Here’s how to redeem Popeyes Free Sandwich Friday promotion

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Summer is heating up and everyone is getting hungry. While the grill might be lit on Saturdays, why not kick off that weekend with Grubhub and the Popeyes Free Sandwich Friday promotion. That TGIF sentiment now includes that infamous chicken sandwich.

More and more people are looking for ways to stretch that food dollar spent. While consumers might be purchasing more private label brands as a way to maximize their food shopping, the reality is that sometimes people need to step outside of the kitchen. Placing an order for food, especially free food, can make any day seem a little brighter.

Popeyes and Grubhub have partnered on a huge, and tasty, summer promotion. Every Friday, now through August 26, is Popeyes free sandwich Friday. Whether it is a free lunch, dinner or just because, free food is on the menu.

Recently, Grubhub found that Fridays are the “most popular day for chicken sandwiches.” Although the reasoning for this finding is unclear, it seems that kicking off the weekend is about enjoying a meal out. Maybe TGIF really means thank goodness its fried (chicken). No matter the reason, people are wanting to place that order.

Last year, this offer was hugely success. Looking back, it was said that “diners redeemed enough free sandwiches to feed everyone in Portage City, Michigan.” Whether it is the promise of free food or just satisfying a craving, people are willing to place that order.

This latest promotion comes during the Popeyes 50th anniversary celebration. The popular quick service restaurant has been offering numerous promotions. From rollback pricing to other special offers, that love of Popeyes chicken is definitely on display.

To redeem this Popeyes free sandwich Friday promotion, place a minimum $20 Popeyes order via Grubhub. The free food offering will automatically apply at checkout. The Buffalo Chicken Sandwich is not part of this promotion. The offer ends on August 26.

Hungry for some free food? Do these types of food promotions entice you to make another order?