Harvey's Harvey's: Get a Junior Burger for $1.99 or a Double Junior Burger for $2.99 Get a Junior Burger for $1.99!

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Bring an empty stomach and some change to Harvey's, because you can get Junior Burger for just $1.99! If that isn't enough, you can double it and get a Double Junior Burger for $2.99!

No coupon is required and a Junior Burger features a flame-grilled 100% Canadian beef patty (the Double Junior has two), topped however you like -- click here to view the current lineup of toppings available at Harvey's.

This offer is available at all participating Harvey's restaurants for a limited time only -- click here to find the location nearest you.

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    • this thread will be equivalent of tims 1.99 chicken thread as the original patty getting more unedible every year even with the mountain of toppings but i guess it like a calorie rich salad with some beef and carbs added :)
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    • People are still hoarding the baconator atm 😝
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    • i will leave this here so folks know what kind of "burger" patty they are getting;
      The Original "Burger" ingredients:
      beef, water, toasted wheat crumbs, salt, wheat flour, modified milk ingredients, hydrolyzed plant protein, onion powder, spices, sugar, dextrose, yeast extract, garlic powder.
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    • ShoNuff2 wrote:
      May 24th, 2019 12:29 am
      i will leave this here so folks know what kind of "burger" patty they are getting;
      What's wrong with the ingredient list? Seems fine to me
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    • FragmentsOfLife wrote:
      May 24th, 2019 12:32 am
      What's wrong with the ingredient list? Seems fine to me
      filler filled garbage, but hey knock yourself out if that's your jam.
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    • FYI, these are the regular prices (at least for the Jr.) Not so much a deal (but I do love Harvey's!)
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    • ShoNuff2 wrote:
      May 24th, 2019 12:29 am
      i will leave this here so folks know what kind of "burger" patty they are getting;
      The Original "Burger" ingredients:
      beef, water, toasted wheat crumbs...
      Toasted wheat crumbs, how decadent...

      You know, I had a hankering for a toasted wheat crumb burger...

      Mmmm mmmm!
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    • ShoNuff2 wrote:
      May 24th, 2019 12:33 am
      filler filled garbage, but hey knock yourself out if that's your jam.
      Are you one of those people that dont eat hot dogs too.
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    • ssjlancer wrote:
      May 24th, 2019 2:07 am
      Are you one of those people that dont eat hot dogs too.
      a good sausage over hot dog anyday. a proper burger with a non-crappy patty beats them both for me.

      are you one of those people who prefers a filler "meatloaf" patty over a proper burger patty on their burger?
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    • Strange that you think that's awful. I make burgers at home as follows:

      Beef, water, bread crumbs, salt, pepper, onion powder, garlic powder, onions.

      It's...um...eerily similar. Except my burgers are better..but let's not pretend that's some ridiculously bizarre/unhealthy/filler-ized burger recipe :/
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    • I like so much filler than i pay every week for a vegeburger :P

      Cheap meat (eyes bones testicles) are weirder than wheat crumb in my opinion
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    • I swore off Harvey's burgers a couple of months ago when they had a 2 for $5 burger deal. Just awful.: How can they blacken the outside of an almost wafer-thin "meat" patty yet leave the interior pink and under-cooked?

      IMO the best is A&W, but too expensive at full price. Mama Burger now $2.49 with coupon, Two Teen or Mozza Burgs for $7.99 with coupon.

      I've had a few Baconators at Wendy's which, of course are also excellent if you love bacon and lots of good meat, but do not match the $20 burgers at this chain: https://www.heartattackgrill.com/
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    • ShoNuff2 wrote:
      May 24th, 2019 12:33 am
      filler filled garbage, but hey knock yourself out if that's your jam.
      Have you ever seen an actual burger recipe? That's pretty much the standard ingredients.
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    • pny128 wrote:
      May 24th, 2019 8:26 am
      Have you ever seen an actual burger recipe? That's pretty much the standard ingredients.
      have you actually had or made a decent burger? no self respecting burger lover would even think about bread crumbs, etc in their burger. it's no longer a hamburger anymore but a meatloaf burger.

      as i said before, if you're into this kind of thing knock yourself out.
      and for those whose taste buds are so shot they enjoy filler filled garbage like this you may be interested in this monstrosity as well...
      Tim Hortons Chicken sandwich
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    • This is regular price, where's the deal?
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    • ShoNuff2 wrote:
      May 24th, 2019 9:22 am
      have you actually had or made a decent burger? no self respecting burger lover would even think about bread crumbs, etc in their burger. it's no longer a hamburger anymore but a meatloaf burger.

      as i said before, if you're into this kind of thing knock yourself out.
      and for those whose taste buds are so shot they enjoy filler filled garbage like this you may be interested in this monstrosity as well...
      Tim Hortons Chicken sandwich
      Shame on someone for enjoying something that you don't.
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    • It should be mentioned that there are situations where adding bread crumbs to minced meat is intentional to achieve a certain texture. They do this with Swedish meatballs. Breadcrumbs are added to soften them when you hydrate it with milk when mixing the ingredients together. It's why they are so fluffy and juicy even after frying on a pan. Without the breadcrumbs, a solid meatball will be hard to the bite.

      That being said, I'm personally not a fan of 'soft' bouncy patties and thus I would prefer my burger patties to be 100% beef.
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    • How is this a deal, wasn't this always the price?
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    • This is regular price.
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    • Regular price doesn't mean it's not a good deal...

      heck, all those Dollarama deals are "regular (dollarama) prices" as well.
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