Chick-fil-A has become the benchmark for hot, fresh chicken sandwiches. Only problem is they’re closed on Sundays. But one company has come up with a workaround. MSCHF appears to be buying up some Chick-fil-A sandwiches on Saturdays and then reselling them on Sundays. And while a regular Chick-fil-A chicken sandwich clocks in at $5.76, you can get one on Sunday for the Satanic price of $6.66.
The company is the same one behind the Lil Nas X Nike shoes (that they eventually got sued for).
The “Sunday Service” program begins September 26, and as far as eating day-old Chick-fil-A goes, they have a disclaimer: “By electing to receive content from MSCHF Sunday Service and mschf.xyz, consumer agrees to: 1. Assume ANY and ALL RISKS of INJURY OR DEATH resulting from use of the product.”