If you’ve been out on your lunch break today, you might have probably been wondering what is going on at all KFC outlets across Malaysia. Even the KFC outlets near our office have been packed with people lining up like a flurry of moths to a lightbulb! So what on Earth is creating these crazy lines at KFC?
It’s this, of course! For today only (20th February 2020), you can get two snack plates for only RM20. And the promotion applies for the whole day!
So as you can imagine, with us Malaysians being Malaysians, nobody is willing to miss out such an incredible deal. Hello, that’s RM10 per plate of fried chicken!
And as you can expect, lots of people have been turning up to join in the deal and lines have been seen snaking around many KFC outlets literally everywhere.
Don’t believe us? Just check out these photos posted on Facebook by netizens in Malaysia!
For KFC outlets that are located in shoplots, people are even willing to wait under the hot sun to get the deal weih! Damn dedication!
So if you’re close to a KFC outlet today, you may want to take advantage of this deal before the end of today! Like we said, it’s applicable throughout this entire day (20th February 2020), so don’t let it go to waste!
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