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You Can Get Free Delivery On Buckets From KFC Until May & Delivery Is Contactless

It's finger lickin' good - after you've washed your hands, of course.

Are you looking to save a bit of money on your next takeout order? KFC Canada free delivery is now available across the country until the beginning of May for orders of buckets. Plus, delivery is completely contactless so you don't have to worry about getting your food while also keeping your distance.

KFC Canada is offering Canadians a tasty deal online that'll make staying in your home a little more bearable.

When you order through their website, you can get free delivery on all buckets until May 3 with the code WEDELIVER.

In an Instagram post, the fast-food chain announced the deal and said that you can "enjoy all your favourites at home with free delivery."

For the safety of customers and employees, all KFC restaurants in Canada have moved to contactless operations until further notice which includes contactless delivery.

When you're ordering online, you don't have to choose that as an option. It is automatically in place for all orders.

So you can still get your food without having to come in contact with another person.

You can get free delivery on an eight-piece bucket and fries to feed yourself or a 20-piece bucket feast to feed the whole family and everything in between.

Since dining rooms are closed or have reduced seating options, locations across Canada are offering take-out, drive-thru and delivery services while they remain open.

In-store, all sanitation, handwashing and health policies are continuing to be reinforced.

Additional cleaning standards and protocols have also been implemented to keep everybody safe and healthy.

In a letter to Canadians, Nivera Wallani, president and general manager at KFC Canada said, "thank you for letting the Colonel cook for your families for nearly 65 years. In times like these, we appreciate the loyalty and support of our customers."

There are more than 600 KFC locations in every province and territory in Canada.

You can check online to see if your local restaurant offers delivery.