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Shake Shack intros new phone app to order, pay then skip the line

<p id=”K4KoXQ”>In  another Festivus miracle, Shake Shack has introduced a free iOS app to skip the line. the mobile order-and-pay-ahead app is now live nationwide, though a few locations don’t participate. (Dallas Uptown does.)

You can use the app to order and pay for food with a credit or debit card. You’ll get a text when it’s ready then head to a designated pickup lane without waiting in line.

You can customize every menu item from the app, including ordering a hot dog without a bun or spicing up your chicken sandwich with peppers. You may also be able to send an iMessage sticker from the Shack.

The Legacy West Shack location is expected to open in a few weeks.

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