To support Americans in these times of high inflation, KFC is launching new limited-time offers; will be offering full meal combos for $6 dollars
KFK announced several limited-time affordable meal deals for American consumers who are feeling a strain on their pockets from high prices caused by inflation.
As of now, KFC’s 2-Piece Drum & Thigh Combo Meal is just $6.
The full meal deal includes two pieces of KFC’s famous Fried Chicken in Original Recipe or Extra Crispy, a side of creamy mashed potatoes and gravy, a warm flaky Southern biscuit and a medium drink for just $6. It’s available in restaurants, online at KFC.com and on the KFC mobile app.
Customers can even skip the drive-thru line by placing a Quick Pick-Up order at participating restaurants on the KFC mobile app or on KFC.com.
In addition to this new combo, KFC has extended its limited-time $5 Mac & Cheese Bowl offer, available only on the KFC Mobile App and KFC.com through November 13. Available in Classic and Spicy (with Nashville hot sauce), the bowl includes KFC cheddar mac and cheese, crispy popcorn chicken and a dash of tri-cheese mix, all for $5 (plus tax).
For those looking to feed the whole family, KFC has a meal with a gift deal. For a limited time, purchasing a 12-piece or larger meal will include a free bucket of beverages of your choice through 9/11. The KFC Single Beverage Bucket holds a half gallon of any KFC beverage, including carbonated beverages.
“We know consumers are feeling a squeeze on their pocketbooks, and these affordable meal deals make it easy for them to enjoy the KFC favorites they love,” said Nick Chavez, CMO, KFC USA.
Offer is for a limited time and only at participating locations. The prices may vary. Promotion is not available on third party ordering websites/apps.
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