KFC are currently offering an incredible deal to save £7 on a 10-piece bucketSeptember 18, 2020
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If you think that KFC buckets are finger lickin' good then you are in luck.
The American fast food brand are currently doing a deal on their 10-piece buckets of chicken, bringing the price down by £7 to just £10.
Now that is the good type of news we want to hear during such an uncertain year; each piece of chicken only costs £1.
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The deal lasts until 4 October and to get your teeth into it all you have to do is order through food delivery sites including Deliveroo, Just Eat and Uber Eats.
Sadly the deal does not extend to in-store purchases and is delivery only.
If you order through Uber Eats delivery costs may vary, however they start at 79p with a service fee of just £1.
Deliveroo, meanwhile, usually costs around £1.49 with an added service charge of 49p, and for Just Eat fans delivery fees start at £2.49.
But whichever one you choose it is still a fantastic saving.
However if you do want to take being a fast food fan to the next level, perhaps you'll be interested to know that McDonald's are now selling three-foot-long Chicken McNugget body pillows that you can cuddle up to.
After all, isn’t it what most of us want, to spoon with the love of our lives after a long day?
The completely surreal pillows actually look incredible, however they don’t come cheap.
They cost around $90, which translates to £70, which is most probably in part because they are made in collaboration with rapper Travis Scott, AKA Kylie Jenner’s baby daddy.
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McDonald's US chief marketing officer Morgan Flatley told Business Insider that they had decided to collaborate with the musical artist owing to his immense popularity.
He explained: "His ability to kind of see where culture is going and have a hand in where culture is going is really unique.
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"Then you couple that with his huge followership and his fans, social-media footprint, and… 3 billion streams. He just has an incredible audience."
And it does seem that the plan has worked because the first batch of pillows have already sold out online, but if you are looking to buy one they are planning to restock.
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