Redeem Chick-fil-A Rewards Today Before Devaluation

Redeem Chick-fil-A Rewards Today Before Devaluation

Redeem Chick-fil-A Rewards Today Before Devaluation

On March 14, Chick-fil-A rewards members received an email sharing upcoming changes to the program. The email highlighted only limited information about the changes, revealing that more menu items will be redeemable with rewards and customers will have the opportunity to earn bonus points.

However, the email also revealed that these changes will most likely be a devaluation for the Chick-fil-A One program. The changes will occur on April 4. 

Redeem Now

Here are some comparisons between the current redemptions and what will happen after the changes. Currently, customers can redeem an 8-count of Grilled Nuggets for 700 points, but the new 5-count Grilled Nuggets reward that’s being added on April 4 is valued at 800 points. So, if you’ve been saving up your Chick-fil-A points to redeem a higher-value item, you might want to redeem today.

You can redeem your rewards today before the increase, for redemption through May 3rd. They will stay in your rewards page and will be redeemable until then.

Other Changes

Despite the unfortunate news that you’ll need to earn more points to redeem your rewards, there are also some pieces of good news. That includes a reward tier that finally allows customers to use their Chick-fil-A points to redeem an entire meal.

The new rewards include:

  • Large Waffle Fries: 500 points
  • Chick-fil-A Nuggets: 600 points
  • 2-count Chick-n Strips: 600 points
  • Sausage Biscuit: 700 points
  • 5-count Grilled Nuggets: 800 points
  • Bowl of Chicken Noodle Soup: 1,200 points
  • Meal (including entrée, side, and drink): 2,500 points

The new rewards system will also add two rewards for Red Members and Signature Members only. Red Members can redeem 1,200 points for a Kid’s Meal and Signature Members can redeem 3,000 points for a gallon of Sunjoy, in addition to the Red Member benefits.

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