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Jollibee's New 4-pc ChickenJoy Family Box

Philippine's best-love fastfood introduces its all-new 4-pc Chicken Joy Family Box!


For the month of June, the 4-pc box of ChickenJoy can be had for the special introductory price of P249, and with two serving of Jolly Spaghetti or two large Jolly Crispy Fries for only P330.

"Finding joy everyday moments has become more important now especially with everything else that's going on outside our homes," said Cathleen Capati, AVP for Jollibee Marketing. "With our new 4-pc ChickenJoy Box, we want to make our best-selling product even more affordable to our valued families and bring our everyday box of joy closer to them."

Have the 4-pc ChickenJoy Family Box safely delivered to your home via the Jollibee Delivery App, or JollibeeDelivery.com, #87000, GrabFood, and foodpanda. It is also available via Drive-Thru and Take Out.


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