This Florida Chick-fil-A will now deliver chicken via drone ๐Ÿ™Œ
ยท Nov 20, 2023 ยท

Girlfriend got the car for the day? Nothing but Call of Duty and football on the schedule? Getting a little hungry as lunchtime approaches? Well, why don't you hit up Chick-fil-A and see if you can get one of them holy chicken sandwiches delivered by drone?

Seriously, if you live within 1.2 miles of this Florida Chick-fil-A, you can make this dream a reality โ€” you can actually have your sandwich delivered from the heavens above.

Man, the future is here. And I'm getting hungry.

Diners within a 1.2-mile radius of the Brandon/Valrico Chick-fil-A in Central Florida will now have the option to have their spicy chicken sandwiches and milkshakes delivered via drone for a limited time.

Drone delivery is available between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, the restaurant announced on social media last week. The fast food joint said it hopes to expand to a 2-mile radius in the near future.

The restaurant partnered with DroneUp, a Virginia-based tech company that also launched a drone delivery service with a Tampa Walmart last year, The Tampa Bay Times reported.

The popular fried chicken chain declined to share where drone delivery would be introduced next.

Yo, I've got a great suggestion for the next drone delivery location. Will send my address.

This is super cool, though, check out the process:

Flippin' amazing, right?

And you'll avoid that 20-car pileup at the drive-thru, which is clutch.

Chick-fil-A is still in the early stages of testing this and they say they're working on expanding the distance on this delivery option, first to a 2-mile radius and then to wherever there is demand.

If you're in Tampa, give it a try!

(Just not on Sunday, you heathen.)

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