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Regular Fries 50p, King Fusion 2 for 99p, Breakfast Sandwich + Coffee £1.99, Chicken Royal + Fries £1.99, Double Bacon Cheeseburger + Fries £1.99. WITH BURGER KING APP (Android/iPhone).
Regular Fries 50p, King Fusion 2 for 99p, Breakfast Sandwich + Coffee £1.99, Chicken Royal + Fries £1.99, Double Bacon Cheeseburger + Fries £1.99. WITH BURGER KING APP (Android/iPhone).

Regular Fries 50p, King Fusion 2 for 99p, Breakfast Sandwich + Coffee £1.99, Chicken Royal + Fries £1.99, Double Bacon Cheeseburger + Fries £1.99. WITH BURGER KING APP (Android/iPhone).

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Regular Fries 50p
King Fusion Buy One Get One Free 99p (Oreos, M&Ms, Aero)
Breakfast Sandwich + Coffee £1.99
Chicken Royal + Fries £1.99
Double Bacon Cheeseburger + Fries £1.99
Whopper + Fries £2.99
Big King + Fries + Drink £2.99
9 Chicken Nuggets 99p
Veggie Burger £1.49 (chicken royal sub style)
Sundae 50p
Ice Cream Cone 30p

63 Comments

Don't bother going to the Carmarthen store.
One on the tills taking orders AND getting them all together and one making the burgers.
Not a staff problem, but a tightfisted management one.

Swansea ones are great

Angiebill

Swansea ones are great



Which Swansea one? All of them?

How does this app thing work - you have to show them your phone? Or do they scan your phone?

All of them , yes use vouchers on the app , then show till staff, they need the code, i believe sometimes the free paper Metro has vouchers as well

tawse57

Which Swansea one? All of them?How does this app thing work - you have to … Which Swansea one? All of them?How does this app thing work - you have to show them your phone? Or do they scan your phone?



order as normal, then when you get to payment section, tell them you have a voucher code, click on the item you have a voucher code for and click reveal (15 minute expiry)​

chimp14uk

Don't bother going to the Carmarthen store.One on the tills taking orders … Don't bother going to the Carmarthen store.One on the tills taking orders AND getting them all together and one making the burgers.Not a staff problem, but a tightfisted management one.



Is it the manager? Or is it their superiors pulling the strings and telling them to cut down hours or work to tighter budgets? Pretty unfair to presume it's solely the managers fault.

stephen2k5

Is it the manager? Or is it their superiors pulling the strings and … Is it the manager? Or is it their superiors pulling the strings and telling them to cut down hours or work to tighter budgets? Pretty unfair to presume it's solely the managers fault.



It may be a franchise, so it would be the managers fault.

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vanillamilkshake

It may be a franchise, so it would be the managers fault.



​They are all franchises

stephen2k5

Is it the manager? Or is it their superiors pulling the strings and … Is it the manager? Or is it their superiors pulling the strings and telling them to cut down hours or work to tighter budgets? Pretty unfair to presume it's solely the managers fault.



The manager is responsible for telling his/her superiors whether the staff can cope or not, therefore if the shop isn't staffed sufficiently, I put it down to the manager.

quite often the staff member will try and stop me activating the code. they know the codes off by heart and will try and save your voucher for you for another time. this is at two seperate BKs in edinburgh.

i was working in london recently and could not find a single BK that was taking part in this offer. was disappointed.

Breakfast at Burger King. And people still wonder why third of the Brits are obese.
Edited by: "BenderRodriguez" 4th Sep 2016

Regprentice

quite often the staff member will try and stop me activating the code. … quite often the staff member will try and stop me activating the code. they know the codes off by heart and will try and save your voucher for you for another time. this is at two seperate BKs in edinburgh.i was working in london recently and could not find a single BK that was taking part in this offer. was disappointed.


Thought these codes were unlimited use?
Edited by: "greyhound11" 4th Sep 2016

greyhound11

Thought these codes were unlimited use?


They refresh after 15 mins

Regprentice

quite often the staff member will try and stop me activating the code. … quite often the staff member will try and stop me activating the code. they know the codes off by heart and will try and save your voucher for you for another time. this is at two seperate BKs in edinburgh.i was working in london recently and could not find a single BK that was taking part in this offer. was disappointed.


Which branches did you visit?
I think none of the mainline branches accept these ( e.g Marylebone, Victoria ( albeit I'm not sure about the coach station branch), Fenchurch Street, etc....)

Used a few of these at drive through and never once been asked to show code, just tell them you have code when ordering and they just charge the reduced price without asking to see it

The nearest one to me (Seaton Burn Services, Newcastle) Surprisingly, for a service station takes part in these app/voucher offers however the buns are always stale. Variable quality is my only gripe with BK.

There used to be a downloadable .pdf list of participating restaurants. Can't seem to find it now for some reason
Great deal though! Thanks!

huggychair

The nearest one to me (Seaton Burn Services, Newcastle) Surprisingly, for … The nearest one to me (Seaton Burn Services, Newcastle) Surprisingly, for a service station takes part in these app/voucher offers however the buns are always stale. Variable quality is my only gripe with BK.There used to be a downloadable .pdf list of participating restaurants. Can't seem to find it now for some reason :(Great deal though! Thanks!



That is a part of pretty much every franchise chain

greyhound11

Thought these codes were unlimited use?



They do disappear after use, however if you delete the app and reinstall it with made up registration details you get them back

chimp14uk

The manager is responsible for telling his/her superiors whether the … The manager is responsible for telling his/her superiors whether the staff can cope or not, therefore if the shop isn't staffed sufficiently, I put it down to the manager.



​serious question, Have u ever been a manager in retail?

Does anyone know of the one in Trafford centre takes the vouchers?.I'm going there next weekend. Thanks

good find op, heat added

As someone said earlier, the Metro free newspaper (found on buses and trains usually) has a ton - typically 24 - of these vouchers in their Thursday editions. They'd been repeating the same set of vouchers for weeks (with the same early September expiry date each time), but just changed them last week with a new voucher expiry date - 31st October 2016 - too.

One slightly bizarre voucher in the Metro ad is 9 nuggets for 99p...but it's for the app only (so the paper version is useless)! Further down is another paper voucher for 6 nuggets for 99p (not for the app, so can actually be used in its paper form) - so the paper one is the worse deal.

BTW, the Metro ad also mentions that BK now do home deliveries, though the minimum order is 14 quid...
Edited by: "rkl" 5th Sep 2016

Never been able to use these at Blackburn but the Bolton store are great with them and Preston Brook no issues.

aaron2104

Used a few of these at drive through and never once been asked to show … Used a few of these at drive through and never once been asked to show code, just tell them you have code when ordering and they just charge the reduced price without asking to see it


store specific - obviously.

You know the nation is in bad shape when the top 2 deals of the day are from Burger King...

ukdoctor

Does anyone know of the one in Trafford centre takes the vouchers?.I'm … Does anyone know of the one in Trafford centre takes the vouchers?.I'm going there next weekend. Thanks



​yes they do.x

rkl

As someone said earlier, the Metro free newspaper (found on buses and … As someone said earlier, the Metro free newspaper (found on buses and trains usually) has a ton - typically 24 - of these vouchers in their Thursday editions. They'd been repeating the same set of vouchers for weeks (with the same early September expiry date each time), but just changed them last week with a new voucher expiry date - 31st October 2016 - too.One slightly bizarre voucher in the Metro ad is 9 nuggets for 99p...but it's for the app only (so the paper version is useless)! Further down is another paper voucher for 6 nuggets for 99p (not for the app, so can actually be used in its paper form) - so the paper one is the worse deal.BTW, the Metro ad also mentions that BK now do home deliveries, though the minimum order is 14 quid...



​we used the app voucher which the cashier just put through.. one of us did have the app on phone in case she asked for it but she never did

The BK meat is hardcore..I usually ask them to cook it medium rare.

Heat added. Many thanks.

I'll get my coat.

chimp14uk

Don't bother going to the Carmarthen store.One on the tills taking orders … Don't bother going to the Carmarthen store.One on the tills taking orders AND getting them all together and one making the burgers.Not a staff problem, but a tightfisted management one.


I totally agree! And the Llanelli store is equally as bad. They're different franchises to the ones on Swansea and I find those to be alright.

Every time I visit Carmarthen and Llanelli BKs, something is always wrong. Most of the time they give me a paper bag even though I told them I'm eating in, and they often don't fill the bag of fries full enough. I'm sure I counted around ten fries once.

The best deal is always the one you get on the back of the reciept - you can get a full Whopper meal for £2.52 once you've filled in the survey. That's normally better value for money than any offers they put on the app or voucher sheets (this one has just a whopper and fries for £2.99)

HUKDposter

The best deal is always the one you get on the back of the reciept - you … The best deal is always the one you get on the back of the reciept - you can get a full Whopper meal for £2.52 once you've filled in the survey. That's normally better value for money than any offers they put on the app or voucher sheets (this one has just a whopper and fries for £2.99)


I use that offer myself - far more than the app/printed vouchers.

Except in my local it comes to £2.78, slightly further away in other franchises it's £2.58.

No alternative to using iOS and Android app? No website? Ridiculous...

chimp14uk

The manager is responsible for telling his/her superiors whether the … The manager is responsible for telling his/her superiors whether the staff can cope or not, therefore if the shop isn't staffed sufficiently, I put it down to the manager.



I'm sorry, but you are wrong.The manager has no say, you are set a target and you have to hit it no matter how much you complain or protest. The manager is the fall person, these company's want to make as much money as they can, they don't care about you. Most of the time the managers are actually the only ones who do care about the service they give and often take the flak and abusive from people like you who assume it's the "managers fault". Assumptions are lethal.

anyone with issues I'd give them a review on TripAdvisor. that way BK head office and the general public can see it. also an email to the address on the receipt usually gets you an apology and a free meal on your return. I very rarely have really bad service enough to complain but on the instances I have they have been helpful. KFC was the worst though they didn't apologise or replace any cold food when they messed up a £20 takeaway order.. they really did not give a toss.. just a sorry you had a bad experience.
Edited by: "Dawsy" 5th Sep 2016

Just as I have started my diet today and made my purchases for the week, rabbit food and tuna.

olivermills6

No alternative to using iOS and Android app? No website? Ridiculous...





That is store specific as I have seen KFC rectify problems no problem.

voted cold as the op could have just added it to the ORIGINAL post

Banned

bargainhunter666

Never been able to use these at Blackburn but the Bolton store are great … Never been able to use these at Blackburn but the Bolton store are great with them and Preston Brook no issues.


Wouldn't use the blackburn one anyway. It's terrible!

Anyone aware of branches in Birmingham partaking in this offer?

No information available on the net....
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