Whopper Jr. Meal £2.99 @ Burger King
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Whopper Jr. Meal £2.99 @ Burger King

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LocalFound 8th Dec 2018
Whopper Jr. with a small drink and small fries for £2.99.

Whopper Jr. is usually £2.59 on its own, so you’re getting a drink and fries for 40p.

Great deal for the kids, a quick lunch, or offered instead of Xmas dinner to get rid of the in-laws
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mcek6 m ago

Ah, those child obesity figures, the success of marketing.


You are right. I should have posted a tofu unwich deal instead. Kids love those as a rare treat.
Edited by: "Rampancy" 8th Dec 2018
mcek3 m ago

Ah, those child obesity figures, the success of marketing.


Whopper Jr is just a small burger, it isn't a kids meal.
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Ah, those child obesity figures, the success of marketing.
mcek3 m ago

Ah, those child obesity figures, the success of marketing.


Whopper Jr is just a small burger, it isn't a kids meal.
mcek6 m ago

Ah, those child obesity figures, the success of marketing.


You are right. I should have posted a tofu unwich deal instead. Kids love those as a rare treat.
Edited by: "Rampancy" 8th Dec 2018
Azwipe3 m ago

Whopper Jr is just a small burger, it isn't a kids meal.


Yes, kiddie steps first.
Rampancy1 m ago

You are right. I should have posted a tofu unwich deal instead. Kids love …You are right. I should have posted a tofu unwich deal instead. Kids love those as a rare treat.


Rare treat... quite right, moderation.
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Shame it’s not a double whopper at this price as do like them but not had in a very long time Heat is going to be added
its a tiny burger, its basically their 99p cheese burger with the cheese swapped out and replaced with a bit of salad,
then they'l charge you 50p if you want to add cheese back!

you're better off using either the App or printable vouchers and get something like the long Big King and fries for £1.99 then add a drink

99p Cheese Burger


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£2.59 Whopper.jr


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Bunn & Patty the same size in each...

Edited by: "cainer1" 8th Dec 2018
i'm a firm believer that anyone who takes their kids to mcdonalds/BK more than twice a week should have them removed.
Edited by: "red23" 8th Dec 2018
red2316 m ago

i'm a firm believer that anyone who takes their kids to mcdonalds/BK more …i'm a firm believer that anyone who takes their kids to mcdonalds/BK more than twice a week should have them removed.



Indeed!

this will create shorter queues for the rest of us
red232 h, 37 m ago

i'm a firm believer that anyone who takes their kids to mcdonalds/BK more …i'm a firm believer that anyone who takes their kids to mcdonalds/BK more than twice a week should have them removed.



once every other month is enough.Lazy parenting
No kids you’re not having a toy as this was on offer instead.
Good luck with that.
Thanks just found this whilst in queue for drive through. Heat added.
red238th Dec

i'm a firm believer that anyone who takes their kids to mcdonalds/BK more …i'm a firm believer that anyone who takes their kids to mcdonalds/BK more than twice a week should have them removed.



Twice a week is way too much, but I doubt most of the food kids eat during lunch hour or even in the house is much healthier. And loads of kids would rather just go without food than be forced to eat salads/quinoa/bland rice meals etc. I was just the same at their age. It's society's problem - most mothers (are often forced to) work fulltime so neither parent has enough time to prepare tasty healthier meals.
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