Seeing as you eat at Chick-fil-A more than you'd like to admit, you'd probably know if the fried chicken sandwich giant offered a rewards program, right? Well, it turns out Chick-fil-A has had a secret and super-exclusive rewards club for years now, and despite many people's religious devotion to fast food chain, almost no one knows about it.
In fact, Chick-fil-A has offered the exclusive loyalty program, or its "A-List" club (see what they did there?!), since 2013. As explained in a report by CNBC, the program rewards the chain's VIP customers with perks like free food, discounts, private tours of its restaurants, and invites to special events. Only about 1,100 of the Georgia-based company's more than 2,000 locations currently participate in the program. Additionally, the CNBC report goes on to claim that unlike every other quick service chain's rewards program, you have to be invited by a Chick-fil-A employee to become a member. Well, crap.