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Valentines Day: fast food freebies and deals from KFC to Nando's

 (Ed Jones / AFP via Getty Images)
(Ed Jones / AFP via Getty Images)

It’s almost Valentine’s Day, which makes people think about sweet treats and loving gestures.

However, who says that love has to be costly?

Fast-food places have thought about their customers and introduced fantastic deals and even freebies to make Valentine’s Day a little less stressful.

Here are some of the best deals you can expect on Valentine’s Day.

KFC

Jessica Pardoe attends the KFC Love at First Height Campaign at KFC Waterloo (Kate Green / Getty Images for KFC)
Jessica Pardoe attends the KFC Love at First Height Campaign at KFC Waterloo (Kate Green / Getty Images for KFC)

Customers can get a complimentary tower burger at KFC Leicester Square from noon to 4pm on Valentine’s Day, but only if you’re telling the truth about your height.

However, you will be measured to verify your height. It also works on a first-come, first-serve basis, to the first 50 honest customers.

In order to check customers' heights, KFC is collaborating with Jessica Pardoe, the tallest woman in Britain.

Domino’s

The pizza chain has sped up site openings this year (Tim Goode / PA Wire)
The pizza chain has sped up site openings this year (Tim Goode / PA Wire)

It wouldn’t be Valentine’s Day without a heart-shaped deal from Domino’s.

Get any small pizza for £8, any medium pizza for £10, or any large pizza for £12.

Pizza Hut

Enjoy a heart-shaped pizza (Pizza Hut)
Enjoy a heart-shaped pizza (Pizza Hut)

If you’re not a Domino’s fan, don’t worry: Pizza Hut has your back.

For a limited time, heart-shaped pizzas are available at Pizza Hut but costs will vary based on size and toppings.

Nando’s

A Nando’s restaurant in Nottingham (Tim Goode / PA)
A Nando’s restaurant in Nottingham (Tim Goode / PA)

Nando’s is treating its loyal customers this year with a sharing platter.

With your special someone, split a shared platter of peri-peri chicken, sides, and dips. The location and selection affect the price.

LEON

The deal comes months after EG bought the food chain (Leon / PA Media)
The deal comes months after EG bought the food chain (Leon / PA Media)

If you prefer to take advantage of healthier options, then LEON would be the place to go.

Savour a delectable and nutritious Valentine's Day dinner for two that includes an appetiser, a main course, and a dessert. Costs differ based on choices and region.

McDonald’s

A pink menu is available until March (Jonathan Brady / PA)
A pink menu is available until March (Jonathan Brady / PA)

Although McDonald’s aren’t offering any deals, they have introduced new items for Valentine’s Day.

These include a pink KitKat McFlurry and a new hot pie. They are only available through the McDonald’s app.

The cost of the KitKat Ruby Chocolate McFlurry will remain unchanged. Instead of chocolate, it features raspberry sauce and chunks of Ruby Chocolate KitKat.

The Raspberry and White Chocolate Pie for Valentine’s is priced at £1.99.

The pink menu is available until March 12 so, if you don’t fancy a sweet treat on Valentine’s Day, you could still grab it later.

Some classics have also made a return, including mozzarella sticks and the Big Tasty.