Burger King Burger King: Get a Whopper for $3 with the Burger King Canada App Until May 29 Get a $3 Whopper with the Burger King App!

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Munch on the best sandwich from Burger King this week, where you can get their flagship Whopper for just $3.00 to celebrate National Burger Day.

This offer is only available through the Burger King Canada app (Android, iOS) – from May 23 to 29, simply redeem the in-app offer to get your $3.00 Whopper.

For reference, a standalone Whopper is regularly $7.69 in Ontario (pricing may vary by region) and features a ¼ lb of flame-grilled beef, topped with tomatoes, lettuce, mayonnaise, pickles and white onions, all served on a toasted sesame seed bun.

This in-app offer is available at Burger King restaurants in Canada until May 29, with a limit of one redemption per account – click here to find the BK location nearest you.


Posted May 9: Get the Mix or Match King Meal Deal for $5.99

Double up for lunch with a new deal from Burger King, where you can get their Mix or Match King Meal Deal for $5.99 in Canada.

Burger King's King Meal Deal includes two sandwiches, a small side and a small drink for the unbeatable price of $5.99 – sandwich options include your choice of the Big King Jr., Cheeseburger, Hamburger, Chicken Jr. or Spicy Chicken Jr.

Simply order in-restaurant, online or through the Burger King Canada app (Android, iOS) to get this deal.

For reference, standalone combos for each sandwich range from $6.39 to $7.59 in Toronto (pricing may vary by region) – the King Meal Deal includes a second sandwich at a lower price, but the included sides are small instead of medium.

This offer is available at Burger King restaurants in Canada for a limited time – click here to find the BK location nearest you.

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    • but im spoiled on $1 whoppers.
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    • Really like to know what was discussed over at bk hq. They obviously knew about the $1 deal and it was still profitable. Did some data engineer present some numbers showing that the loss of customers from offering $3 burger is more profitable than the continued $1 burger?
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    • You'd think they'd inc the impossible whopper as well..
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    • You'd think they'd inc the impossible whopper as well..
      no it's impossible
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    • You'd think they'd inc the impossible whopper as well..
      ha ha haha. No.
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    • Really like to know what was discussed over at bk hq. They obviously knew about the $1 deal and it was still profitable. Did some data engineer present some numbers showing that the loss of customers from offering $3 burger is more profitable than the continued $1 burger?

      You think a $1 purchase = free whopper burger was profitable?

      If yes, why did they only give it to new accounts and then decided to crack down on abusers and ban them?

      It was obviously meant to be as a way to get NEW people to download the APP.

      It wasn't mean to be abused by RFD members for an indefinite amount of time.

      If it was profitable on it's own, they would give it everyday without needing to create a new account.

      You can justify your actions to get a free burger, but it is not what they intended for people to do.
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    • Why can't they just allow to order 2 together
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    • You think a $1 purchase = free whopper burger was profitable?

      If yes, why did they only give it to new accounts and then decided to crack down on abusers and ban them?

      It was obviously meant to be as a way to get NEW people to download the APP.

      It wasn't mean to be abused by RFD members for an indefinite amount of time.

      If it was profitable on it's own, they would give it everyday without needing to create a new account.

      You can justify your actions to get a free burger, but it is not what they intended for people to do.
      I don’t know hence why would love to hear what corporate were discussing all these months. What’s the cost of the burger to them, it’s still profitable, not shareholder level of happy profits but they didn’t lose money.
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    • They just opened a Burger King around the corner from me, but don’t allow for online orders yet….boo!
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    • I don’t know hence why would love to hear what corporate were discussing all these months. What’s the cost of the burger to them, it’s still profitable, not shareholder level of happy profits but they didn’t lose money.
      You are delusional if you think they were making money on $1 Whoppers. Ingredients, labour, overhead... no way that is less than $1.

      I'm sure they just had to trade off how much it would cost to try and implement more effective countermeasures vs how much they are losing due to RFD levels of fraud.
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    • it was coming out of the marketing budget. But that isnt sustainable without goals. Im guessing they met the goal of driving people to download and use the app, for their next phase which is points through the app. I hope they counted real users vs dot-trick accounts
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    • I don’t know hence why would love to hear what corporate were discussing all these months. What’s the cost of the burger to them, it’s still profitable, not shareholder level of happy profits but they didn’t lose money.
      They gave a "free" burger to NEW users.

      They wanted NEW people to download the app.

      Sure, give people a free burger ... and now users have an app which the company can send advertising notification and likely tracks users.

      If you honestly and truthfully believed they made money, you can open up your own joint and sell pop for $1 and give a free burger.

      Just to be clear, I used and abused the offer. I was surprised they kept the offer as long as they did.
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    • They gave a "free" burger to NEW users.

      They wanted NEW people to download the app.

      Sure, give people a free burger ... and now users have an app which the company can send advertising notification and likely tracks users.

      If you honestly and truthfully believed they made money, you can open up your own joint and sell pop for $1 and give a free burger.

      Just to be clear, I used and abused the offer. I was surprised they kept the offer as long as they did.
      I only used a web browser. I never downloaded their app. What are their tracking capabilities and profiling(for ads) capabilities with this method?
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    • was on for like 8-9 months. Not even MCD kept their promo going on that long to get app acceptance. The idiots in charge probably dont have a job anymore.
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    • I only used a web browser. I never downloaded their app. What are their tracking capabilities and profiling(for ads) capabilities with this method?
      They can send ads to the email you provided. Also pretty sure they can ban payment cards unless you are using a unique payment card every time.
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    • this is a whopper of a deal
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    • They obviously knew about the $1 deal and it was still profitable.
      I doubt it was profitable

      Even if you consider food cost to be zero. The labour cost is more than 1$
      I don’t know hence why would love to hear what corporate were discussing all these months. What’s the cost of the burger to them, it’s still profitable, not shareholder level of happy profits but they didn’t lose money.
      It is the cost of customer acquisition.
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