Burger King Burger King: Get 2 Extra Long Cheeseburgers for $5 Until January 22 Get 2 Extra Long Cheeseburgers for $5 at BK!

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2023 is already extra long at Burger King, where you can get two Extra Long Cheeseburgers or Original Chicken Sandwiches for just $5.00.

NOTE: pricing is higher in Maritime provinces, as the same deal is $7.00 in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island; and $8.00 in Newfoundland.

From January 2-22, simply order two Extra Long Cheeseburgers or Original Chicken Sandwiches (you can mix and match) in-restaurant or through the Burger King Canada app (Android, iOS) to get the 2/$5.00 price.

For reference, both the Extra Long Cheeseburger and Original Chicken Sandwich are regularly $5.99 in Toronto (pricing may vary by region), which means you'll save $6.98 by ordering two sandwiches instead of one.

Burger King's new Extra Long Cheeseburger is a longboi sandwich with two Whopper Jr. patties, cheese, pickles, ketchup and mustard, all served on a long sesame seed bun. Meanwhile, the Original Chicken Sandwich features a lightly-breaded chicken fillet, shredded lettuce and creamy mayonnaise, all served on the same lengthy bun.

This deal is effective until at Burger King restaurants in Canada until January 22 – click here to find the BK location nearest you.

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    • Long cheeseburger was not good. Would need to be $2 for 2 for me to get it again.
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    • Wendy's has vegetables on all of their hamburgers -- even their cheapest burger, the Jr. Hamburger Deluxe, comes with lettuce, tomato, and onion. Harveys has always had vegetables in their topping bar. They account for the price of these vegetables on their menu, so if someone asks for a little extra, no problem.

      With a few exceptions, McDonalds, Burger King, and A&W hamburgers do not come with vegetables (aside from pickles) by default, so they can justify charging extra, especially if many people ask for those customizations -- the costs add up for the franchise owner, especially these days given the cost of vegetables.
      40 cents for a slice of tomato? I have no sympathy for the franchise owners. When the price of shrubbery falls to where it should be in the next 6 months are they going to reduce their prices? I don't think so. Tell me I'm wrong. This is the new normal, suck it up consumers.
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    • Oh wow, A&W started this bs "charging for toppings" as well? Shame. Again, last time I had A&W adding toppings and making alterations were free. So now BK and A&W starting with this bs. Good to know.

      Glad to hear Wendy's & Harvey's isn't doing that. Hopefully they don't plan on charging.
      Wendy's has vegetables on all of their hamburgers -- even their cheapest burger, the Jr. Hamburger Deluxe, comes with lettuce, tomato, and onion. Harveys has always had vegetables in their topping bar. They account for the price of these vegetables on their menu, so if someone asks for a little extra, no problem.

      With a few exceptions, McDonalds, Burger King, and A&W hamburgers do not come with vegetables (aside from pickles) by default, so they can justify charging extra, especially if many people ask for those customizations -- the costs add up for the franchise owner, especially these days given the cost of vegetables.
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    • So when I saw “extra long cheeseburger”… I thought it was competing with Wimpy’s burger. I bought one the other day and was disappointed to find out it was two of the small hamburger patties on one bun. Very lazy, BK. Very lazy.
      After all this time you could have very easily discovered there were 2 small burger patties on each bun before purchasing it. Someone was definitely lazy… very lazy.
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    • This was absolutely disgusting. Makes McDonald's look good .
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    • Tried it today and the cheeseburger tasted decent. Chicken sandwich was too salty though
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    • mine ran out of long buns so they gave a double cheeseburger (2 patties) and the long chicken patty with a reg bun
      same thing here. they didnt even tell me lol
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    • So when I saw “extra long cheeseburger”… I thought it was competing with Wimpy’s burger. I bought one the other day and was disappointed to find out it was two of the small hamburger patties on one bun. Very lazy, BK. Very lazy.
      Why would a burger that costs $2.50 be competing with a burger that costs $15+?
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    • So when I saw “extra long cheeseburger”… I thought it was competing with Wimpy’s burger. I bought one the other day and was disappointed to find out it was two of the small hamburger patties on one bun. Very lazy, BK. Very lazy.
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    • am I reading wrong then??
      If you scroll down to customize section just out of view from screenshot you'll see the calories per burger. Top section is total for 2 burgers. And yes it's confusing lol
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    • it's like eating 1.5 whoppers for the meat content, but have more bread and has 4 slices of cheese vs none and slightly cheaper.
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    • Could just be my location but the "extra long cheeseburger" was awful. I was able to add lettuce and tomato at $0.10 each which made it worth it, but overall the concept is bad. The sandwich wouldn't hold at all and completely fell apart. The long bun was not even remotely "structural" so nothing wanted to stay in it. Ended up making a huge mess, but price-wise it was technically worth it.
      I just left it wrapped while I ate it.
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    • I had this today. For $5, this was a lot of food. The quality’s not bad too. Quality better than McDonald’s, but you get 3x the size and lower cost too.
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    • the bk near me isnt bad tbh. ive bought the 2 for 5 extra cheese quite afew times the past week.

      i find them better than the harveys 2.59 original jr burger
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    • would not advise the extra long burger lol. it's pretty sad.

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    • They don't get paid enough at that location I think. Next time I will pay them an even $10 for their troubles!
      Lol please don’t. You’ll get the employees in trouble if they get caught pocketing the “tip”. Any extra money just fills the pocket of the store owner.
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    • Could just be my location but the "extra long cheeseburger" was awful. I was able to add lettuce and tomato at $0.10 each which made it worth it, but overall the concept is bad. The sandwich wouldn't hold at all and completely fell apart. The long bun was not even remotely "structural" so nothing wanted to stay in it. Ended up making a huge mess, but price-wise it was technically worth it.
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    • BK's place are awful around here. there was 3 locations, 2 closed and the one left is only open via the drive-through 5pm to 9pm and closed on Sunday. they never cared 'bout their buildings and it shows. surprisingly, they're much more clean and better looking in the ones I've visited in the US last summer, which is the other way around normally for any fast food chain. sad because I love BK.
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    • The website says 521 calories each. For comparison a whopper sans cheese is 660 calories.
      am I reading wrong then??
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    • $7.91 with tax so $4 each! It was pretty great, bag weighed a ton, the burger was worth more, maybe $5! I went to the one by Eaton Centre. They don't get paid enough at that location I think. Next time I will pay them an even $10 for their troubles!

      The 2 cheese slices at the top I added when I got home from my emergency cheese slice stash!

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    • WOW...each EXTRA long burger is over 1000calories.....2 for 1 is many people daily allowance lol.
      better work out extra long. ;)
      The website says 521 calories each. For comparison a whopper sans cheese is 660 calories.
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    • WOW...each EXTRA long burger is over 1000calories.....2 for 1 is many people daily allowance lol.
      better work out extra long. ;)
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    • would not advise the extra long burger lol. it's pretty sad.

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      Edit: I see some comments about toppings. That would make it better, but I don't think the costs of all the extra toppings justifies doing so.
      that looks exactly how I expected it to look
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    • They gave me a long bun for the burger and gave me a regular bun for the chicken…… why not the other way around lol
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    • Paying extra for vegetable toppings sucks. A&W started this recently too. Stopped going there. Wendy's and Harvey's not charging extra. (yet)
      Oh wow, A&W started this bs "charging for toppings" as well? Shame. Again, last time I had A&W adding toppings and making alterations were free. So now BK and A&W starting with this bs. Good to know.

      Glad to hear Wendy's & Harvey's isn't doing that. Hopefully they don't plan on charging.
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    • I had to quote everyone talking about toppings because I was wondering how long has BK been charging for extra toppings on their burgers? Does anyone remember the BK motto "Have it your way?" I'm guessing that doesn't exist anymore? Reason asking is back when I used to order the BK original chicken sandwich, they would add ketchup, tomato and onion on my sandwich free of charge. I never, ever paid for extra toppings on BK sandwiches.

      FWIW, last time I had McD's they didn't charge me for toppings. Only "mac sauce" was extra, (and cheese/bacon of course).

      When I tried this deal, I was told it was 20 cents extra per sandwich for onion and 40 cents per sandwich for tomatoes. (60 cents total. Ketchup was "free") Since I ordered 2x of each (long cheeseburger & chicken) I decided not to pay $1.20 for onions/tomatoes on the chicken and $2 for lettuce/tomato/onion on the double cheeseburger. Just had them "as is".

      The grill was busy so everything was being made fresh. The cheeseburgers were OK, but the chicken was really greasy and seems the portion has shrank by a lot since I last had it.

      Also, I guess BK is OOS for the long buns, because like everyone else here mentioning, food was served on Whopper buns. 2 for $5 is worth it. I wouldn't pay 2 for $8 or 2 for $9, at that price I rather order elsewhere.
      Paying extra for vegetable toppings sucks. A&W started this recently too. Stopped going there. Wendy's and Harvey's not charging extra. (yet)
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    • I tried this last night, and like other's experience, no long buns , so they used whopper buns. Tastes pretty good with extra lettuce, onions and tomatoes on the cheeseburger. The chicken burger tastes ok.
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    • Every store makes this burger different ahahh
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    • why did you get 3 slices of cheese, but it's not even spread evenly on the long surface. This looks like a 10 year old made this for you.
      because burger king
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    • would not advise the extra long burger lol. it's pretty sad.

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      Edit: I see some comments about toppings. That would make it better, but I don't think the costs of all the extra toppings justifies doing so.
      why did you get 3 slices of cheese, but it's not even spread evenly on the long surface. This looks like a 10 year old made this for you.
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    • would not advise the extra long burger lol. it's pretty sad.

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      Edit: I see some comments about toppings. That would make it better, but I don't think the costs of all the extra toppings justifies doing so.
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    • Wow when other fast foods are shrinking due to inflation…..BK hold my beer. Kudos to you BK
      Which proves it's not inflation....but greed.
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    • Bot 2 and made 1 for 5$ beats 5guys.
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    • Bad news guys. I was using the bk app to order 2 for $5 extra long cheeseburgers. I wanted to dress them up as whoppers but 2 locations were changing Extra $1 more per sandwich for (probably all bks) for tomato, onion and lettuce

      Basically 2 for $7 for 4 Jr whoppers heavy all
      They charge for lettuce n tomatoe here ,just went with heavy all 😀

      Good deal... Will eat again!
      Added lettuce, tomato, onion. Cost $1 extra per burger at my location so I only did on one. Pretty good, but obviously not as good as a whopper. Next time I'd remove mustard and add mayo to make it a bit more whopper like.
      It cost $1 to add lettuce, tomato, onion.

      It cost $1.20 to add bacon.

      Tried one of each and lettuce/tomato/onion made it so much better.

      Was pretty cold, no idea how many they were cooking ahead.. cheese was cold and not even melted.

      Even then I liked it, though the bun felt a bit too dense.

      Was worth it since we don't get fast food often these days.
      I had to quote everyone talking about toppings because I was wondering how long has BK been charging for extra toppings on their burgers? Does anyone remember the BK motto "Have it your way?" I'm guessing that doesn't exist anymore? Reason asking is back when I used to order the BK original chicken sandwich, they would add ketchup, tomato and onion on my sandwich free of charge. I never, ever paid for extra toppings on BK sandwiches.

      FWIW, last time I had McD's they didn't charge me for toppings. Only "mac sauce" was extra, (and cheese/bacon of course).

      When I tried this deal, I was told it was 20 cents extra per sandwich for onion and 40 cents per sandwich for tomatoes. (60 cents total. Ketchup was "free") Since I ordered 2x of each (long cheeseburger & chicken) I decided not to pay $1.20 for onions/tomatoes on the chicken and $2 for lettuce/tomato/onion on the double cheeseburger. Just had them "as is".

      The grill was busy so everything was being made fresh. The cheeseburgers were OK, but the chicken was really greasy and seems the portion has shrank by a lot since I last had it.

      Also, I guess BK is OOS for the long buns, because like everyone else here mentioning, food was served on Whopper buns. 2 for $5 is worth it. I wouldn't pay 2 for $8 or 2 for $9, at that price I rather order elsewhere.
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    • Tastes so much better with the standard cheeseburger bun. Like it's a good gimick this extra long cheeseburger but this 2 double cheeseburgers is the best value burger at the moment and they wouldnt have run out of long chicken sandwich buns.
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    • so.....just a burger sub?

      dang....reminds me of 1-foot long $5 Sub special from subway.

      Da bomb.
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    • The burger King in Montreal I went to didn't have the extra long cheeseburger so they just gave me 2 cheese burgers. The chicken burger had a weird texture and didn't taste so good. You get what you pay for I guess
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    • How do you know what ass tastes like?
      He/she is a man/woman of culture.
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