KFC has slashed the price of a boneless banquet to £4.99 AND brought back the trilogy box – but you'll need to be quick if you want to snap up the bargains.
Until July 14, diners will save £1.50 on a boneless banquet as the meal normally costs £6.49.
The chicken feast includes three mini fillets, a small popcorn chicken, regular fries, a side, drink and a dip.
There is a catch though – you'll need to sign up to the fast-food chain's app – and be a new user to it.
Customers must first open an account by sharing their name and email address with the company.
Once registered, you'll be given a discount code which you will need to show at the till when you order your food.
There will also be a code to get you £1.01 off a Twister wrap that normally costs £2.50, which can also be claimed in your nearest branch.
This will take the price down to £1.49.
If it's the trilogy box meal you're after, and who can blame you, as we've not seen them in the UK since 2013 – then there's no need to sign up to the app.
The dinner time feast includes a fiery Zinger fillet burger, an original recipe mini fillet and small popcorn chicken.
You'll also get a side of regular fries and a drink thrown in too.
For one week only, it will also be on offer for £6.79, down from £9.56, before returning to its normal price. That's a £2.77 saving.
While you may be keen to get your hands on the food, it's worth noting that a boneless banquet will set you back a huge 920 calories, while the trilogy box contains a whopping 1,150 calories.
To put that in perspective, women are recommended under NHS guidelines to eat 2,000 calories a day and it's 2,500 for men.
The offers are available at all 900 KFC stores – you can find your nearest one here.
We've asked KFC if you can redeem all three offers more than once and we'll update this story as soon as we get a response.
KFC is also trialling its vegan chicken burger, despite initially running out after four days.
It also recently announced that it is to start selling mash potato as a side.
But it has also axed its burritos and replaced them with new Twister wraps- and customers aren't happy.
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