80-piece KFC popcorn chicken bucket that's trending all over the UK is only available in one Scottish city

A new deal introduced by KFC is causing a stir online, however fried chicken fans were left feeling envious after it was revealed it will only be available in some Scottish restaurants.

Published 25th Oct 2019
Updated 25 th Oct 2019

After user James Dougal posted on www.hotukdeals.com that his local KFC were offering 80 pieces of popcorn chicken for under £6, people took to social media to declare their delight.

https://twitter.com/Jacobpricedj/status/1187431526012772353

Fans of the fast food then scrambled to find out if the incredible deal was on offer at their local restaurants.

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However, they were quickly dismayed to learn that the offer only applies to select branches in Scotland, and that it has only been rolled out exclusively across ten stores around Glasgow.

James then teased fellow fans on the page by stating that he'd bought it but struggled to finish it, posting a pic of a quarter full bucket, he wrote: "Still got 25+ left! And this was full to the top! and I can't eat any more!"

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Currently, the deal is reportedly available in Cumbernauld, Glasgow Nitshill Road and Glasgow London Road as well as Hamilton Palace Grounds Retail Park, Motherwell and Wishaw.

KFC have yet to confirm whether the deal will be available in the rest of the UK anytime soon.

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