A spokesman for the fast food chain has confirmed that its restaurants at the Docks, on Fishergate and at Deepdale are all opening today with the KFC at Lostock Hall expected to open later on this evening.
KFC has 900 sites in the United Kingdom and just 279 are still open.
The popular fast food chain switched its delivery contract to DHL last week, with the courier service blaming "operational issues" for the disruption in supply.
Others are open with severely limited menus, including one restaurant in Bristol which could only offer BBQ beans, lettuce and popcorn chicken.
Last week, KFC said the closures had been caused after it had taken on a new delivery partner, DHL, and apologized for the shortages.
"We are committed to step-by-step improvements to allow KFC to reopen its stores over the coming days".
Bosses say the chain at the Heliport Retail Park is temporarily shut will maintenance work is carried out.
At the time of writing, 69 per cent said chicken was more important.
It wasn't finger-lickin' good at this KFC restaurant in Britain.
However, the GMB union claimed it had warned KFC that switching from previous courier Bidvest to DHL was a mistake.
"It's too early to confirm how long it will take to clear the backlog".
Police in London joined them in tweeting the chicken shortage was "not a police matter" but neither force could confirm if it had received calls.
There has been a nationwide chicken shortage since Saturday after teething problems with KFC's new delivery partner resulted in stores having to close. Part of the problem they have faced is due to the change in the supply systems, switching from processing orders from six warehouses to just one distribution centre.
KFC confirmed DHL is still waiting for an application for a cold storage license to be completed, but added local environmental health officers visited the firm's facility Tuesday and "were satisfied with all arrangements".
However, 80 per cent of KFC outlets are run on a franchise basis.