KFC customers will soon be unable to collect tickets as part of the loyalty scheme shake-up.
Fast Food Chain has announced that it is ending the Col’s Club loyalty scheme, which has angered some fans.
One Twitter User Said: “@KFC Are You Really Expiring Loyalty Stamps For Customers? I Have Too Many Stamps To Use!”
In an email to customers, KFC said: “It is time for a change, so stamp collection is underway.
“It’s been great, but we have our eye on something else.”
It has teased fast-food fans that the new plan will be “much more fun and faster.”
KFC It hasn’t been announced yet what will replace the tickets but The Sun will update readers as soon as new ones are confirmed.
fast food giants has confirmed that the stamp collection will officially end on July 26.
But KFC has reassured customers that any unused stamps can still be used as part of a “stamp boost scheme”.
If a customer’s account has fewer than 3 tickets on July 26 at 12 noon, KFC will add the minimum number of tickets to the customer’s account to qualify for a free party.
Customers who have 3 to 6 stamps in their account will get a free snack.
You’ll get a £5 discount on any purchase between 7 and 10 tickets.
The Sun has contacted KFC for more details on its new rewards scheme.