Burger King pranks McDonald's with 1¢ 'Whopper Detour' offer

Kenny Grant
December 7, 2018

That will unlock the promotion which will allow you order a Whopper for a penny.

If customers are within 600ft of a McDonald's in the USA, they can unlock a deal giving them a Whopper burger for one cent through the Burger King app. Get more information here.

The catch? You have to download their Burger King app - at any location of their golden arch enemy: McDonald's.

After the order is placed, the user will be guided toward their nearest Burger King to pick up the Whopper.

The Whopper deal can be redeemed until December 12 at participating restaurants nationwide.

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Flashback: Burger King launched a separate promotion last week where its Twitter account tweeted out straight up gibberish, according to Business Insider.

Once within 600 feet of a McDonald's, a deal will unlock on the mobile app that qualifies customers for a $.01 Whopper.

Burger King is coming for McDonald's.

The latest promotion is an example of how the fast-food restaurants have turned to mischevious marketing schemes to help draw customers away from their competitors. It also created a mixtape blasting McDonald's, Burger King and other chains earlier this year.

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