Chick-fil-A is making Valentine’s Day a little sweeter this year with a heart-shaped plate of yummy goodness.
Yes, the fast-food chain is dishing up something spectacular on Feb. 14, and it just might not get any better than this.
The restaurant is offering 30-count Chick-fil-A Nuggets, 10-count Chick-n-Minis or six-count chocolate chunk cookies in nothing less than a heart-shaped container.
This may be the perfect gift for your guy or gal that loves those Chick-fil-A sandwiches and chocolate chunk cookies.
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Chick-fil-A is offering the heart-shaped treat at participating restaurants from Jan. 21 until Feb. 28.
You’ll want to get in on this Valentine’s Day snack as soon as possible as it is only available for a limited time.
Chick-fil-A recommends that you check with your local restaurant to confirm they are offering the deal.
These chicken sandwiches are just in time for Valentine’s Day, and we all know that a tray of Chick-fil-A is better than roses any day of the week.
Not sure your loved one will appreciate a plate of chicken sandwiches? The tray of cookies will do the trick.
This is love served on a platter and a truly heartfelt gift on Valentine’s Day.
If someone buys me a heart shaped bin of chicken nuggets from chick fil a, I will love you forever pic.twitter.com/vkLuh1SCK2
— Nicki Kilbourne (@Nicki_Kilbourne) January 29, 2019
Plus, Chick-fil-A recommends that you spread the love and perform a random act of kindness this Valentine’s Day. What better way to do that than by gifting someone a tray of Chick-fil-A?
Even if you are minus a plus one this year, you can simply treat yourself on Valentine’s Day to some Chick-fil-A. Who wouldn’t like that?
No matter what you choose to do with your Chick-fil-A sandwich and cookie treats, deliciousness is guaranteed.
And if you just can’t get enough, enjoy celebrating Valentine’s Day all February long and order yourself up a heart box of chicken nuggets, sandwiches or chocolate chunk cookies while you have the chance.
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