KFC offers menu items at 1987 prices

In celebration of 30 years in China, KFC will offer selected menu items at their original prices.
Ti Gong

Shanghai’s Oriental Pearl Tower became a massive advertisement for American fast food giant KFC Thursday night, celebrating 30 years’ business in China.

American fast food giant KFC is offering its Chinese customers a number of menu items at their original prices from when the chain opened its first restaurant in China.

As part of the chain’s “Hello 1987” campaign, a serving of KFC’s iconic mashed potato and gravy will go for just 0.8 yuan (US 12 cents), and two-piece chicken wings will only set you back 3.2 yuan, from today to Friday.

But the offer is only available to KFC’s WOW members, who will receive electronic coupons that entitle them to such discounts.

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