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Chick-fil-A Just Made A Major Announcement For Holiday--Customers Are Furious!

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 2021-11-23
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Chick-fil-A will be closed for an entire weekend because of how Christmas falls this year–and customers are not happy about it! In case you missed it, Christmas is on a Saturday this year, and since the Christian chicken chain is typically closed on both Christmas day and *all* Sundays, diners will have to wait until Monday, December 27th for the restaurant’s roughly 2,600 locations to reopen. That’s a long time to wait for a chicken sandwich or nuggets!

In the same week that we learned Target will never be open on Thanksgiving again, we’ve had to process the Atlanta-based chain taking two consecutive days off. This is almost unheard of in corporate fast food America!

And it’s only the latest in a series of major gripes Chick-fil-A customers have had with the company recently; not only has the restaurant chain done almost nothing about their record-slow drive-thru lines, but customers have also gotten suing-mad about the chain’s delivery price gouging during the pandemic. Things and getting worse and worse!

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Anita Martens
11-27

anybody that is mad because they have to go 2 whole days without a chicken sandwich, grow up. my God is nobody allowed to celebrate a holiday because you might get hungry between visiting friends and family and eating at their houses.

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Kfa Nonya
11-27

Good for them! Families should be able to spend the holidays together! Yes... I t may mean that my husband (LEO) or myself (medical) may have to take a salad or sandwich to work.. But.... I'm glad they get that moment... We as Americans have lost that... spending time on holidays with our families.... Now is definitely the best time!

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Sue Brooks
11-27

I love that Chick-fil-A has wonderful values and great food. My family will continue to support them Monday thru Saturday!

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