KFC Is Selling 70-Piece Popcorn Chicken Buckets Right Now for Just $10

You can have a bucket delivered, too.

KFC’s slogan—”It’s finger-lickin’ good!”—might need a bit of an update in the age of coronavirus. But nonetheless, we do love the Colonel’s best chicken, and while we’re stuck in quarantine, we have plenty of time to plan our next order.

The chain’s new popcorn chicken bucket is the perfect self-isolation treat, and we can’t wait to get our hands on this one!

What’s in this Bucket?

$10 for 70 pieces of popcorn chicken?! Yeah, don’t mind if we do. The box comes with a dipping sauce of your choice, too; the chain offers Honey BBQ, Honey Mustard, Sweet N’ Tangy, Buttermilk Ranch, Creamy Buffalo and Finger Lickin’ Good Sauce. (But we cannot stress this enough: do not lick the Finger Lickin’ Good sauce from your fingers right now. Wash your hands, y’all!)

The whole thing comes in a sturdy KFC-striped box, so it’s practically ready-made for your next The Office marathon. Need some help deciding what to watch? Our guide to secret Netflix codes will help you see the platform in a whole new way.

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I Want One! How Do I Get It?

So, you probably shouldn’t be heading to the restaurant right now to pick up your drool-worthy bucket of chicken. If you do, plan to use the drive thru. But why head out when there are delivery options available?

You can order directly from KFC on the chain’s website, which is the most social-distancing friendly option. And if you thought it couldn’t possibly get better than 70 pieces of chicken for $10, it can. Grubhub delivery is totally free, and customers have the option to go “contactless” throughout the delivery process as well.

There’s so much to love about everything going on here, so what are you waiting for? Turn on the TV, place your order and relax with popcorn chicken. You can thank us later.

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Emily Hannemann
Emily adores both food and writing, so combining those passions as a writer for Taste of Home makes perfect sense. Her work has also appeared in Birds & Blooms and on TV Insider. When she’s not eating peanut butter straight from the jar, you'll find her running or birdwatching. Emily is currently a journalism graduate student at the University of Missouri.