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  Reply # 1525504 4-Apr-2016 07:45
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PhantomNVD: Very innovative SA menu, but I'm glad those aren't $nz prices!

 

Just divide by 10 for NZ$. Pretty sure you cant buy a tower burger here for <$4


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  Reply # 1525530 4-Apr-2016 08:49
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Off topic I know, but my current bugbear with KFC is them charging $1 to swap sides out in their meals - I don't want Fries AND Potato and Gravy, I want a Coleslaw. Looks like a deliberate money grab to me.


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  Reply # 1525545 4-Apr-2016 09:12
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Goosey:

 

Does anyone remember the 80s when KFC were quite regular with their innovative marketing?

 

I can recall those 3D shades and some kind of promo code that you had to enter on a device in store amongst other things. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Yup, the 3D glasses were for a movie TV2 aired, some King Kong type thing, remember going next door to watch it (we didnt have a TV then), and didnt see a single thing in 3D until the end of the movie where someone was letting off fireworks, and the smoke appeared to be in front of me....

 

 





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Goosey:

 

Does anyone remember the 80s when KFC were quite regular with their innovative marketing?

 

I can recall those 3D shades and some kind of promo code that you had to enter on a device in store amongst other things. 

 

 

 

How about back in the day when their advertising was more....truthful. It would be interesting to see a modern version of this....

 


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