New KFC Contest!
Enter for you chance to win a trip for 4 to New York city! To enter you must obtain a PIN code from a scratch card, when you you make a purchase at KFC.
- Daily Entry
- Open to Canada Only
- Quebec Friendly
- PIN required
- Age of Majority
This Contest Ends January 3, 2016
Kentucky Fried Chicken Menu Options
Check out these menu items. If you don’t feel like cooking tonight, I highly suggest making a special stop at your local KFC restaurant.
- Street Wise Value Meals
- Wraps and Sandwiches
- Boxed Meals
- Snackables and Bowls
- Delicious Signature Sides
For the person who has everything, a Kentucky Fried Chicken Gift Card will surely be a hit. Who doesn’t like juicy, melt-in-your-mouth crispy chicken?
Comes in denominations of $10 and $25 depending on the amount you would like to spend
KFC Colonel Club
Join the exclusive KFC Colonel Club to enjoy special member only pricing and offers
Each week there will be different featured deals for you to enjoy.
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Learn more about KFC
KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken) is a pretty famous fast food restaurant chain based in Louisville, Kentucky, the United States. KFC’s main dish is fried chicken. It is considered the second largest chain of restaurants in the world, after McDonald’s. It operates more than 18,875 locations in about 118 countries around the world. It is owned by Yum! Brands, the owner of the Pizza Hut and Taco Bell chains. During the great depression, an entrepreneur named Harland Sanders opened a restaurant in Corbin, Kentucky, selling fried chicken.
The first KFC restaurant was opened in 1952, in Utah. Since then, fried chicken became one of the most popular fast foods in the United States. “Colonel Sanders”, became a popular figure of American cultural history. The company was sold to John Y. Brown, Jr.and Jack C. Massey, in 1964. Kentucky Fried Chicken was one of the first American restaurant chains to invade international market. By the 1960s, they opened new outlets in Mexico, the United Kingdom, and Jamaica.