Are you looking for “a whopper” of a deal? Burger King is letting hungry bargain hunters decide how to devour its ever-changing “twofer” promo.
For a limited time, the burger chain is offering a Mix n’ Match deal — get two select menu items for just $5. You must purchase two items to get the discounted price. (Otherwise, pay full-price for just one.)
With some of the items costing around $5 each at regular price, customers are wasting money by not getting this 2 for $5 deal. (In some cases, the offer basically becomes a buy-one-get-one FREE deal — once you do the math.)
It’s definitely “a whopper” of a deal for budget-conscious diners.
If you’re really hungry, you just might be able to eat two sandwiches. Or consider sharing the second sandwich with a friend or co-worker. This Burger King 2 for $5 deal is a great way to fill up and save some dough.
Another other option is take the second item home and warm it up later for dinner or late-night craving. (Pro Tip: Take off the lettuce and tomatoes first before hitting start on the microwave. No one likes hot and soggy veggies!)
Choose two of the following items:
Original Chicken Sandwich
Big Fish Sandwich
Chicken Fries (9-piece)
At many locations, a single Whopper sells for more than $5 regularly, so customers are actually getting a better deal with the Mix n’ Match offer than buying the sandwich by itself.
You can also check out our post on Burger King’s Free Kids Meal with $1 purchase.
NOTE: Not all locations offer the same national promotions. As a result, price and participation may vary. It’s always wise to call ahead for verification in your area. We strive to keep up with “limited-time offers,” but deals may end without notice.
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