Nothing says Black Friday bargain quite like a free burger.
That's right, you're in for a meaty treat this week thanks to Burger King. The popular food chain is offering some deals to mark Black Friday, and it's very good news for grubbers.
From November 20-24 Burger King is serving up a tasty buy-one-get-one-free offer on its Smoky Bacon range via the Burger King app. The Smoky Bacon Whopper is stacked with the signature flame-grilled beef burger, streaky bacon strips, classic American cheese slices, crispy onions, juicy tomato and generously topped with the all-new deliciously smoky onion mayo.
The latest Smoky Bacon range also includes the Smoky Bacon Royale made with 100% chicken breast for all the Chicken Royale lovers. Burger King UK is also giving its mouth-watering Melts range a smoky twist, with the Smoky Bacon Double Melt burger joining menus nationwide from November 21.
Bringing great value all week round, customers can bag the burger with a portion of fries for only £3.99. For those who fancy a feast, grab the Smoky Bacon Melts King Box, with regular fries, a drink, and a side of three Chilli Cheese Bites or four Onion Rings all for only £5.99.
Sounds like a bargain worth snapping up to us!
There are also plenty more tasty discounts to tuck into on the Burger King app, meaning it’s easier than ever to enjoy the best of Burger King for less. For more information you can download the Burger King app here.
Customers should bear in mind the Smoky Bacon range is subject to availability and prices may vary, and is available at participating restaurants aggregators only. The buy-one-get-one-free deal is available exclusively on the Smoky Bacon Royale and Smoky Bacon Whopper single builds, and is not valid in conjunction with any other offer.
If you want to claim your patty then you have to be quick, as the offer is only available until November 24. Happy munching, and remember you need the app to bag the free burger.
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