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According to the website, the popcorn chicken bucket will only be available until 22 March 2020 and it will set you back just £5.99 - what a bargain.
- KFC UK & Ireland (@KFC_UKI) February 24, 2020
This comes after KFC trialled the sharing bucket back in October across ten stores in Glasgow, Scotland.
The only caveat is that you must be signed up to the KFC app and the loyalty scheme - the Colonel's Club - to get your hands on the bucket (which is recommended to be shared between four people).
SIGN. ME. UP.
Once you sign up on the app, you've got two options - you can either get the bucket alone (for £5.99) or you can get the bucket with two large sides for £8.48.
The large sides to choose from include: fries, gravy, beans, coleslaw, two corn cobs, creamy mash, garden salad, southern rice or a 1.5 litre bottle of pop.
It's safe to say KFC fans are a little excited, one wrote: "So I drove past an advertising board earlier that said KFC are doing an 80 piece popcorn chicken bucket for £5.99 and I think I died and went to heaven."
Another added: "Four people? Ha! Is that a challenge?" Looks like it might just be.
80 popcorn chicken bucket comes out today holy FUCK pic.twitter.com/tveOhj6wxt
- Mitch (@Mooych) February 24, 2020
Alternatively, if the chicken part of the popcorn chicken bucket isn't your thing, you can always order the KFC Vegan Burger which is now available in every branch.
Made of Quorn-based vegan 'chicken', the burger includes all of the usual and oh so famous 11 herbs and spices (the ones that have been going strong since 1952).
The traditional mayonnaise in the chicken counterpart will be replaced with a vegan version and the iceberg lettuce will remain the same (obviously).
Ira Dubinsky, from KFC UK and Ireland, told Metro: "The Colonel was all about welcoming everyone to his table - now vegans, flexitarians and our fried chicken fans can all enjoy the taste of our Original Recipe together.
"We've worked hard to perfect the flavour and make a Vegan Burger the Colonel would be proud of. It's the flavour of KFC, just with zero chicken."
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