Kentucky Fried Chicken, popularly known as KFC, is a subsidiary of Yum Brands in India, and a leading American fast food restaurant chain specializing in fried chicken and burgers. The company was founded by Harland Sanders in 1930 and was the first fast-food chain to enter India in the 1990s. It has over 18,875 restaurants across 118 countries. In India, it is currently operating in Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi NCR, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Mumbai, Pune and Vishakhapatnam.
Why Should You Order From KFC?
Uses Top-Quality Ingredients
KFC uses the best quality and internationally certified ingredients; its products contain 100% real chicken and zero trans fats. The nutritional analysis of its products is done by internationally certified NABL and ISO 17025 laboratories.
Flavoursome Chicken Buckets
The restaurant brand has one of the best chicken bucket options readily available in all major parts of the country. KFC's chicken bucket is fresh, juicy and serves as a wholesome meal for its customers.
Add Hope Initiative
Customers not only enjoy a wholesome meal at KFC for themselves but also indirectly sponsor meals for the underprivileged children in India. The fast-food chain donates Rs 5 for even meal purchased by a customer.
KFC History, Inception, Founders, Investors
Harland Sanders, the founder of KFC, started serving his first-ever customer way back in the 1930's with his home-made recipe of fried chicken. After gaining popularity amongst locals, he expanded his small stall into a full-time restaurant with 142 seats. From then on the company grew larger and larger and is now the world's second-largest restaurant chain in terms of revenue. It now serves to over 22620 locations and earns annual revenue of $23 billion worldwide.
Special Savings using KFC Offers
KFC Wednesday Offers
KFC offers exclusive deals on each Wednesday; customers can enjoy free delivery, cashbacks, instant discounts, and combo offers by ordering their favourite food items on this day of the week. Kfc Offers are applicable for different segments depending upon the food items being ordered.
Buy Combo Meals
Combo meals offer excellent value in terms of quantity and price. Some of KFC's combos provide the best value to a customer, select from large/medium or small combo options to make the most of your meal.
Use Mobile Wallets for Payments
Customers can also enjoy additional KFC coupons & discounts when placing their orders via popular food delivery platforms like Zomato and Swiggy. Payments can be made by using existing cashback available in your mobile wallets such as PhonePe, PayTM etc.
How to Save More on KFC with CashKaro
CashKaro offers exclusive cashback deals from various retailers on top of all other discounts. This cashback can then be directly transferred into your bank account. Just follow these simple steps to avail CashKaro Cashback:
Step 1: Visit CashKaro.com on your browser or download the CashKaro app from your Android or iOS device.
Step 2: Search for 'KFC' from the search bar and go to KFC store page.
Step 3: Click on the orange Avail cashback / See Coupons button on KFC store page.
Step 4: Copy among any Kfc coupons you like (when available), sign-in if needed, and you will be redirected to KFC store page.
Continue your shopping as usual, and the cashback amount will be credited to your CashKaro account within the prescribed period.
Best KFC Offers, Coupons, and Codes For January 2021
|KFC Offers Today||Offer Details||Validity|
|Kfc Offers||2 Popcorn Rice Bowls with 8 Hot Wings worth Rs 600 at Rs 499||Jan 31, 2021|
|KFC Coupon Code||10 pcs Hot Wings at Rs 250 on orders over Rs 399||Jan 31, 2021|
|KFC Offers||Buy 5 Pc Leg Piece Bucket & 2 Dips at Rs 350||Jan 31, 2021|
Payment options on KFC
- Credit Card
- Debit Card
- Mobile Wallets
- Net Banking
Cancellation and Delivery Charges
- KFC does not allow order cancellation once an order is places, however, orders can be cancelled via delivery partners like Zomato or Swiggy by paying cancellation charges.
- Delivery fee might be applicable depending on the areas of service.
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