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KFC unveils limited-edition Christmas in July jumpers for fans, pets

Two new Christmas sauces were also launched as part of the campaign.

KFC announced the launch of limited-edition Christmas in July jumpers for fans and their four-legged pets.

The jumpers for fans are priced at $59.95 whilst the ones for pet are for $34.95.

KFC will be donating all profits from the jumpers to its charity partners The Black Dog Institute, ReachOut Australia, and Whitelion.

The fast food chain also created a special Christmas in July Feast, featuring two new limited-edition Christmas Cranberry and Christmas Mayo Stuffing dipping sauces.

The bundle, available from July 12 to August 8, also consists of 15 pieces of Original Recipe chicken, 12 Nuggets, 8 Wicked Wings,  1 Large Popcorn Chicken, 3 Large Chips, 1 Large Potato & Gravy and a 1.25L drink. 

KFC also put together a Spotify playlist as part of the Christmas in July activation, full of tracks that “will have you and that legend Uncle Dazza rocking around the Christmas tree,” the chain said.

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