It’s no secret that KFC is a Japanese favorite, especially for Christmas. However, KFC Japan’s new limited-time offers might bring Japanese customers back once more. From now through January 6, KFC locations in Japan are offering a special three-tiered lunch box, according to Rocket News 24.
Each box has fried shrimp, colonel crispy chicken, biscuits, chicken nuggets, French fries, and original recipe chicken. Prices vary based on the amount of chicken in the box. In addition, with the purchase of a lunch box customers get a special ‘New Year’s gift coupon pass,’ which gives a discount on a specific menu item. The coupon can be used an unlimited amount of times, and expires at the end of March 2016.
Lastly, beginning on January 1 and until supplies last, KFC Japan customers can get the KFC fukubukuro, or lucky grab bag. The bag contains five coupons for a two-piece order of original recipe chicken and a bottle of honey-maple topping for biscuits. The bag costs 2,500 yen or $25.
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