Burger King is giving away free food for 12 days this month - here’s what’s on offer
Christmas is a time to indulge in festive treats, and Burger King has decided to spoil its customers by giving away free food for 12 days.
The deal, which started on 2 December 2019, offers free food for 12 days in a row, including Whopper burgers, chicken nuggets, chicken fries, hash browns and sundaes.
What food will be included in the deals?
The first day of the 12 Days of Whopper event started with free chilli cheese bites between 2 and 4pm on 2 December. The second deal of the run offered customers a free sundae with any meal on 3 December.
The third day of the deal, named Whopper Wednesday, offered customers burgers costing £1.99 instead of £4.19 on 4 December.
Thursday Dec 5 offered customers free nuggets (6 box) with any meal.
The second week is set to see popular favourites on the chain’s menu reduced to £1.99, including the flame-grilled Whopper, Chicken Royale, and Bacon Double Cheeseburger.
When will the offer run until?
The 12 days of deals will run until Friday 13 December, and the promotion is expected to end with an afternoon of free Chicken Fries .
Burger King is rumoured to be planning a bonus morning of free Whoppers on 20 December, giving a Christmas treat to burger lovers.
The deal, which started on 2 December 2019, offers free food for 12 days in a row, including Whopper burgers, chicken nuggets, chicken fries, hash browns and sundaes (Photo: Shutterstock)
How do I get free food from Burger King?
In order to get the offers, you need to sign up and download the free Burger King app.
Some of the deals are completely free, but some require you to buy items in-store first in order to get the offer.
Other promotions are also limited to a select time, like the free chilli cheese bits between 2pm and 4pm that was offered on 2 December.
You can turn on your app’s push notifications if you want to be alerted about the offers, so that Burger King will give you a heads up when they go live.
This article was originally published on our sister site, Yorkshire Evening Post.