Is Chick-fil-A giving away 2 free spicy or regular chicken sandwiches and 2 large beverages for their 37th birthday? No, that's not true: a scammer created a fake Facebook page impersonating the brand and the link in the viral post with the so-called offer leads to a link that will randomly display advertising or other offers of questionable value.
It's our birthday and we want to give back to you all who have supported us over the years by giving every person that shares and comments "Done" 2 FREE Spicy or Regular chicken sandwiches and 2 large beverages! We will inbox your coupon by midnight tonight! Remember to visit: http://www.chickfilayear.com/ to make sure your entry is valid! - Chick-fil-A
It has nothing to do with the real site of Chick-fil-A or their real Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/ChickfilA/ (which is not at https://www.facebook.com/Chick-fil-A-INC-54837587235400). Always look at the blue checkmark next to the name if you see a post from a major brand to verify it is the real one.
Also, the Chick-fil-A brand was launched in 1967 which would make it 52 years old, not 37. And the fake Facebook page appears to be run by two people in Vietnam, a long way from their actual headquarters in College Park, Georgia: