Kentucky Fried Chicken may be a favorite Christmas food in Japan, but thanks to this limited-time offer, the feasting may just have to continue!
The winter holidays are a time for family, presents and eating copious amounts of food. While you probably know that KFC can help you make the most of your Christmas, it can also help you fill your belly for the New Year season, and with the goodies in the 2016 fukubukuro (lucky bag), you can keep on eating through spring!
From now until January 6, KFC locations around Japan are offering a special three-tiered lunch box. Each box comes with fried shrimp, colonel crispy chicken, biscuits, chicken nuggets, a large french fries and original recipe chicken. There are three different sizes to choose from, differing in their amount of chicken: matsu has eight pieces for 3,000 yen (US$25), take has six pieces for 2,500 yen ($20), ume for four pieces for 2,000 yen ($16).
On top of all that, you also get a “New Year’s gift coupon pass,” which gives you a discount on a certain menu item. This is no ordinary coupon, though: you get to use this coupon as many times as you want until March 31, 2016. That’s over three months KFC discounts!
But wait, there’s more! Starting on January 1 and continuing until supplies last, you can get the KFC fukubukuro, lucky grab bag. Within the special tote bag, you’ll get five coupons for two-piece original recipe chicken ($20 value), and a bottle of honey-maple topping for biscuits. You can get all of that for 2,500 yen ($20).
Sure, fried chicken can be greasy and heavy, and you might start to feel like you should eat some vegetables instead, but when you feel like that, remember all of the great deals to be had. Three-tiered lunch boxes, coupons that last until spring and even more chicken coupons! Happy bellies all around! Hurrah for holidays at KFC!
Source and images: Rocket News
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