You Can Get A Free Popeyes Chicken Sandwich This Month And It Couldn't Be Easier

Credit: Popeyes
By Delish
There can be no one who has not tasted the fame of a Popeyes chicken sandwich. We're all on the same page here, right? Just in case there are a few people who haven't tried it (or who have become VERY hungry just by mentioning this delicious sandwich), I have great news. Popeyes is giving away free chicken sandwiches through its app and website.
As previously reported by Thrillist, you can now get a free original or Spicy Popeyes chicken sandwich when you order from the Popeyes website or mobile app for the first time. Even if you are a beloved app user or access the website frequently, you can probably convince your friend that you can redeem this deal and get him fries or something similar. I don't know, make it beneficial for everyone! In fact, you also need to have a minimum order of $ 15 to get the free sandwich. So it's not the worst idea in the world to get all your family members on the idea! If you spend $ 15, the delivery is free, so there really is no disadvantage.
This deal is valid until the end of June and gives you enough time to set a date on which you can fully enjoy Popeyes. If chicken sandwiches aren't really your idea of ​​a good time, you can also get free chicken tenders if you spend $ 10 in the app, as we've already reported. OK, writing that before lunch was a pain because I'm starving now, bye!
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