Brits can get a Whopper burger absolutely free tomorrow as Burger King relaunches its annual ‘Whopper Day’, and all you have to do to claim is download the restaurant’s app
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Burger King is giving out Whoppers worth £ 5.49 for free – but Brits will need to act fast before the deal ends.
The Whopper has been Burger King’s most popular item since it launched back in 1957, and the restaurant claims to sell 2.1billion every year.
To celebrate Brits’ love of the burger Burger King is launching ‘Whopper Day’ tomorrow and giving the item out totally free.
To claim a free Whopper, customers have to download and log on to the Burger King app.
This gives you a voucher you can use at any Burger King restaurant.
The famous Whopper contains a patty, tomatoes, lettuce, onion, pickle, mayonnaise and ketchup, in a large soft bun.
However, the offer does not include Burger Kings in service stations, airports, train stations or holiday parks.
Brits can get a traditional meat hamburger Whopper or a plant-based one as part of the deal.
Deliveroo customers can also get a free Whopper on any Burger King order over £ 15.
However, vegetarians and vegans should know that the plant-based Whopper is normally cooked on the same grill as Burger King’s meat burgers.
Burger King chief marketing officer Katie Evans said: “This Whopper Day, we hope the nation will join us in enjoying a legendary Whopper.”
The deal is available for one day only, meaning Whopper fans will have to be quick to avoid missing out on a bite of the action.
More good news for Whopper fans is that you can get a £ 1.99 Whopper all year round, every Wednesday, by going into any Burger King restaurant.
One fast food fan is suing Burger King over the size of their Whoppers – saying the sandwich is advertised as large and satisfying but is anything back.
Hungry Walter Coleman claims the burger is actually 35% smaller than portrayed in the company’s adverts.
Coleman and “countless others” say they felt cheated when they discovered the actual size of their grub. Now he is demanding Burger King be held accountable for allegedly misleading the public.
The lawsuit, filed last week in the US District Court in Southern Florida, claims that Burger King is misrepresenting the size of its food in its ads.
Customers are continually “duped into buying a substandard product”, it states.
In addition to damages, the lawsuit also demands that Burger King “correct the deceptive behavior.”
A spokesperson for the restaurant said: “Burger King does not comment on pending or potential litigations.”
Last month The Mirror reported that Burger King plans to open 200 more restaurants in the UK by 2026.
However, it has not revealed where it plans to open any new outlets.
Brits’ love for Burger King meant it sold £ 211.7million of food in 2021 – up 68% on the year before.
The restaurant chain swung to a £ 33.4million operating profit for the year, compared with a £ 7.5million loss in 2020 when restaurants were forced to shut for months at a time due to the Covid pandemic.
Fast food rival KFC has also revealed plans to open new restaurantsor relocate existing branches, across 500 locations in the UK.