Burger King Offering 37 Cent Whoppers This Friday and Saturday — Here’s How To Score the Deal

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Did you know Burger King’s famous Whopper sandwich turns 64 years old today? To celebrate, the iconic fast-food chain is laughing in the face of inflation and offering throwback pricing. Anyone who orders a Whopper through the app or website on Friday, Dec. 3 or Saturday, Dec. 4 can get the flame-grilled beef burger with special sauce for just 37 cents.

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However, Burger King is putting a modern twist on the old price. You must be a member of the Burger King Royal Perks club to enjoy the savings. Burger King is deeming the deal their “Whopper Birthday Bash” and permitting one 37-cent Whopper per Royal Perks account. You must add the coupon before placing the order to take advantage of the savings, according to USA Today.

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As prices continue to rise, “throwback promotions” seem to be the latest trend. McDonald’s offered a similar sale for the 50th anniversary of its McMuffin breakfast sandwich in November.

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