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KFC Chicken Tuesdays set to end next week -but you can get it free today; There are only two more chances to get some cheap chicken and you can even get it free today.

Byline: By, Stephen Hurrell

KFC's Chicken Tuesday deal offering nine pieces of chicken for [pounds sterling]5.99 is set to end next week.

The fast food chain brought back the Tuesday offer in January but there are just two more chances to get nine pieces of original recipe chicken on the bone for less than [pounds sterling]6.

Chicken Tuesdays will end on 18 February and while the offer is regularly brought back by KFC there is no news on when we can get our hands on cheap chicken in the middle of the week again.

However, if you have a local chicken restaurant you can still get Cheeky Tuesdays on Just Eat. The delivery website is still cutting the prices at selected restaurants on Tuesdays to fill the fast food gap in your life.

The takeaway service is offering customers 20% off all day on Tuesdays and says: "We think people will really appreciate the chance to cheekily bring some of that Friday feeling forward to a Tuesday."

But there is a way to get [pounds sterling]15 worth of KFC chicken or Just Eat orders using an online deal.

Deals website Topcashback currently has a deal for new customers who sign up here that means you can order up to [pounds sterling]15 worth of takeaway from Just Eat and get up to [pounds sterling]15 through cashback -making the deal free.

If you spend over [pounds sterling]15 you will get the full [pounds sterling]15 in cashback.

The deal is available to new customers only. The cashback amount can be redeemed when customers register at Topcashback.co.uk.

See here for more details and the terms and conditions of the deal.

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Author:By, Stephen Hurrell
Publication:Get Surrey (Surrey, England)
Date:Feb 11, 2020
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