Customer Satisfaction Survey

Complete this short survey and receive a FREE coupon eligible for 15% OFF of your next KFC purchase.

KFC Survey Details

Complete the Your KFC United Kingdom survey (, and receive a FREE coupon for 15% OFF (reward varies, check your receipt), redeemable upon your next visit to KFC! Previous purchase required. Must have a recent receipt with survey invitation. The receipt is valid for 3 days after purchase. The coupon is valid for 14 days.
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Survey Reward FREE Coupon for 15% OFF
Time To Complete 3-5 Minutes
Receipt Valid For 3 Days
Coupon Valid For 14 Days

Survey Tips & Tricks

  1. Be sure to write down the validation code on your receipt to activate the coupon
  2. No survey invitation? Just go there and buy a drink, save the receipt - poof, you now have a valid survey invitation
  3. Limit one Free coupon code per receipt, per visit
  4. It appears there's no limit to how many times you can take the survey and get your free coupon, you just need a valid survey invitation

Other Coupons & Deals

KFC is currently offering a rewards program for loyal customers. Check out the KFC Rewards page for more information on that.

Ready to Speak Your Mind?

5 Responses

  1. Love the new Berwick upon Tweed KFC.
    Shame the young person taking our order never smiled once and was very rude and aggresive. Never once said thank you. Please train your staff better. The name on the receipt was Menha Khan. I won’t be visiting again.

  2. Bought KFC was going do survey there copy of receipt and my receipt completely different my receipt doesn’t put outlet down to specific code wat a con not bought KFC for while wont be buying again anytime soon argh

  3. I bought a zinger meal and the Donegal place store was about to close the zinger itself was not fresh must have been under heat for sometime was rubbery and chewy

  4. Kfc epsom has opened was excited now had i am disapointed fed up with loads of legs and wings and one breast cut in two pieces and i cannot eat skins on my chips this is just laziness and adding vat to the bill is not right and will be informing trading standards big disappointment

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