There’s only one thing that can make eating at Chick-fil-A a more enjoyable experience—saving money while doing it! We’ve got drive thru hacks from two of America’s top financial experts to help you save money at Chick-fil-A. Rachel Cruze is a two-time #1 bestselling author, and host of the Rachel Cruze Show. George Kamel cohosts The Ramsey Show. He also hosts The Fine Print and The EntreLeadership Podcast, all available on the Ramsey Network.

Save Money at Chick-fil-A

We’re all feeling strain on our budgets. With the rising costs of food, household goods and gas, saving money is even more important. And saving money at Chickfila is possible, especially with the help of financial experts like George Kamel and Rachel Cruze. The pair of Ramsey personalities recently shared a viral video offering up money-saving drive-thru hacks. But, if you want to go to extreme measures you could always get a job at Chick-fil-A and enjoy an employee discount!

A Chick-fil-A BLT

George Kamel shared a way to score a Chickfila sandwich for just $2.15. It’s a BLT! No, you won’t find a BLT on the Chickfila menu, but it’s possible to build your own when you order a bun for 25 cents. Then add bacon, lettuce and tomato to your order. In the end you’ll have a BLT from Chickfila and you will only pay about $2.15.

Order a Kid’s Meal

If you order a Number 1 Combo at Chickfila you’ll pay about $8.09. Next time try ordering a 2-count Chick-n-Strips Kid’s Meal, and add a bun for a quarter. You’ll end up paying around $6.15, a savings of nearly $2. You’ll get all the Chickfila staples– chicken, waffle fries, Chickfila sauce, and a drink. Plus you can trade the toy for some ice cream. As for pickles, which are free, and you’ll have a DIY chicken sandwich with all the extras.


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Turn Chicken Strips Into Sandwiches

When you order chicken strips and add a bun for a quarter, you can build your own chicken sandwich for a big savings. Try ordering a 4-count nugget with two buns and you’ll get two sandwiches for about $2 less than if you had simply ordered two Original Chicken sandwiches.

For more money-saving fun and inspiration, listen to our full episode with Dave Ramsey personalities George Kamel and Rachel Cruze: