Burger King

Burger King Offering Free Kids Meals Through April 6th Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic

Burger King has launched a new deal that will make parents and children that are cooped up inside the house during the coronavirus pandemic equally as happy. Find out how to get your daily free kids meal now.
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Burger King Says Goodbye to Artificial Preservatives with Moldy Whopper Ad

Burger King hopes that its latest ad of a gross, moldy Whopper will make you want to buy more burgers that are free of artificial preservatives. See the ad.
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Wendy’s Throws Shade at Burger King’s French Fry Sandwich

Wendy’s has reignited the burger wars by throwing shade at Burger King’s new french fry sandwich. The new meatless menu item is being tested in New Zealand and was the brunt of Wendy’s latest snarky tweet.
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Burger King Offers Free Whopper for a Photo of Your Ex for Valentine's Day

Valentine’s Day is coming up and the last thing you probably want to do is think of your ex. But Burger King wants to help you move on for good with their latest anti-Valentine’s Day campaign. The burger franchise has an exclusive offer for the broken-hearted that comes with a free burger. Ahead of...
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Burger King Launches 'Ghost Whopper' For Halloween

It may be a trick or treat for you, but Burger King is ready for you to be spooked! The restaurant chain just announced a limited edition whopper. Boo! Are you scared? Burger King announced that their Halloween burger will be "The Ghost Whopper." the Ghost Whopper is the only burger approved by 11...
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Burger King May Deliver Whoppers to Cars in LA Traffic Jams

NEW YORK -- Burger King really is sticking to its mantra, "Have it your way." The fast-food chain recently tested a program to deliver food to motorists stuck in Mexico City's dreadful traffic -- and now it's looking to bring the "Traffic Jam Whopper" stateside, to -- where else -- Los Angeles...
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RoboCop

KFC Hires RoboCop to Protect Their Secret Recipe

For when a relatively safe safe isn't safe enough
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