FourFour Two Church’s chicken coupon store is closing after just two years, but not before the church gave away thousands of coupons to church members.
The church’s website says that over the last three years, the Church has given away over $30,000 in coupons for church members, and more than $2,000 to local churches.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ chicken coupons were first introduced in 2011.
But this year the Church is planning to take over the store, which will open in the spring.
The chicken coupons will be given away free of charge and will expire on the same day each month, according to the church.
The coupon store has been open since 2014 and is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., according to its website.
The church has offered discounts for a wide range of reasons, including the church’s support for the homeless and for seniors.