Chick-fil-A Is Adding This New Ordering Option
Chick-fil-A fans may already know you can order up to 40 Chick-n-Minis and 200 nuggets(!!) through the fast-food chain's online catering service. Smaller digital orders (a.k.a. up to 30 nuggets) have been restricted to the company's app, but getting your hands on fresh waffle fries is about to get a whole lot easier.
The new online ordering system doesn't require a Chick-fil-A account to check out, meaning you can order and pay ahead on your web browser as a guest without any hassle. (However, you may want to consider signing up for the brand's membership program so you can earn points toward free chicken.) You can also choose to pick up your chicken via the drive-thru, curbside, or carry-out. That means all you need is an internet connection, and you can get your hands on Chick-fil-A faster than ever.
"The ability to order online from Chick-fil-A's full menu is one more way for us to show care to our Customers by making the ordering process as seamless as possible," Emily Thomson, the brand's customer digital experience team member says. "Traditionally, customers have only been able to order catering on chick-fil-a.com. Online ordering now changes the game by providing the full menu for everyday purchases."
Testing for the new online system took place at Chick-fil-A restaurants in and around Baltimore and Washington over the summer. The chicken chain now joins other industry giants which allow you to order from your desktop, including Burger King, Chipotle, Panera. If you're seeking a traditional dine-in experience, be sure to check if your state has dine-in restrictions in place before heading to your neighborhood Chick-fil-A—here are 6 States Issuing New Restaurant and Bar Curfews.