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Popeyes’ chicken sandwiches are sold out. Everywhere.

The company announced Tuesday afternoon it was temporarily discontinuing the sandwich due to demand.
A Popeyes chicken sandwich. (AP Photo/Eric Gay) [ERIC GAY | AP]
Published Aug. 27
Updated Aug. 27

If you were able to get your hands on Popeye’s new chicken sandwich, consider yourself lucky.

The fast-food chain announced Tuesday afternoon the sandwich is now sold out. Everywhere.

Not just in Tampa Bay, as it was most of last week, but in all 3,100 Popeyes throughout the United States. Yeah, America, we ate that many sandwiches.

“You ate 'em ALL,” Popeyes said in a video posted to Twitter. “... They’ll be back soon. For good.”

Popeyes did not announce when the sandwiches will be back, but said customers can be the first to find out by downloading the chain’s mobile app.

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