The move comes amid the national coin shortage spurred on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Precautions to slow the spread of coronavirus resulted in reduced retail sales and "significantly" decreased deposits from third-party coin processors, the U.S. Mint said in a statement.
According to USA Today, the Mint encouraged consumers to "start spending their coins, depositing them, or exchanging them for currency at financial institutions or taking them to a coin redemption kiosk".More news: Marine Patrol: Woman killed in apparent shark attack near Bailey Island, Maine
"Until coin circulation patterns return to normal, it may be more hard for retailers and small businesses to accept cash payments", the Mint added.
The U.S. Mint says it's expected to produce 1.65 billion coins per month for the rest of the year.
The location recently posted on Facebook that due to the promotion, it was able to get enough coins to last them a couple of weeks.More news: Roy Jones Jr labels Mike Tyson 'giant monster' as heavyweight showdown looms
For every $10 of rolled coins, customers will receive the same value in paper bills in addition to a Chick-fil-A card for a free entree during select hours on Wednesday.
The chicken restaurant's special will run between 9 a.m. and noon, and then again from 2-4 p.m. The post showed a flyer that said, "Help prevent Chick-fil-A from going cashless".
The Taco Bell in Newman, Calif., is offering a free taco to any customer that pays for their food with coin rolls, ABC 10 reports. The promotion is only being offered at that location (for now) until the store's need for coins is met.More news: More payments, extended benefits: Inside the GOP’s COVID stimulus proposal
A Chick-fil-A in Alabama ran a promotion in order to fight a coin shortage, Fox News previously reported.