Get free Chick-fil-A Tuesday for dressing like a cow

For sporting cow spots, waving a cow bell or dressing like a cow, customers will be rewarded with free food at Chick-fil-A restaurants nationwide.

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For sporting cow spots, waving a cow bell or dressing like a cow, customers will be rewarded with free food at Chick-fil-A restaurants nationwide Tuesday.

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Dressing “udderly crazy” can get you free food Tuesday.

Tuesday is Chick-fil-A’s 15th annual Cow Appreciation Day, which the chicken chain describes as its largest single-day customer appreciation event and a day to celebrate the company’s “Eat Mor Chikin” cows.

For sporting cow spots, waving a cow bell or dressing like a cow, customers will be rewarded with free food at Chick-fil-A restaurants nationwide. The giveaway is from the time restaurants open through 7 p.m. July 9.

Best known for its chicken sandwiches, America’s favorite fast-food chain has featured cows in its advertising for the last 24 years. The running joke is the cows are plugging Chick-fil-A as a way of preserving their own lives because customers will eat more chicken and less beef.

According to company estimates, 1.95 million people participated in last year’s event.

And you don’t have to dress from “head-to-hoof” to get the freebie Tuesday, cow accessories including hats and masks also count.

Children get a free kid’s meal for dressing up and cow-clad adults have the choice of nearly every entree on the Chick-fil-A menu except for salads.

For locations serving breakfast, options include the Egg White Grill, Chicken, Egg and Cheese Bagel and Chick-n-Minis.

For lunch and dinner, choose from the classic Chick-fil-A Chicken Sandwich, Chicken Deluxe Sandwich, Grilled Chicken Cool Wrap, other sandwiches, Chick-n-Strips and nuggets.

Read more at usatoday.com.

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