"Equally, our fans have been amazing over the past few months, so we are rolling out price reductions across our menu too.". The bran… Following the Chancellor’s announcement, KFC said the introduction of VAT reduction is “welcome news” in a statement on Twitter. KFC Menu. KFC Prices. We've rounded up the sentimental, funny and quirky gifting ideas for Christmas 2020, Millions of families can get £150 off their council tax bills because of coronavirus, Local authorities have been given a £500million budget to support vulnerable households during the pandemic - and this includes those struggling during the second lockdown, Best facial cleansing balms that melt away dirt and make up, Cleansing the face properly is key to removing your makeup and any dirt that gets trapped along the way. For further details of our complaints policy and to make a complaint please click here. ", READ MORE: KFC opens 500 stores across the UK today. Our journalists strive for accuracy but on occasion we make mistakes. But in general, your favourite KFC meal could have been reduced by 50p, and a number of KFC buckets have also been slashed by £1. Wetherspoon price cut: Food and drink prices cut by up to 28 percent, Rishi Sunak could slash tax in new Brexit economic plan, Family Feast sharing bucket (six pieces) - £13.99, Family Feast sharing bucket (10 pieces) £16.99. VAT is being cut from 20 per cent to 5 … The fast food chain said it's boneless bucket would keep it's new, £5, price until until July 19. Purchases over £10 will still receive £10 cashback and it applies to any restaurant available on Just Eat. The good news is that from tomorrow chicken fans will see a huge price drop at the fast food giant. VAT on holidays: Do you pay VAT on flights and hotels? Normally, a boneless bucket - which comes with 10 mini fillets - costs £10 but the "boneless budget bucket" will cost £4.99 in the deal. Current deals include the Zinger Burger meal is down to £3.99  from £4.99, while the Boneless Banquet Meal is now only a fiver and the 12 Piece Boneless Dipping Feast is £18.99. ON top of its half price boneless bucket deal, KFC has said it will reduce prices across a number of "fan favourites". From Wednesday, July 15, restaurants, cafes and takeaways will be subject to a lower VAT rate of five percent down from 20 percent. 679215 Registered office: 1 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9GF. KFC has cut the price of its boneless bucket from £10 to £5 - along with a load of other items as it responds to VAT cuts. It is due to last until January 2021 which will aim to help the economy throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Prices vary depending on the branch, but typically a family feast six piece sharing bucket will cost £12.99 instead of £13.99, while a party bucket will set you back £24.99, down from £25.99. To help the UK economy recover from the effects of COVID-19, Chancellor Rishi Sunak announced VAT for the hospitality and tourism sector would drop. This service is provided on News Group Newspapers' Limited's Standard Terms and Conditions in accordance with our Privacy & Cookie Policy. Make the most of your money by signing up to our newsletter for. Also on offer is the classic Boneless Banquet - which is down from £6.49 to just £5. The scheme will run from August 3 to August 31, 2020. [ANALYSIS]KFC open: Britons get in huge queue to buy fast food as chains reopen [PICTURES]. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. "Over the coming weeks, we’ll be running more fantastic deals on top of that and will play our part in supporting the new Eat Out to Help Out scheme. The total discount is capped at £10 per customer, and can be used to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks when dining in. KFC Prices and Locations. KFC has indicated it will register for the Chancellor’s Eat Out to Help Out Scheme so customers could see even more savings next month. KFC price list: KFC said they welcomed the cut on VAT for hospitality businesses, KFC reopens 700 branches in UK with new menu, KFC price list: KFC stores are offering discounts and offers this week, Nando's opening hours: When is Nando's reopening? KFC is cutting the price of its boneless bucket today from £10 to £5 - as it slashes prices due to the VAT cut. KFC will not be reducing all the prices on its current menu in light of the VAT reduction. Their slogan is finger lickin good and they have been providing juicy, delicious, finger lickin chicken in a variety of ways for generations. News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. But a number of items across their menu will see a drop in price due to the announcement. Subscribe to Daily Mirror and Sunday Mirror newspapers, drop the tax on a string of items from 20% to 5%, next KFC, absolutely free with TopCashback and Just Eat, order KFC through TopCashback and Just Eat, TopCashback will refund 100% of the purchase order value up to £10 cashback on purchases at Just Eat, Purchases over £10 will still receive £10 cashback and it applies to any restaurant available on Just Eat, KFC reopen seating areas in 100 stores so customers can dine in, Pubs and restaurants signed up to new 50% off Eat Out to Help Out scheme, New Universal Credit mobile phone deal includes unlimited data, calls & texts for £10, Jobseekers claiming certain means-tested benefits can now apply for a tariff that offers unlimited data, minutes and texts for £10 a month - here's who qualifies, Best crisps in Britain officially ranked from Walkers Cheese and Onion to Pringles, Walkers got two of the top three slots, while fans of Frazzles and Skips will be happy to hear they made the top 10 - but Wotsit lovers might be in for a surprise as a definitive ranking of the nation's favourites saw them barely scrape into the top 20, Workers earning above £19,500 'face higher taxes' to help cover coronavirus bill, It comes as latest figures show the Treasury borrowed £208billion in the first six months of the current financial year - up £175billion on the same period in 2019, Rishi Sunak hints Eat Out to Help out could make a comeback as economy lags behind, The latest figures for the economy show that the UK has recovered less well than almost all our major rivals - and that means we could see a return of Eat Out to Help Out this winter, Billionaire brothers behind B&M to net £44m windfall as coronavirus doubles profits, While most of the high street struggles, B&M Bargains has gone from strength to strength - with its owners pocketing a £44million payout as a result of its soaring sales, If there's a lady in your life you'd like to treat this Christmas, look no further.