KFC Is Offering 10 Pieces Of Original Recipe Chicken For £10
In short, you can get 10 pieces of their Original Recipe Chicken for £10 as part of an offer from hotukdeals.
Yes, that's 10 pieces of chicken for just £10. You don't have to be a mathematical genius to work out the rate that goes at.
Of course, because of everything that is going on at the minute, you'll have to go through JustEat to get the chicken delivered to you, but for up to £2.49 for delivery, it's still a pretty decent offer.
Perfect for the weekend, too.
So, if you want to take advantage of this, you can head on over the hotUKdeals and claim it until 21 June.
That gives you a couple of weekends to aim at, right there.
This offer should apply across a wide variety of KFC locations, too.
Back at the end of last month the chicken specialists reopened the doors - for delivery, at least - of 500 of their stores following the lockdown instigated in March.
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Speaking at the time, KFC's general manager for the UK and Ireland, Paula MacKenzie, said: "500 restaurants reopening is a huge milestone.
"It's credit to the hard work of all of our amazing teams in restaurant and we wanted to celebrate the moment.
"We've loved seeing the nation's homemade efforts whilst we've been away, so including a few of them in our new ad is the perfect tribute.
"Some of the creations looked incredible, some less so... now that we're back on delivery, probably best we take it from here!"
If you like, orders are being taken for delivery on KFC from JustEat, Deliveroo, and Uber Eats. However, you'll have to go through JustEat to claim the deal that we're on about here.
In case you're wondering whether your local chain is open, you can look for an open branch near you here.
Opening back up the restaurants has also allowed KFC to keep providing food for the NHS and other key workers.
In partnership with Deliveroo, they've delivered an estimated 10,000 meals per week, on top of the initial 13,000 that they delivered during the first couple of months of lockdown.
Obviously it's not the same as going to the actual restaurant for your chicken, but chowing down on crispy chicken in the comfort of your own home ain't too shabby, either.
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