Chick-fil-A is offering a free #breakfast from August 31 to September 30. Customers can choose from three different ones. All someone has to do is download or update the restaurant's app and place an order during normal breakfast hours.

Breakfast choices

The meal choices are limited to a Chicken Biscuit and Chick-n-Minis, a Hash Brown Scramble Burrito, an Egg White Grill, or a Chicken, Egg, & Cheese Bagel. These are free; however, you must pay for your own coffee or other beverage. Also, if you want a different meal, you can order it from the #Chick-fil-A breakfast menu. The free meal is limited to only one during the month, but feel free to stop in and purchase a breakfast, if you like.

Advantage of having the app

Customers don't have to stand in line when they place their order through the restaurant's app. By using the app, they can build up points to be used for other freebies. Additionally, having the app entitles users to take advantage of special deals that become available from time to time.

About Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A is known for being the home of the original #Chicken Sandwich. The fast food restaurant has been around since 1946. So it has a history with most people. The chain is headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, and there are more than 2,000 facilities around the world with most of them located in the United States.

Not open on Sundays

It is a $6 million a year business even though it is not open on Sundays, Thanksgiving or Christmas Day. Customers know this, and they plan accordingly.

It was on the news that a regular customer who was stranded in Houston during Hurricane Harvey [VIDEO] called Chick-fil-A and placed an order on Monday for his usual meal. Then he said, "Send a boat." The owner did send her husband with a jet ski for the elderly couple. A picture was shown on the news of them riding out of their flooded living room on the jet ski. The news commentator jokingly mentioned that the situation would not have happened if it had been on a Sunday.

Chick-fil-A is a popular place to eat. Even with its more than 2,000 locations, the company owns each of the buildings that you visit. They are not rented. The fast food chain chooses the location and builds the restaurant for the investor who operates it after paying a fee of $10,000.

Most restaurants are doing very well in spite of being open only six days a week and periodically giving away free items to its customers. Like the man in Houston, there are some loyal customers who love the food.