TOMORROW…we camp out

First 100 People at a Chick-fil-A Restaurant Grand Opening Win Free Food for a Year!

The First 100 Grand Opening Promotion was created in late 2003 to reward the first 100 qualified participants in line at the Grand Opening of a Chick-fil-A restaurant. These 100 people each receive a Grand Prize of one Chick-fil-A Combo Meal (Chick-fil-A Chicken Sandwich, Waffle Potato Fries and drink) per week for a year (equating to 52 meals).

The line can begin forming as early as 24 hours prior to the Grand Opening.

Many people make the event an all-nighter. They play board games or throw a football or just make new friends.

The 100 Grand Prizes are awarded at the designated time for opening on Grand Opening day. This time may vary by location, but it’s usually first thing in the morning.

Things to know:

  • You must be one of the first registered 100 people in line who is 18 years of age or older with valid photo ID, and has stayed in line until the Grand Opening of the store (exceptions made for short restroom breaks).
  • No purchase is necessary.
  • Chick-fil-A employees and their family members may not participate.
  • Additional prizes may be randomly drawn to be won by qualified participants.

Find a list of Chick-fil-A restaurants scheduled to open in the next 60 days.


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