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 November 11, 2015  Posted by  Dining, Hot Deals  Add comments

Those self-preserving Chick-fil-A cows are at it again, putting their bovine twist on all of those self-help books and TV shows to create the “Nuggets of Bovine Inspiration” 2016 calendar. Each month, there’s a new nugget of wisdom from the infamous Chick-fil-A cows. Available at participating locations (starting Nov. 16), the calendars are $7 (plus tax) — while supplies last. While the calendar will draw smiles and help you keep track of next year’s low-cost promos and giveaways, it’s even better because each month you’ll receive a FREE menu item — just activate your Calendar Card online and keep it in your wallet. Here’s the 2016 line-up of freebies:

  • January – Grilled chicken nuggets (8-ct.)
  • February – Mystery offer
  • March – Large Coca-Cola soft drink of your choice
  • April – Mystery offer
  • May – Mystery offer
  • June – Large Coca-Cola soft drink of your choice or Frosted Lemonade
  • July – Mystery offer
  • August – Large Coca-Cola soft drink of your choice
  • September – Large Coca-Cola soft drink of your choice and Large waffle potato fries
  • October – Mystery offer
  • November – Large Coca-Cola soft drink of your choice
  • December – Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich or spicy chicken sandwich.

The calendar is a really fun and inexpensive gift for any Chick-fil-A fanatic. If you or your family dine there often, it’s worth it financially to pick up a few extra copies just to get the freebies all year-long — just recycle the unwanted calendars.

Bryan Chavez

LOTC National Deals Editor Bryan K. Chavez carries his purple coupon binder with pride everywhere he goes because he knows it's as "good as gold." His deal-seeking skills are so sharp that he regularly saves upwards of 75% on his grocery receipts. One of his passions is helping others save money. When he's not clipping coupons or sniffing out the next great promotion, his professional background is in public relations & marketing for non-profit organizations. Bryan is an editor at Mile High On The Cheap.

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