Kentucky Friend Chicken Coupons & Discounts
Most KFC locations offer a senior discount to guests 55 and older. This discount normally is a free drink with the purchase of a meal.
Customers can also enroll in the Colonel’s Email Club. This can be done at the same time as the coupon registration by checking the boxes available on that page. If you enroll in the email club, you will receive emails about promotions, coupons and recipes.
The 2016 Entertainment book features coupons for KFC in some locations. If you don't have a book or mobile app, you can get one here.
Clippable coupons are often found in the local newspaper, ads and fliers.
Printable coupons can often be found on coupon websites such as RetailMeNot.com, Dealspl.us and CouponMountain.com.
Printable coupons can be printed out using a home computer and then taken to the restaurant to use.
KFC coupons, specials and deals usually have an expiration date and a limited time use.
Many locations offer a military discount of at least 10% off to all active and retired military with a valid ID. Check with your local KFC to see what they offer.
The 2016 Save Around coupon book at times offers KFC coupons for some locations. Check out the Save Around official website to see if they offer coupons in your area.
About Kentucky Friend Chicken Restaurants
Headquarters: 1441 Gardiner Lane, Louisville KY 40213
KFC’s chicken comes in Original Recipe, Grilled and Extra Crispy. In addition to chicken, they have pot pies, wings, Chicken and Biscuit Bowls, rice bowls, mashed potato bowls, sandwiches, biscuits, sides and desserts. Meals are offered with the chicken of your choice, a biscuit and sides.
The KFC Corporation headquarters is located in Louisville, Kentucky. The United States has over 5,200 restaurants and there are over 15,000 throughout the rest of the world.
Kentucky Fried Chicken was opened by Harland Sanders in 1930. The first restaurant was located in a small room in the front of a gas station in Corbin, Kentucky. It was called Sanders Court & Café. Sanders was made an honorary Kentucky Colonel in 1936 by the Governor of Kentucky.