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KFC S’PORE GIVING AWAY 888 PAIRS OF CNY SHORTS, FREE WITH PURCHASE OF CNY MEALS ON 6 FEB

Chinese New Year (CNY) is not just about traditional festivities; it’s also a time to flaunt a fresh and festive look. KFC, the iconic fast-food chain, is set to elevate your CNY style with the debut of its limited-edition HuatWear Shorts, available starting February 6.

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The HuatWear Shorts Debut

Celebrate the Year of the Tiger with KFC’s HuatWear Shorts, designed to infuse your wardrobe with an auspicious flair. The garment’s vibrant red color and intricate design are guaranteed to make you feel extra huat (prosperous) this year.

Aptly labeled HuatWear Shorts, only 888 pieces of this unique apparel have been crafted, adding an element of exclusivity to your festive wardrobe.

These exclusive shorts are not to be missed, but act fast—they’re only available at selected outlets and while stocks last. Ensure you snap up this unique fashion statement for a finger-lickin’ good CNY.

The design of the shorts is no ordinary creation; it came to life in collaboration with Singaporean Feng Shui master Jet Lee. Beyond the bright red color, the shorts feature auspicious symbols, including prosperity coins and longevity peaches. The cheerful God of Fortune adds the perfect finishing touch to the extravagant print.

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Redemption Details

Starting February 6, customers can redeem the HuatWear Shorts for free with the purchase of any Chicken Bak Kwa meal or bundle from KFC’s Lunar New Year menu, featuring the brand’s first-ever halal Chicken Bak Kwa.

The shorts are available for redemption at eight selected outlets across Singapore, creating a convenient opportunity for customers to grab their own pair. The participating outlets include:

  • VivoCity
  • Kallang
  • NEX
  • West Mall
  • Jurong Point
  • NorthPoint City
  • Causeway Point
  • Tampines Mall
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