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App Tuesday: Get free food with these apps

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I’ve learned a few things about college life here and there since my time at Grand Rapids Community College, and the truest thing I’ve picked up so far is that college students absolutely love free stuff. Especially if that “stuff” is free food. That’s why you’ll want to stick around for this week’s App Tuesday because I want to share with you readers the apps that are now offering free food.


Free hamburgers. That’s all you need to know. Well, there’s more, but that’s the most important part. Wendy’s announced on Sept. 8 that in honor of National Cheeseburger Day, Sept. 18 (aka today), the fast food chain is giving away one free Dave’s Single a day with every purchase until Sept. 30. All you need to do is download the Wendy’s app, available for free download on iOS and Android devices, and register to receive a free hamburger every day. The offer resets every day, but it can only be used with one purchase per day.


This may be stale news since it was released back in July, but hopefully your free fries won’t be. McDonald’s is offering a free order of their addicting fries until the end of the year, but you have to work for it if you really want it. In order to get a free medium size fries, you’ll have to download and pay $1 for the McDonald’s app. The cost isn’t so bad, considering it costs less than a medium order of fries, so the first time you use the app to order, you’re already getting your money back. The McDonald’s app is available on iOS and Android devices.


Oh Chick-fil-A, as if we needed another reason to love you. Chick-fil-A is offering a free order of their eight-piece chicken nuggets until Sept. 30 when you download their free app. The offer was announced on Aug. 30 on the restaurant’s online publication, “The Chicken Wire.” Simply download the free Chick-fil-A app on your iOS or Android device and create or sign into your Chick-fil-A One account.

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