to sports achievements to reading in Spanish or English! This reading rewards calendar doesn't expire until 12/31/20 and gets 10 free Play Points with any food purchase.

DOGOBooks – Ten participants who review the most books will be eligible to win a Prize Pack of seven books shown on the site. The next twenty-five participants with the most reviews will be eligible to win a $10 Gift Card.

Half Price Books – Starting June 1, children 14 and under who read 300 minutes over June and July (that's only 5 mins/day) will receive Bookworm Bucks. I don't see where it says how much you'll get, but it was $5 previous years.

Teens can also earn HPB Bookworm Bucks by reading any of the listed titles and writing a short review.

New York Times – Every Friday from June 12 through August 21, children aged 13-19 can read one article in the NYT and write in about why they read it or what interested them. At the end of the week, judges from the Times newsroom pick favorite responses and publish them here. Aside from broadening their horizon's and randomly posting some of the selected weekly responses, there doesn't look to be any “reason” to do this. Still, 15-year-old-Goob would have gone crazy over this offer so maybe there's a kindred Hiffer out there who would enjoy this.

Pizza Hut – I can't find any details on what the prizes are, but Pizza Hut has run their Book It summer programs for many years now and people seem to love it.

Public Libraries – Be sure to check with your local libraries, as they often host multiple weekly, monthly, and seasonal events and reading competitions.

Scholastic – From May 4 until September 4, kids ages 6-17 can log their reading time online as part of the Scholastic Read-a-Palooza Summer Reading Challenge. Over the course of 18 weeks, kids can enter their summer reading minutes online, unlocking digital rewards as they complete weekly reading challenges; and access book excerpts, videos, and other summer-exclusive content.

SYNC – This free program offers audiobooks each week to teens ages 13+. You don't get any rewards, but hey, free books!

TD Bank – Finally we have the classic offer by TD Bank. Kids in grades K-5 have until Aug. 31 to read 10 books. They'll be rewarded with cold, hard cash in the form of $10 added to their free savings account.

Previous Summer Reading Deals Unconfirmed for 2020

The items below were summer reading deals during 2018-2019. If I find confirmation they'll return this year, I'll move them up above.

American Girl – Select locations in large cities are being held for girls ages 8 and up. Kids get to decorate their own bookmark and summer reading log and can take home a doll-sized poster.

HEBuddy – After reading 10 books, send in the form to receive a “cool prize,” which looks to be a free t-shirt.

LifeWay – Take your completed Summer Reading Journal to the register at your local LifeWay store to get one of nine books plus receive a free Bible, while supplies last.

Showcase Cinemas – Bookworm Wednesday rewards your little one with free admission to a select children's film when they present a book report. Accompanying parents or guardians and children under six years of age receive free admission and do not need to submit a book report!


Freebies for Good Grades

Freebies for Good Grades!

Freebies for Good Grades

I was a nerdy, smart kid with my nose perpetually in a book and that trait carried over into adulthood. I'm the guy at the end of the bar more interested in reading my Kindle than socializing with strangers. Yet I've never been offered freebies based on how much I read or how smart I am! Oh, to be a kid again.

I should note I started this post in May, but kind of lost track of time 🙂 No worries though, as all the offers below should still be active for the rest of this summer or beyond.

There are a lot of other websites with outdated information on freebies for good grades. I only included offers I could verify to some degree, but I strongly encourage you check with your own locations no matter what! Since these restaurants are usually franchises, offers heavily vary by location.

Rewards via Report Cards

Applebee's – While not quite nationwide, they confirmed on Twitter that it's up to your local restaurant as to whether or not they give out freebies for good grades.

One of the largest Applebee's franchise, RMH Franchise, operates 135 Applebee's locationas in 15 states. They offer an A is for Applebee's program, where students 12 and under can get a free meal from the Kid's Menu if they receive an A on their report card. Many other freebie sites erroneously say this is a nationwide deal, but it's a great example of what kind of offer you can expect if your local franchise participates!

Baskin Robbins – They also confirmed on Twitter that giving away free scoops is “at the discretion of each franchise owner.” So call your local creamery!

Cheryl's Cookies – Their Cookies for A's program is for K-8th grade students. It's so popular, they enshrined it within their Public Relations page!

A very popular program at Cheryl's is the Cheryl's Cookies for A's. Students present their report cards at retail locations and receive a free cookie per A, for up to 3 A's they have earned.

Chuck E. Cheese – Anybody can print their Super Student Award 🙂 It's a redeemable certificate for 10 free tokens per day, however a food purchase is required.

Family Video – Throughout the month of June, students get a free overnight movie or video game rental for every A on their final report card.

Financial Institutions – Hundreds of small banks, credit unions, and even insurance companies offer rewards for good grades as well! I highly suggest checking the website of any smaller institution you're with, as well as asking your local branch. I've seen some small banks offering up to $25 for good grades! Others offered smaller cash rewards, discounts, and other prizes.

I wish these offers had been around when I was a kid. I would have made some serious cash!

Jason's Deli – They replaced their old JDPickleCards offer with a new Kids Cash system. Kids under 12 got a free kid's meal at participating locations.

Pizza Hut – Pizza Hut used to have a site dedicated to this, but I believe it's since degraded to a “location specific” freebie. I'd definitly call ahead and ask! Hopefully they still recognize the great and classic Pizza Hut good grades deal. Seriously, I can remember getting this freebie in the late 80s!

Each marking period, any child who has 3 A’s or the equivalent thereof, will receive one Personal Pan Pizza and a small soft drink or carton of milk by presenting his or her report card to the manager. This offer is good for Elementary and Middle School students. Dine-in only. Students must be present and the original report card must be presented.

Unconfirmed or Old Freebies

Other sites report the following companies give freebies for good grades, but I've been unable to verify these claims on a nationwide basis. I've reached out to the following companies on Twitter, so please feel free to also message them and help get an answer 🙂

In the meantime, before trying to redeem any of these below, I'd make sure you call ahead first.

  • Bob Evans – As of 2019, the Star Student program “is not a program that is currently active at our restaurants.”
  • Burger King – Free hamburger or ice cream cone for scoring 100% on a test. This sounds crazy regional.
  • Chick-fil-A – Free 8 pack of nuggets if you have all A's and B's on a report card.
  • Coldstone Creamery
  • IHOP
  • Krispy Kreme – Free original glazed donut for each A, up to a half-dozen.
  • Marco's Pizza – Free one-topping pizza.
  • McDonald's – K-5 grade students with straight A's get a free Happy Meal. 6-12 grade students get a free Value Meal.
  • Sonic
  • The Melting Pot – The Boca Raton, FL location offers a free three or four course meal for straight A's! Others might have similar deals
  • Wendy's

I'll keep this list updated as I find new offers, so if you find anything I missed, please let me know in the comments!


Free Krispy Kreme Halloween Doughnuts

Free Krispy Kreme Doughnut on Halloween

Free Krispy Kreme Halloween Doughnuts

You can get a free Krispy Kreme doughnut on October 31 by wearing a costume on Halloween. It doesn't even have to be a specific costume, so head over whether you're dressed as a mummy, Frankenstein, or professional businessperson in your normal everyday clothes. They'll never know!

You get to choose from these three doughnuts:

  • Slimon – The original filled ringleader of the Monster Batch and known for covering everything in his path with green slime, Slimon is an Original Glazed® doughnut with lemon slime filling, dipped in spooky green icing with a green Kreme dollop and covered in “slime.”
  • Mumford – Last seen wrapping dozens boxes and coffee cups all around the shops, Mumford is an Original Glazed® doughnut “wrapped” in purple ​icing.
  • Hypno-Henry – A doughnut filled with cake batter, dipped in yellow icing and orange sanding sugar with a mesmerizing icing swirl, Hypno‑Henry hypnotizes fans into wanting more doughnuts. Please note: you may be unable to resist his crave-worthiness.

Costume offer not valid in CT, IA, or NE Krispy Kreme shops.


Free Coffee on National Coffee Day

2019 National Coffee Day Freebies ☕

Free Coffee on National Coffee Day

Sunday, Sept. 29, is National Coffee Day. That means we get free days! No, free national?

*checks cue card*

Ohhhh, free coffee! Who would have guessed?

National Coffee Day Facts & Stats
The majority of U.S. adults drink two to three cups of coffee a day on average.

👑 Best National Coffee Day Freebies

Krispy Kreme – Get a free brewed coffee and a free Original Glazed Doughnut!

☕ Other National Coffee Day Freebies

7-Eleven – Get any size coffee for $1.

Biggby Coffee – Free BOGO 20 or 24oz. specialty beverage – hot, iced, or frozen. Expires 9/30.

Bojangles – Through 12/31, get a $1 any size signature Bo’Town Roasters coffee.

Bruegger's – BOGO medium coffee.

Circle K – Get a free medium coffee with their app at participating locations. Customers might also get a free Belvita Breakfast Biscuit. Please check the app first before arriving, I'm having trouble confirming this 100%!

Corner Bakery Cafe – Through 10/1, get a free coffee, any brewed hand-roasted coffee or cold brew, with any purchase.

Cumberland Farms – Text FREECOFFEE to 64827 and receive a free coffee coupon! I couldn't find any verifcation for this online for 2019, however I just texted the number and got my coupon tonight. It explicitly says valid on Sunday, September 29, 2019.

A second deal at Cumberland Farms is buy any Reese's or KitKat King Size and get a free coffee, hot or iced, or Chill Zone fountain or frozen beverage free.

Dunkin' Donuts – BOGO any size hot coffee.

LaMar's Donuts and Coffee – Free small cup of coffee.

Le Pain Quotidien – Free regular coffee to any person that brings in a reusable cup or mug.

Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores – Get a large (24 oz.) coffee or hot beverage for only $1 on Sunday and Monday. On both days, hot beverage sales will go to Love's 20th annual Children's Miracle Network Hospitals campaign.

Pilot Flying J – Use their app to get a free any size hot or cold coffee.

PJ's Coffee – Free 12 oz. Viennese blend hot or cold brew coffee.

Speedway – Get a free BELVITA Breakfast Biscuits with any size coffee purchase.

Tim Hortons – Place an order via their mobile app and you'll get a reward coupon good for a free coffee.

WaWa – Free any sized coffee via the Wawa app.

White Castle – A free small coffee is yours with any purchase from 9/29 through 10/1.

Unconfirmed Offers

Barnes & Noble – Many freebie and news sites are reporting a free hot or iced tall coffee with the purchase of any bake case item from a Barnes & Noble Café. However, I've yet to find any proof for this.

Godiva – Another popular offer I can't confirm is this one. A ton of freebie and news station have an unlinked posting that Godiva shops will give a free coffee, 12-oz, hot or iced. Other sites say you need to make a purchase? Who knows, since there's zero verification for it.

Sheetz – Get a free cold brew coffee when you order through their app. This very well by legit, I'm just not certain. Thankfully it'll be super each to confirm or debunk from the app!

Please let me know in the comments of any I missed!


Free Trick or Treat UNICEF Box

Free Trick-or-Treat Box

The classic free trick-or-treat box from UNICEF offer is back again this year! With Halloween fast approaching, this is the perfect freebie to help the little ones load up on candy. You can request up to 5 boxes, so there's no need to share unless you have more children than a starting NBA lineup.

That reminds me, I need to get working on my costume. I still don't know how I'm going to pull off my Sexy Bigfoot outfit. So far all I've got done is grow out a ton of hair.

What are you or your little ones going dressed as this year?


Free Chick-fil-A Entree Dressed as Cow

Free Chick-fil-A for Cow Appreciation Day in July

The 2021 date should be announced soon!

I know it's hard to keep track of all these important holidays, but Chick-fil-A's 15th annual Cow Appreciation Day will be held on … well, sometime in early July, from open until 7pm. No, we don't eat cow that day. That's saved for Frog Appreciation Day the following week. I know, it's a complicated system.

What the celebration entitles us to is a free Chick-fil-A breakfast, lunch, or dinner entree if you wear any cow attire. One nice perk is that you don't have to go all out like I did 10 years ago (see the photo below!) Previous years required you to dress completely like a cow in order to get a free entree, however in recent years you only need to wear any sort of Cow attire!

Q: Can I still redeem the free entrée if I just wear a cow accessory?
A. Customers who arrive wearing any sort of cow apparel will receive one free entrée.

Free Chick-fil-A Entree Dress Cow

They included photos of simple cow apparel to give you an idea. So either climb into your full cow costume or simply wear a white shirt with black dots and say moo – either way, you're getting free food!

If any Hiffers make a cool cow costume and participate in this freebie, we'd love to see pictures! You can share them on our Facebook freebie page, Twitter, or below in the comments 🙂


Free Chick-fil-A meal

2019 Update: I have some bad news. The cow costume I made years ago was recently (and supposedly, “accidentally”) thrown away. It's a tragedy on par with the extension of the dinosaurs extinction. Or at the very least, the loss of the dodos. I'm not quite sure how to equate the value I added to the world by dressing up as a cow and asking people to milk my udders.