KFC Is Offering Free Delivery Until April 26th

We're ordering KFC, thanks to free delivery!

While most of us tuck in for a few weeks at home, folks in the service industry are still hard at work, shuffling out orders as quickly as they come in. Postmates is busy as ever, delivering everything from dinner to Shamrock Shakes, and fast-food chains are doing what they can to make life easier for customers. KFC isn’t about to make us go hungry, either.

KFC just announced they’ll be offering free delivery until April 26! Even if you’re working from home, you won’t miss out on those 11 herbs and spices.

Give It up for KFC

Put your KFC Crocs on, because fried chicken and all the sides you can handle are coming right to your door. Until April 26, the largest chain in chicken will be offering free delivery through Grubhub and the official KFC website. The only stipulation is that your order will have to be $12 or above, but it’s a small price to pay for the convenience.

Though the delivery deal doesn’t necessarily come from public health concerns, we can’t help but be grateful. It looks like KFC is doing everything in their power to deliver on the goods without putting you at risk.

Still craving KFC at home? Here’s the secret to KFC’s fried chicken.

Remember Your Delivery Etiquette

While many of us have the luxury of working from home, KFC and other restaurant employees are still knocking down orders. Their health is important to keep in mind, too. Remember to wash your hands before and after handling your order, and send someone else to the door if you’ve been feeling the sniffles.

It’s important to appreciate service employees now more than ever, so if you order KFC’s free delivery, don’t be afraid to tip well! Feeling pizza instead? Here’s how much to tip your delivery driver.

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Having a passion for writing her whole life, Laurie joined the Taste of Home team to bring together her two favorite things—creative writing and food. She spends most of her time playing with her dog, drafting up short stories and, of course, trying out new recipes.