KFC Singapore S$2 Discount $10 spend with Trust Cards till 31 July 2024 UPDATED 6 May 2024

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Starts1 May 2024 (Wed)Ends31 Jul 2024 (Wed)
Location KFC
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KFC Singapore and Trust Bank have a tantalizing offer that promises to delight foodies across the nation

The promotion, which commenced on the 1st of May, is set to run until the 31st of July 2024, offering a S$2 discount on a minimum spend of S$10 at all participating KFC outlets island-wide.

The discount is applicable for the first 5,000 redemptions each month, ensuring a fair chance for early birds to snag the deal. This initiative is part of a broader campaign to encourage the use of Trust Bank’s financial services, specifically through their Trust card, which must be presented at the time of purchase.

Customers can enjoy this offer when ordering over-the-counter or online, for both dine-in and takeaway options, exclusively with their Trust card. However, the promotion is not valid at KFC Sentosa, Singapore Polytechnic, and Singapore Zoo.

Trust Bank is also using this opportunity to welcome new customers. Those who sign up for a Trust Bank Savings Account will receive a Trust debit card and a S$10 FairPrice E-Voucher as a welcome gift. The voucher can be claimed using the referral code [ QP4KSSYY ].

Further details about the savings account and its benefits are available on Trust Bank’s website. Additionally, KFC has made it simple for customers to find their nearest participating outlet here.

This partnership between KFC Singapore and Trust Bank reflects a growing trend of collaborations between food and beverage establishments and financial institutions, aiming to provide value-added services and benefits to customers in Singapore.

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