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Red Rooster Is Giving Away Free Chips This Weekend

Red Rooster Is Giving Away Free Chips This Weekend

There are loads of fast food restaurants across Australia and it's tough to know what to choose from sometimes.

But if you're making that tricky choice this weekend, then it might be good to know that Red Rooster is giving away free chips.

In celebration of 2020 being a Leap Year, the chicken fast food connoisseurs are handing out fries to anyone and everyone on Saturday 29 February.

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You don't have to download an app, whisper a secret password or donate money to a charity; you just have to walk in and ask for some chips and you'll get a packet in your grubby little mitts in no time.

A spokesperson for Red Rooster said: "In 2020 we all get an extra day. So, head into any Red Rooster restaurant across Australia, this Saturday, February 29th and you will get free regular chips.

"We are forever grateful for our fans and customers who can't get enough of these magical morsels of chicken salty bliss.

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"We want to give back to all of them (and the rest of Australia too) with a little surprise and delight.

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"We want to shout them free reg chips to celebrate the extra day in 2020! Leap Day Chip Day!"

The giveaway will be happening right across Australia and all across the day. So if you're feeling a little peckish but don't have any cash in your bank account (look, we've all been there), then at least you've got this option.

The bloke that keeps making lists to rank various Australian food products has placed Red Rooster chips in the Royalty tier, which is one below the highest. Other brands in the same line as Red Rooster were Lord of the Fries and Betty's Burgers. The two companies to reach God tier were Hungry Jacks and Grill'd.

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Snitz landed on the Adam Sandler tier, while Salsa's, McDonald's and Oportos landed on Pleb tier. The worst of the worst were reserved for Nando's and KFC - hey, don't look at us, it's not our list.

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Topics: Food, News, Australia

Stewart Perrie

Stewart Perrie is a Trending Journalist at LADbible. His first job was as a newsreader and journalist at the award winning Sydney radio station, Macquarie Radio. He was solely responsible for the content broadcast on multiple stations across Australia when the MH17, Germanwings and AirAsia disasters unfolded. Stewart has covered the conflict in Syria for LADbible, interviewing a doctor on the front line, and has contributed to the hugely successful UOKM8 campaign.