There’s nothing amiss with an classic Whopper. It’s Burger King’s flagship burger for an reason, yet this shouldn’t imply that the fast food chain doesn’t have other menu items that deserve your full focus. Look no farther than the Sourdough King, a sandwich heaped with bacon, cheddar, and a grilled beef burger patty.
Presently, you can get this fave as a feature of Burger King’s 2 for $10 bargain. Here’s the means by which the promotion works: You get a decision of two select entrees, two small fries, and two small drinks for ten bucks. Fundamentally, you have more—and shockingly better—options now.
Here are the current 2 for $10 deal options:
- Single Sourdough King
- Chicken Fries
- Original Chicken Sandwich
- Big Fish Sandwich
The Sourdough King, which will be staying through April 19, brags a quarter-pound Burger King’s flame-grilled beef, finished off with thick-cut smoked bacon, two cuts of American cheddar, ketchup, and mayo sandwiched between two toasted sourdough slices.
Obviously, on the off chance that you’d prefer go the chicken nuggets route, you should settle on Wendy’s all things considered. BK’s competitor is presenting free 10-piece chunks when you request by means of the application through March 14. In case you’re truly feeling wild, choose both. Lunch and supper. Bam! Problem solved.
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