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.
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- 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.
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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