What's In Store

Newly launched service will deliver free Chick-fil-A sandwiches Thursday

A Chick-fil-A fast food restaurant in Atlanta in a July 2012 file photo.
A Chick-fil-A fast food restaurant in Atlanta in a July 2012 file photo. AP

To promote its presence in Charlotte, the home delivery service Favor is giving away Chick-fil-A chicken sandwiches Thursday starting at 11 a.m.

The sandwich delivery is free, according to Favor’s website. Delivery takes an average of 35 minutes and can be made to offices, homes and dorms within Favor’s delivery zone in Charlotte.

To order, customers have to download and open the Favor mobile app, then tap on the “Free Chick-fil-A” banner. The promotion code at checkout is CHICK. The promotion is limited to one sandwich per customer, and is good Thursday “while supplies last,” a spokeswoman said. Delivery is free, but tip is required.

Favor launched in Charlotte in April and connects users with essentially their own personal assistants (“runners”) who can run any kind of miscellaneous errands, from delivering takeout orders to dropping off forgotten apartment keys.

Other new delivery services in Charlotte include DoorDash, which launched in March, Doorstep Delivery, which launched here last June, and Postmates, which launched last April.

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