Company Is Reselling Chick-fil-A Sandwiches On Sundays For The Price Of $6.66

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Is that legal?

I don’t know how they did it, but by simply putting a few pickle chips on a juicy, tender chicken breast sandwich, Chick-fil-A has managed to put a stranglehold on the fast food chicken sandwich game.

Popeyes is good, I like Bojangles too, McDonald’s and Burger can try to copy it… but for me, you just can’t beat Chick-fil-A.

Only problem is… they’re closed on Sundays. Which, in the midst of nursing my hangover, is usually when I’m craving it.

But one company may have just found a dastardly work around…

Dubbed “MSCHF Sunday Service,” the company appears to be buying up some  Chick-fil-A sandwiches on Saturdays and then reselling them on Sundays. Is that legal? Who really knows, but one thing is clear, they’re not a fan of Chick-fil-A’s public Christian values.

Here’s their “manifesto”:

“Certain American values go hand in hand. For example, conservative Christianity pairs perfectly with a correspondingly devout faith in the “free market.”

That being the case, fuck it, let’s take advantage of the obvious hole in the market left by notoriously Christian restaurant chain Chik-fil-A’s sabbatarianism.

The market finds a way,” and, in this case, it’s the road to hell. Hail Satan and Eat Mor Chikin on holy days.”

And while a regular Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich clocks in at $5.76, you can get one on Sunday for the Satanic price of $6.66.


The company is the same company behind the Lil Nas X Nike shoes (that they eventually got sued for), but if you remember, those were also Satan-themed.

Sunday Service program begins September 26th, and as far as eating day-old Chick-fil-A goes, they have a disclaimer:

“By electing to receive content from MSCHF Sunday Service and, consumer agrees to: 1. Assume ANY and ALL RISKS of INJURY OR DEATH resulting from use of the product.”


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