You Can Win A Year Of Free Chicken At Jollibee’s Grand Opening In Regina This Weekend
Looks like Saskatchewan is getting an early Christmas present this year. Jollibee is bringing their Jolly Crispy Chicken and other Philippines-inspired fast food to Regina on Sunday, December 22. The best part is that free chicken for a year could be yours.
Here's how you can win: on opening day, be among the first 50 people in line that buys more than $25 worth of their delicious food.
Then, Jollibee Canada will post a photo of a bucket of chicken online on opening day. You'll have to guess how many pieces of chicken are in the bucket to win.
They call the prize "One Year of Joy" and you could win a six-piece bucket of Jolly Crispy Chicken every month for a year.
In a press release, Maribeth Dela Cruz, the President of JFC Philippine Brands Group North America said that they knew "Saskatchewan had to be next on our list as this province has a strong Filipino community and continues to grow."
People are very serious about this funky fast-food chain. When other locations have opened in Canada, people camp out all night to be first.
Jollibee is also opening a new location in Ontario this month. The new Thornhill location will be the fourth location in the province.
Can't wait for the opening? There's actually a secret advanced-tasting of the menu for just 50 of the biggest chicken fans on Saturday, December 21.
Find out how you can snag your spot by checking out Facebook Page.
If you haven't tried their chicken before, then it's hard to describe what you're missing out on.
It has a devoted following, though, and they describe it as "crispylicious on the outside and juicylicious on the inside" if that helps paint a picture.
Narcity has reached out to Jollibee for more info and will update this story.
Jollibee’s Grand Opening In Regina
Price: Free to attend, menu items
When: Opens Sunday, December 22 at 8 a.m.
Address: Jollibee, 2830 Quance Street, Regina, SK
Why You Need To Go: Line up for the chance to win free chicken for a year and try the first-ever Jollibee's in Saskatchewan.