KFC Keep Fit Challenge logo. Those nifty boxes came with chicken, a side of macaroni (not to mention the re-usable container it came in) and a drink. They also had two Keep Fit Points on each box, so for two kids, we got a total of four points.
I thought, surely I'll be collecting these points forever. We don't eat KFC too often, so the reality is that we'd never save up enough points for the bike. So I aimed a little lower and was surprised at the prizes they offer -- they were nice and would be great for home or to donate to your child's school.
The prizes at the 5 point level aren't really worth getting (a bucket of sidewalk chalk, among a few others), so definitely keep saving. At 10 points, you can get a playground kickball that would be lots of fun. They also have a rubber football and a KFC branded youth football, along with a kite, at that level. The prizes get progressively nicer as you save, with plenty of play equipment showing up as prizes. What I liked about the prizing scheme is that you aren't saving up a lot of points for little return. If the kids eat there once a month even, it will only be a few months until I can get something nice for them with the points. Parents with multiple kids will rack up points even faster.
It will take 50 points to get a girl's or boy's bike, so if you're saving up for that, you're in for the long haul. Still, a lot of times a ball team might stop somewhere to eat and having a healthier meal might appeal. Just be sure to collect all those points and get something your team can really enjoy.
Check it out at the KFC Keep Fit Challenge site.