KFC is doing half price Zinger Stacker burgers this Saturday
KFC fans can get a half price Zinger Stacker burger this Saturday, July 25.
The spicy menu option usually costs £5.48 – so you’ll pick one up for around £2.74.
Prices vary between restaurants, so the exact discount may differ slightly – but you’ll still get 50 per cent off the price you pay.
To claim your half price Zinger Stacker burger, go into any qualifying branch and ask for the “NOMO Zinger Stacker”.
The deal is only available in restaurants, meaning you can’t get it online or on the KFC app.
KFC customers can claim their discounted Zinger Stacker burger all-day on Saturday, July 25.
It’ll only be available on this day, so make a note in your diary so you don’t miss out.
Sadly, the discount doesn’t count for Zinger Stacker meals, which includes the burger plus a side and drink.
In case you’ve never tried one, a Zinger Stacker burger is made with two fiery zinger fillets, topped with two slices of cheese, supercharger and sweet chilli sauce.
It typically contains 780 calories – so keep this in mind if you’re watching your weight after lockdown.
In the UK, the average man is recommended to consume no more than 2,500 calories a day, while it’s 2,000 for women.
We’ve asked KFC for full details on how many restaurants are taking part, plus if there’s a limit on how many burgers they’re giving away.
This isn't the only deal KFC is doing – the fried chicken chain recently brought back its Chicken Tuesdays offer where you can get nine pieces of chicken for £6.
It's also slashed the price of sharing buckets by £1 and cut the cost of "fan favourites" by 50p following the VAT cut by Chancellor Rishi Sunak.
KFC has around 900 branches in the UK.
To find your nearest restaurant, use the KFC online store finder.
KFC has started allowing dine-in customers after the government gave the green light for restaurants to reopen.
It allowed 100 branches to reopen for eat-in on July 4.
The Sun is also checking how many restaurants they now have open for dine-in.
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