Harvey's Harvey's: Get Any Chicken Sandwich for $5.00 Until September 2 Get Any Chicken Sandwich for $5 Until September 2!

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Don't chicken out of this limited-time deal at Harvey's, because you can get any Chicken Sandwich for just $5.00 until September 2!

Three chicken sandwiches are available for $5.00 during this delicious event and for reference, regular prices are up to $7.49 depending on the sandwich in Ontario (pricing may vary by region).

  • Buffalo Chicken Sandwich -- crispy chicken breast tossed in buffalo sauce and served on a freshly toasted bun
  • Crispy Chicken Sandwich -- chicken breast with a ruffled coating to give you an extra crunchy bite, served on a freshly toasted bun
  • Grilled Chicken Sandwich -- 100% Canadian chicken breast, flame-grilled to perfection and served on a freshly toasted bun

No coupon is required -- simply head to your favourite Harvey's to get this delicious deal! Each sandwich is also available in a combo for an upcharge of $3.50.

This offer is available at all participating Harvey's restaurants or through the Harvey's app (Android, iOS) until September 2 -- click here to find the location nearest you.

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    • sry we busy on the Big Mac marathon atm 😂
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    • Since their beef burgers are full of junk I figured I'd look up their chicken.

      For some strange reason I can't seem to find an official ingredient list on their website. The only thing I can find is a 3rd party PDF that may or may not be accurate.

      So here goes:

      Grilled chicken ingredients
      Chicken, water, soy protein, salt, flavour (contains modified corn starch, soy sauce powder, gelatine), spice, sodium phosphate, maltodextrin, onion powder, smoke flavour (contains maltodextrin, modified corn starch), garlic powder, autolyzed yeast.


      There's no entry for their crispy chicken.
      I find it strange that their "grilled" chicken contains smoke flavor.
      Also not surprising they use soy protein and sodium phosphate.
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    • death_hawk wrote:
      Aug 16th, 2019 1:17 am

      Also not surprising they use soy protein and sodium phosphate.

      Is that Non-GMO soy?
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    • What junk ingredients are there? What effects?
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    • as soon as i saw the ad "Harveys" chicken sandwich i knew it would be most likely loaded with filler crap...just like their burgers.
      A&W likely has better quality chicken in their burgers. 2 chubby chicken burgers/ $8, spicy habanero combo/ $7 (better burger, plus fries + drink for $2 more than the Harvey's burger "deal"), etc deals going right now on their online coupons. ymmv as coupons vary by location:
      A&W coupons
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    • ShoNuff2 wrote:
      Aug 16th, 2019 1:22 pm
      as soon as i saw the ad "Harveys" chicken sandwich i knew it would be most likely loaded with filler crap...just like their burgers.
      A&W likely has better quality chicken in their burgers. 2 chubby chicken burgers/ $8, spicy habanero combo/ $7 (better burger, plus fries + drink for $2 more than the Harvey's burger "deal"), etc deals going right now on their online coupons. ymmv as coupons vary by location:
      A&W coupons
      A&W is full of filth as well, feel free to read the ingredient list of their burgers
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    • tunda11 wrote:
      Aug 16th, 2019 1:24 pm
      A&W is full of filth as well, feel free to read the ingredient list of their burgers
      no fillers in their burger patties. feel free to show proof if you know otherwise.
      their is salt and other chemicals in their seasoning salt. they put that on right before they grill the burger. you can easily ask them not to add it...i do.
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    • LBJackal wrote:
      Aug 16th, 2019 1:27 pm
      Their burger patties have literally one ingredient: ground beef. Here is the entire list of ingredients for everything.
      ShoNuff2 wrote:
      Aug 16th, 2019 1:28 pm
      no fillers in their burger patties. feel free to show proof if you know otherwise.
      their is salt and other chemicals in their seasoning salt. they put that on right before they grill the burger. you can easily ask them not to add it...i do.
      Take it for what you want. I eat beef multiple times a week. Went to A&W 2 days ago and got a lettuce wrapped burger which nearly sent me to the hospital with anaphylaxis. Conclusion: not 100% beef, undisclosed %age of other ingnredients
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    • tunda11 wrote:
      Aug 16th, 2019 1:34 pm
      Take it for what you want. I eat beef multiple times a week. Went to A&W 2 days ago and got a lettuce wrapped burger which nearly sent me to the hospital with anaphylaxis. Conclusion: not 100% beef, undisclosed %age of other ingnredients
      ya i find that my stomach hurts the next day after eating A & W burgers.. the other chains don't do that to me. I like their breakfast though and the chubby chicken.
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    • tunda11 wrote:
      Aug 16th, 2019 1:34 pm
      Take it for what you want. I eat beef multiple times a week. Went to A&W 2 days ago and got a lettuce wrapped burger which nearly sent me to the hospital with anaphylaxis. Conclusion: not 100% beef, undisclosed %age of other ingnredients
      that sucks if you went the hospital. unfortunately that's not proof their burger patties contain anything other than beef. if you asked them before you ordered, they confirmed it had only beef, and you developed anaphylaxis from another mysterious ingredient in their burger you could have quite the lawsuit for them.

      here's their seasoning salt ingredients:
      Seasoning: Salt, sugar, spices, paprika, dextrose, onion powder, corn starch, garlic powder, hydrolyzed cornprotein, extractive of paprika, disodium inosinate, disodium guanylate, silicon dioxide (anti-caking agent).

      as i said, easy to ask them to not add it.
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    • Why is anyone expecting high quality meat from any fast-food joint?
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    • destruct0 wrote:
      Aug 16th, 2019 1:33 pm
      This is for the US chain.. which shares almost nothing of the Canadian chain other then the name.
      From their Canadian website: "We use only 100% beef for our patties and add absolutely nothing else. No additives. No preservatives. Just beef."

      Here, read this if your'e really paranoid.

      I don't know why people are so crazy about this kind of stuff. Worried about crazy chemical names when usually it's just salt or some kind of flavour. Imagine the horror if you saw the actual chemicals that make up literally every "natural" food item.

      And then the guy in here claiming he almost went into anaphylactic shock from eating a burger patty wrapped in lettuce. Seriously, take off the tinfoil hat and relax.
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    • tarushin wrote:
      Aug 16th, 2019 12:52 am
      sry we busy on the Big Mac marathon atm 😂
      Ahaha one of the best comebacks I’ve seen thus far!
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    • tunda11 wrote:
      Aug 16th, 2019 1:34 pm
      Take it for what you want. I eat beef multiple times a week. Went to A&W 2 days ago and got a lettuce wrapped burger which nearly sent me to the hospital with anaphylaxis. Conclusion: not 100% beef, undisclosed %age of other ingnredients
      Incorrect conclusion. There's so much wrong with this statement, I don't even know where to begin
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    • ShoNuff2 wrote:
      Aug 16th, 2019 1:28 pm
      no fillers in their burger patties. feel free to show proof if you know otherwise.
      their is salt and other chemicals in their seasoning salt. they put that on right before they grill the burger. you can easily ask them not to add it...i do.
      They don't cook their burgers to order, they are cooked prior and placed in a hot plate just like all the other fast food chains. Make sure when ordering ask for the burgers on the bottom of the hot plate so you can get an extra juicy one with all the fat trimming.

      Chicken burgers at Harveys can't be worse then BK's chicken burger, I'm not sure what kind of chicken/other filler they use in their chicken burger.

      Like with any food items, if you cook it at home you know what a burger, steak, spaghetti with meatballs, etc. is supposed to taste like. If you seldom cook at home/eat out alot your opinion will differ from someone who does.
      Many people buy already made veal parm, chicken parm, pasta tossed with sauce, (heat and serve at home) etc. at Metro, those are the people who have never cooked it themselves, because if they did, they wouldn't be buying it, it's tastes 100 times better when you make it at home/know the ingredients that are used.
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    • LBJackal wrote:
      Aug 16th, 2019 2:06 pm
      From their Canadian website: "We use only 100% beef for our patties and add absolutely nothing else. No additives. No preservatives. Just beef."

      Here, read this if your'e really paranoid.

      I don't know why people are so crazy about this kind of stuff. Worried about crazy chemical names when usually it's just salt or some kind of flavour. Imagine the horror if you saw the actual chemicals that make up literally every "natural" food item.

      And then the guy in here claiming he almost went into anaphylactic shock from eating a burger patty wrapped in lettuce. Seriously, take off the tinfoil hat and relax.
      Right bud, when you lose vision from the hives covering your eye and your trachea becomes constricted, time to take off the tinfoil hat.
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    • tunda11 wrote:
      Aug 16th, 2019 1:34 pm
      Take it for what you want. I eat beef multiple times a week. Went to A&W 2 days ago and got a lettuce wrapped burger which nearly sent me to the hospital with anaphylaxis. Conclusion: not 100% beef, undisclosed %age of other ingnredients
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