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Coca-Cola and KFC Makes Every Meal More Fun with EmotiCups

Now, there’s an exciting and fun way to show how much diners really feel when eating their favorite finger lickin’ good chicken with families and friends as KFC comes out with the limited edition Coca-Cola EmotiCups.


With the power of emoticons, Coca-Cola together with KFC is giving everyone a fun and creative way to share their feelings using Coke Emoticons, while enjoying the finger-licking goodness of their favorite KFC fried chicken.




Coca-Cola EmotiCups are free for every chicken bucket meal which includes 8 pieces of chicken, 2 spaghetti, 4 rice and 4 medium drinks in collectible EmotiCups. Diners can also avail of the EmotiCups by simply adding P20 to their combo meal with drink, Fully-Loaded meal, Fill-Up Box, 1-Piece chicken meal, or Teriyaki Pepper Steak rice bowl.


Make eating with friends more special and fun with the finger lickin’ good KFC meals and ice-cold Coca-Cola in unique EmotiCups – the latest collaboration between two of the biggest global brands, available from July 8 to September 8 at your nearest KFC branch.


To know more, visit the official Facebook pages of KFC Philippines and Coca-Cola Philippines. Taste the Feeling, Share the Feeling with Coke and KFC.




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