Do you dare to be afraid of free food?
In the sense of Halloween, Burger King The competition is trolled by offering free woppers to anyone who dares to drive through a select number of select abandoned fast food restaurants operated by unnamed competition chains.
On Monday, B.K. Has released a list of five so-called “scary places” involved in limited-time US advertising, which runs appropriately until midnight on October 31st.
By the rules, the brave souls who arrive within 300 feet of an abandoned burger chain and confirm it at PKApp will receive a free, flame-fried Wopper sandwich coupon that is eligible for online redemption or pick-up or delivery at the store.
However, the breach was not encouraged, Burger King insisted Official rules.
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“For us, there is nothing more frightening than a place that has never been shot,” said Ellie Totti, Burger King’s North America chief marketing officer. News release. “Even though this year’s Halloween looks a little different, we’re embracing it with the safety of guests in mind these days.
For those looking for a good scare and hungry thrill, there are abandoned restaurants in Dayton, Ohio that have “not roasted burgers for many years”; Houston, Texas; Birmingham, Ala .; McHenry, Ill .; And Johnston, R.I., B.K.
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