Don’t Say Bojio: Free 1-Pc Chicken Set, New Cheesy Turkey Bacon Burger & More at KFC

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Okay, I’ll admit it.

I didn’t think I’ll be writing about KFC so soon, especially after I just wrote the 12.12 KFC promo codes.

But this afternoon, when we received news about KFC’s latest offerings for Singaporeans, we knew we just had to share it with you.

Because good things must share, no?

But KFC, please look to us for advertorials instead of waiting to be featured, please? #Kidding #OkayNotReally

Free 1-Pc Chicken Set When You Sign Up With KFC New App

KFC has recently released a new app for Singaporeans, and it’s sounding pretty finger-lickin’ good, actually.

So, say you’re not in the mood for food delivery. Since you’re going to pass by a KFC outlet on your way home anyway.

Then you walk into the outlet only to realise that the queue’s as long as the JB checkpoint passport queue.

Okay, it’s not that bad. But it’s going to take at least 25 minutes before you can get your food and leave.

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Well, with their new app, it’s going to be a thing of the past.

Their new KFC app allows you not only to order KFC delivered to your doorsteps but also food for dine-in or takeaway.

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So before you reach the outlet, you can slowly browse the menu, choose your food and have your order sent to the restaurant’s kitchen.

When you reach there, go to the counter and pick up your food, sit at a table to eat or bring it home.

If this works, it’s practically no-queue every day at KFC.

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Plus, they have a sign-up offer for you right now.

Simply register an account and you’ll get a 1-piece chicken set meal (U.P $6.50). Simply spend a minimum of $10 at KFC and you’ll be able to redeem the free meal.

The app reward will be in your Rewards wallet. Need to use it? Just add to cart and you’re ready to rock and roll.

Plus, there’s more!

New KFC Breakfast Burger Out In Stores Now

Bacon and cheese might not be that great for your diet, but they’re stuff that just cannot be given up on. Just like how your mom never gave up on you.

KFC agrees, which is why they’re giving you the Cheesy Double Turkey Bacon Burger. Expect not one, not thirty-two, but two crispy turkey bacon and tons of cheese early in the morning.

Other than the main actors, supporting roles include a fresh whole egg, a slice of cheese, then smothered in signature KFC cheese sauce.

All these wrapped in a soft wholemeal bun.

The burger is selling at $5.25 for a single meal

Or, if you’re with a friend (or you just have a big appetite like my very fat colleague), you can get a buddy meal for $9.95

Not the porridge kind of person? They’ve one for the platter too at $10.95

The breakfast burger is only available at selected restaurants serving breakfast before 11 am.

So make sure to check your nearest KFC outlet and see if you’re lucky enough to have it, eh?

Last But Not Least: The Dip, Dunk & Share Bucket Back in KFC Again

If you’re a fan of KFC different sauces and the DDS bucket…

You’ll be psyched to know they’re bringing it back to Singapore this Christmas.

The previous time we tried this, we said it was good enough to start fights among friends and families.

Well, this time, KFC’s upping the ante.

Instead of just sour cream (which goes fabulously well with tenders, btw), they’re giving you something new called Spicy BBQ Pops.

Basically, it’s going to give you that extra kick and crunch.

I guess if the previous one’s enough to start fights, the new DDS bucket could probably start wars.

Each bucket comes with 6 pc Hot & Crispy Tenders, 12 pc Nuggets and 1 medium fries. Sauces include 2 Sour Cream & Onion sauce, 2 BBQ Sauce and 2 tubs of Spicy BBQ Pops.

All that for the price of $15.95.

So what are you waiting for? Time to eat KFC liao! And eat it again if you just used their 12.12 promo codes.

You’re welcome! 😉