For many of us, Chick-fil-A is the holy grail of chicken, and for some customers in-the-know, they are also a great place to pick up a quick game of bingo. You might not be able to get spicy nuggets or cash, but you can win Chick-fil-A-themed prizes and merchandise.

If you are wondering how to get free food from Chick-fil-A this is the way. You can have fun playing a game of bingo, and you might win a chance to try some new seasonal items like the Autumn Spice Milkshake and the Grilled Spicy Deluxe Sandwich.

When I found out that my local Chick-Fil-A was doing a bingo night, I was intrigued. Then I found that it's definitely a thing and there are Chick-Fil-A restaurants all over Texas putting on these games for their customers.

Find Out If Your Local Chick-Fil-A Is Playing Bingo in Texas

You can find these games by following your local Chick-Fil-A restaurants on Facebook. I found many of these from Facebook events all across the state and the nation.

Here are some upcoming events to give you an idea of just how many restaurants are doing bingo. Games generally last an hour or two.

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Why Are Patrons Flocking To Chick-Fil-A To Play Bingo In Texas?

Bingo as a game peaked back in the 1960s, but it never really went away. You can find bingo halls all around the state of Texas and is even a staple on cruises departing from Galveston.

I've had a chance to play recently, and it's not like it used to be. There are automated games and you can play an almost infinite number of cards at the same time using digital game tablets.

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When you play the game at Chick-Fil-A it doesn't last that long, and you play like the old days with a card and some tiles. You can even bring the kids to play along.

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