KFC Lets a Customer Use a 30-Year-Old Coupon
It’s always a bummer when you find a coupon in your wallet or stuffed in a drawer somewhere that has already expired. That short-lived excitement of getting a great deal? All gone. But just because that coupon is expired, don’t let your money-saving dreams be squashed!
Paul Boyd of North Carolina, for reasons unknown, has held on to a KFC coupon that expired in 1986. And just recently, since it was the 30-year-anniversary of the expiration of the coupon, he decided to try and cash it in for the Tuesday meal deal. With the coupon, he could get a three-piece chicken meal for just $2.59, instead of the nearly $9 that the same meal goes for these days! The restaurant he went into honored the coupon, everyone took a picture together, and Boyd saved seven bucks.
It just doesn’t seem worth it to carry that thing around for 30 years for such a small savings. But to each their own!
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