KFC is offering chicken lovers a boneless bucket of mini fillets for £10.
There is a catch though as the mouth watering deal is only available for a limited period through delivery apps.
The boneless buckets of 10 mini fillets with 100% chicken breast are a popular KFC dish but are not a permanent fixture on the fast food chain’s menu.
They were most recently served up for a fiver during a limited period in February.
The next best comparison is a Dipping Boneless Feast that comes with four regular fries, two large sides and a large bottle of drink.
This would cost £19.99 and is available in restaurants and on delivery.
KFC said the £10 boneless bucket deal can only be used on delivery apps for a limited period but hasn’t confirmed when it will end.
You can arrange a KFC delivery through Deliveroo, Just Eat or Uber Eats.
There may be a delivery charge depending how far you live from a KFC.
You will need to register and enter your postcode to arrange delivery and the app or website will show how much it will cost to receive your food.
Customers can also now order Krushems for delivery from KFC.
You can order a refreshing Oreo, Malteser or Milkybar Krushem through Deliveroo, Just Eat or Uber Eats from just £2.49.
KFC’s sweet chilli chicken and Kansas BBQ bites have also returned to the menu.
They are available in restaurants, via drive thru or the KFC app for £1.99 or delivery for £2.59.
KFC has more than 900 branches across the UK. Use the KFC store locator to find your nearest restaurant and opening times.
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