Select Burger King Restaurants Offer 2 for $5 Deal: Whopper, Chicken, Fish Sandwiches
Mar 12, 2013 01:01 AM EDT | By Jaclyn Ashley
Select Burger King Restaurants are offering consumers 2 for $5 deals on some of their popular sandwiches. According to QSR, the sandwiches included in the deal are WHOPPER Sandwich, the Original Chicken Sandwich, or the Premium Alaskan Fish Sandwich.
- WHOPPER Sandwich: Made with USDA-certified, fire-grilled beef, and topped with tomatoes, lettuce, mayonnaise, pickles, and sliced white onions, all on a sesame seed bun. Suggested retail price of the sandwich is regularly $3.59.
- Original Chicken Sandwich: Lightly breaded premium white meat chicken topped with shredded lettuce and mayonnaise all on a sesame seed bun. Suggested retail price of the sandwich is regularly $3.99.
- Premium Alaskan Fish Sandwich: Made with 4.3 ounces of premium cold-water Alaska Pollock filet, topped with a tangy tartar sauce and shredded lettuce, all served on a corn-dusted, bakery-style bun. Suggested retail price of the sandwich is regularly $3.19.
The fast food chain is also offering consumers $1.29 Whopper JR's. They are running a special for St. Patrick's Day; those customers that purchase a $25 or higher gift card will receive a $5 BK eGift free. Consumers are limited to one $5 BK eGift card per offer; it would be sent directly to the consumers email address. It strictly says on the company's website that this offer is only available online. It is valid until March 18, 2013.
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The fast food company also started to deliver to select restaurants in Maryland and Virginia. The company accumulated a large social media fan base; they have over 6,000,000 Facebook fans and 37,000 plus followers on Twitter.
The Burger King World Wide Inc. stock is currently at $18.51 per share. Today they ended their Coffee for a Year Sweepstakes which they promoted on Facebook. There was no purchase that was necessary; the people that wanted to participate had to upload their favorite Burger King for a year.
According to the company website, Burger King was founded in 1954; BURGER KING® is the second largest fast food hamburger chain in the world. The original HOME OF THE WHOPPER®, our commitment to premium ingredients, signature recipes, and family-friendly dining experiences is what has defined our brand for more than 50 successful years.
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