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4 x British Beef Quarter Pounders & 4 x 330ml bottles Stella Artois / Heineken = £4 @ Morrisons
02/06/2020Expires on 02/06/2020Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
BBQ bundle offer starts 27th May at Morrisons online and instore, 4 British beef quarter pounders and 4 x 330ml bottles of Stella Artois or Heineken Premium for £4. Runs until th… Read more

20% fat content is fine for bbq (I think these are higher), but the gristle and filler are not. If you accept crap meat and bulking agents, then you are the problem.


Couldn't agree more... XD


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I have one but its tricky to clean it after. Wish I had stuck with my smaller one and not bought a new bigger one.


yeah the burger ???

Beyond Meat Free From Meat 10 x Burger @ Costco Instore £15.99
31/05/2020Expires on 31/05/2020Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Important. This deal is not a guarantee there will be any stock in the store, so please don’t make a trip you wouldn’t have made otherwise just for this item - we should all limit … Read more

These are wonderful - brilliant value.


In all honesty, there's not a lot of meat content in their normal sausages, i believe if it was about 5% less they'd have to call them bangers.


Most of the faux meats are pretty dire, with some notable exceptions. Can't go wrong with a good bean burger!. Costco used to do the good life bean burgers until they replaced them for this beyond burger.


I truly believe all ultra processed food is bad for you.... For that reason alone I wouldn't choose to eat these.


Am I the only vegetarian who finds these and similar 'new' products dire? I had a few in the US and Canada in the Summer, as well as in the UK but I don't like them at all. The bean burger at BK is reasonable, along with the Linda McCartney stuff I have ate previously. However these new quasi-vegans seem to be ruining processed vegetarian food. The only good Vegan burger I have had is the faux chicken burger at Mcdonalds in Amsterdam, no idea why the UK don't have them. Voted cold for the price, £1.60 per burger and not the taste (or lack of).

Strong Roots Kale & Quinoa Burger 375G £2 at tesco
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Please shop responsibly. During the Covid-19 outbreak, we have been seeing a lot of community demand for basic household items. Please consider others and don’t stockpile - we all… Read more

Or taste better? I’m guessing that the manufacturers want their food to taste good so we buy it again. Thankfully we now have the nutrition info so can make our own minds up. Vote on your feet and buy another brand. Obesity is growing but I doubt this type of product is adding to the issue too much tbh. KFC, McD’s, etc probably are!


Flavour wise, very tasteless, stick to Mexican bean burgers!


I voted hot for you. Not something I’d usually do for veg burger. My good deed of the day (y) . Now, back to the lock down...


How much sugar and chemicals went into this, worries me this bliss point nonsense and all Tesco fruit and veg seems messed with. It doesn’t go off right if it even goes off sometimes. It’s time these corporations stopped messing with our food. Healthy is no longer healthy it’s diabetes and cancer via bliss and yields. Considering everything is the same then yip its a deal, can’t deny that good find


Totally unnecessary to have sugar in the ingredients for a burger, it annoys me how so many products have sugar added to them, probably to make them more addictive.

£3 off £9+ spend with code (new account) + Up to 20% off selected takeaways @ Foodhub
Refreshed 9th MayRefreshed 9th May31/05/2020Expires on 31/05/2020
You can get a £3 off £9 discount (new account) using code NEW300 , minimum £9 spend. Plus some restaurants are also offering 10-20% off as well as free or lower cost delivery, and… Read more

Still working. Deleted account and started again with all same details. Stacked with 15% restaurant specific offer @Chanchi32


Voucher doesnt stack anymore


Central london and i can only get 7 restaurants to deliver to me all low hygiene rating dirty chicken or pizza places.


Yeh don't think food hub actually make the food. That's like blaming the delivery driver for rubbish food...


Whilst in my area most places on FoodHub are dodgy takeaways it's not FoodHub's fault your food was disgusting. It's the restaurant's fault.

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Walkers Gbk Classic Cheeseburger Crisps 5X25g - £1 @ Tesco (Min basket £40 + up to £7 delivery)
Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
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Katsu are my favourites of the three I have - nando's and american hot pizza were OK.


out of stock online


Have to say I thought the burger ones tasted terrible too! Katsu and peri peri were alright.


Or pickled onion monster munch. Mmm...


They all taste nice but the katsu curry flavour are the best

FREE Whopper When Uploading a Zoom Screenshot [redeem when stores reopen after COVID] @ Burger King
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Posted 9th AprPosted 9th Apr
Burger King UK are offering a free whopper to anyone who uses Burger King in their Zoom background, takes a screenshot, and uploads it to social media tagging them. Zoom is current… Read more

Not sure about the ad, didn't hear about it. Last time I checked it was on sale still but that was a while ago.


Enjoy the Whopper. Will be interesting to know if you can use it on the Rebel Whopper. It's just the advert that was banned and not the actual item right?


They asked for my address to post.


Did they send you a voucher via email?


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Free Classic Double Melt Burger when you buy any adult meal @ Burger King (Drive Thru)
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Posted 19th MarPosted 19th Mar
Free Classic Double Melt Burger when you buy any adult meal @ Burger King (Drive Thru)
Free Classic Double Melt Burger at any Burger King Drive Thru when you buy a meal Need a pit stop? Don’t worry Burger King has got you. Get a FREE Classic Double Melt burger at an… Read more
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Macs shutting from tomorrow evening


I didnt say it was infact BK has gone one step further than the likes of McDonalds and Greggs that @Newbold mentioned by completely closing their restaurants to walk in customers, the only way to get BK is drive through or delivery, where as McDonalds and Greggs are still open for people to walk inside and gather in a nice big group at the tills while waiting for their order...


McDonalds closed off eat in dining 2 days before the Gov announcement and Greggs 1 day before... BK closed for eat in dining as per the Gov's instructions the day of the announcement,, all the places you mentioned and BK are still open for take away, you just cant eat in store, i fail to see why you're so outraged (confused) do you think supermarkets should close as well? as they get much more people in and out than a restaurant, and if not.. what makes restaurants more of a breeding ground for Virus spreading than a supermarket? surely by your train of thought everywhere should close yes? it's ok to say so if that's how you feel, i just think you're going a bit OTT with the faux outrage at BK


Because other more responsible restaurants such as McDonald's and Greggs, closed long before they were forced to by law. They put the safety of their staff and customers before profits - BK didn't.


eh? the call for restaurants to close came Friday afternoon (20th March) and they were told to close that night and to stay closed from yesterday (21st March) and they are closed today... (22nd March) Far too long you say?? (confused) https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-51981653 the comments you're referencing came from the day the announcement was made.. and they wern't told to close immeadiately.. so dine in eating was allowed, show me evidence that a BK store allowed eat in dining yesterday (21st March) and i'l side with you... until then, your comment is just some kind of virtue signalling pish... why arnt you complaining that supermarkets are open? why arnt you complaining that petrol stations are open? etc.. etc..

Burger King offering free drinks to all NHS, emergency and social workers at all UK restaurants
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Burger King offering free drinks to all NHS, emergency and social workers at all UK restaurants
Announced here Burger King offering free drinks to all NHS, emergency and social workers at all UK restaurants "From all of us at Burger King, we want to say thank you, to all … Read more
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Do you understand the concept of evidence? NHS workers are far more likely to be exposed due to the significant amount of people with the virus they will be encountering over the next few months. The sheer amount of virus they will be exposed to is the reason for this. A number of studies have provided evidence for this. The nhs is preparing for the most significant crisis they have faced in decades, they could do without you undermining their efforts. Get a grip.


I absolutely agree that all companies should be supporting ALL people who are helping the fight against Covid 19 but there is a broad assumption that only NHS staff are at the frontline and that any other worker has been able to rush out and get everything they need to support their families. This simply isn't the case. For the last few weeks I have been help run a school of 700 children with a 100 staff while the rest of the population panic buy everything they can. I like other teaching staff will be caring for the vulnerable children and the children of NHS staff to help support this fight. By that definition I too will be put at a substantial risk and more importantly so will my family. However, there has been little recognition for teachers or educational staff. We like the NHS and elderly have been hung out to dry by the masses and have to search for a rogue toilet roll or hidden hand wash.


And they are aware and take precautions. People working in a supermarket are probably just as likely to come into contact with someone who has the virus. In my line of work I do communicate a great deal with NHS staff, from what I am told some are clearly busy but in general with routine ops cancelled they are not busy at all


I wholeheartedly agree with the amazing job people working on the frontline of the NHS are doing at this moment in time. Whilst saying that, there are many many roles within the umbrella of NHS that will fall into receiving all these various free /discounted offers being banded about just now from numerous retailers. This is whilst there are many roles going unrecognised. I don't fall into any of these categories before I get slated for a "what about me?" post. In my current job I don't deserve anything like this... I just feel it is a bit unfair to others who deserve it just as much such as teachers who are going to be looking after key workers children, care workers etc


I agree with you, I work for NHS as caretaker split shifts and now having to use chlor clean to keep these health centres open and because it's chlorine I for 1 would face mask to stop the fumes I breathe in sending me dizzy.

50% off all food for NHS staff @ Almost Famous
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Posted 18th MarPosted 18th Mar
50% off all food for NHS staff @ Almost Famous
NHS Staff now get 50% off all food at Almost Famous, just show your ID. https://instagram.com/stories/almostfamous/2267664886249132268?igshid=106xwtxnptsrc

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Do not visit these food outlets that are full of NHS plague-carriers. The ones who go there are not going to be the ones who take social-distancing seriously. Think for a moment. Do you really want to go someplace where they go straight after being coughed-on for a shift? Take your family's safety seriously and choose eateries that actively dissuade the covid-covered from visiting.


Should give it a go, is it similar to the cheesecake factory?


When I run out of toilet paper, I'm going to leave him a thank you present.


Use both sides!

Fill Up Lunch - 1 mini fillet burger, 2 hot wings and fries £1.99 @ KFC
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Posted 16th MarPosted 16th Mar
Fill Up Lunch - 1 mini fillet burger, 2 hot wings and fries £1.99 @ KFC
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Fill up lunch is back today @KFC £1.99 for a mini fillet burger, 2 hot wings and fries. Add a drink or 2 more hot wings for 99p. Don't forget the Guest experience survey on a r… Read more
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Surprised no-one's mentioned that KFC is temporarily takeout/drivethru/delivery only - you can't actually eat in at the moment - see here. I can't remember the last time I was in KFC, if ever. Sounds like this is small enough to be a "fill half up" lunch and buying 2 may be the only option :-)


Had them in Australia, USA, Vietnam, Malaysia, New Zealand, Hong Kong and UK. Nowt wrong with the UK KFC. Morecambe store repeatedly good.


3 3pm i think dude


Is it too late for lunch? Anyone know the time this runs from/to


They allow me to order 2 fillup lunch in lavender hill branch

Rebel Mondays - Rebel Whopper £1.99 @ Burger King via app
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Rebel Mondays - Rebel Whopper £1.99 @ Burger King via app
£1.99£4.4956%Burger King Deals
Burger King have launched Rebel Mondays, offering the Rebel plant based whopper for £1.99 via the app on Monday. This is the first time it's been discounted since launching in Janu… Read more
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Matter of opinion. I like it and to me it's not awful.


All "controversy" surrounding the vegan status of this burger... it tastes pretty awful. Like ultra low-quality school cafeteria burgers.


Yes Im cruel in your eyes, no matter what I do in everyday life to empower people, that I go out of my way to not hurt people verbally or otherwise to the point I can be used is all irrelvant because I eat meat. I'd rather be "cruel" as a meat eater than cruel to the general public.


In the US they have the Impossible Whopper instead of the Rebel Whopper - you might think they are the same thing, but the Impossible Whopper is superior to the Rebel Whopper. As a flexitarian with a vegetarian wife the Rebel Whopper is not bad at all, the Impossible Whopper on the other hand is incredible, it's much thicker, has a better meatier texture and flavour. The Rebel Whopper is like 60-70% the way towards a whopper replacement, i'd rank the Impossible Whopper at 98% - it was that good! The Rebel Whopper uses meat by the "Vegetarian Butcher", but the Impossible Whopper uses "Impossible Foods" meat which is super high quality and mainly available in the US. I look forward to Burger King improving the Rebel Whopper - more importantly i look forward to see what McDonalds can do to beat it.


It is not for you or any one person to decide what jobs are acceptable. The vast majority of people eat meat and the industry gives a lot of people jobs You're openly admitting you're a fascist. That is worrisome If the victims were human children..? Yeah I think eating children or any other human is wrong. It's also super illegal

Whopper Junior or Double Cheeseburger, Small Fries & A Drink - £2.99 @ Burger King app
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Whopper Junior or Double Cheeseburger, Small Fries & A Drink - £2.99 @ Burger King app
Whopper Junior or Double Cheeseburger, Small Fries & A Drink - £2.99 at Burger King app Download on Android | iOS
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Great deal :)




Why not covid19?


I think it was just the burger and fries, no drink. The Jr has been in there at some point.


I’ve never been in a Burger King

Rustlers Cheese Burger £1 @Tesco
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Rustlers Cheese Burger £1 @Tesco
Rustlers Cheese Burger, Half Price Was £2.00 Now £1.00 Offer valid for delivery from Feb 02 2020 until Mar 17 2020

morrisons too plus the chicken version


I put the burger and the bun in the toaster. Does the trick :)


Toast the bun and put extra cheese on.


Damn straight. And maybe a gherkin or two.


Hot obviously. I’m not a pervert.

Melt King Box - Any Melt, Choose A Side (4 Chilli Cheese Bites /4 Nuggets / Mini Ice Cream) Regular Drink & Fries £4.99 via Burger King app
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Melt King Box - Any Melt, Choose A Side (4 Chilli Cheese Bites /4 Nuggets / Mini Ice Cream) Regular Drink & Fries £4.99 via Burger King app
Melt King Box - Any Melt, Choose A Side, Regular Drink & Fries - £4.99 at Burger King app Melts include: Classic Cheese Melt Chilli Cheese Melt BBQ Melt Sides includ… Read more
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It's actually cheaper to get it all separately with the deals on the app right? And you get more nuggets


Works fine for me. Maybe delete then download it again, clear cache / data?


The app is just rubbish, will not allow to log in


These BK burgers are like slices of ham these days so small... i bought a 99p cheese burger and the meat on it was wafer thin. i felt like i wasted my money.



Aberdeen Angus Beef Burgers Pack of 12 - £9.99 Instore @ Costco
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Aberdeen Angus Beef Burgers Pack of 12 - £9.99 Instore @ Costco
😋 Quality burgers these 83p each is a good price. In store from tomorrow.
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This ended already?


Yes they are more expensive than your average burger. But they do have an excellent taste and texture. I personally found them a little too big. They are more like 6oz each (+50% bigger than a 1/4 pounder)


I suppose it's the same as when you buy a terrible steak from one store but, then you get a good one from a different store. Age of the meat usually a big factor.


Same breed but I'm guessing different cuts of beef or beef grades and some cheaper ones might use a bit of filler in the patties or different seasoning. Also possible the age of beef is different.


I'm no expert, but I'd guess at several factors - quality of cut of meat, age, fat ratio, coarseness of grind, presence or not of rusk. Etc! Burgers are a great exemplar of the phrase "one man's meat is another man's gristle"! 😁

2 Double Cheeseburgers and 2 Portions of Small Fries - £3.49 (using app) @ Burger King
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2 Double Cheeseburgers and 2 Portions of Small Fries - £3.49 (using app) @ Burger King
2 double cheeseburgers and 2 portions of small fries - £3.49 at Burger King using app A meal fit for a King (or a Queen) Download app on Android | iOS New voucher expires 31st M… Read more

Nothing unusual in that, they never participate.


They refused to accept my vouchers on the app in a motorway services a few weeks ago.


...you're actually being serious with this argument, aren't you? There are a little under 18,000 Burger King restaurants across the world, and they're the 6th largest chain on the planet, with an annual income of around $400bn. You're comparing it to a small, private, independent restaurant which you've invented for argument's sake, and crying for the $400bn multinational over a review (which is justified, and would be regardless of the restaurant's size) because you think it's unfair? And besides that, your comparison makes even less sense when you consider that the reason why the OP didn't complain to the staff was that it was too busy. Do you think Burger King, sixth largest restaurant chain on the planet, is going to go out of business because OP couldn't complain to them because they were busy selling too many burgers at the time? And do you not think that my little hypothetical indie restaurant would actually deserve to go out of business if I as owner employed staff who served up lousy-quality food, and I, as overseer, invested no effort into quality-control?


Ok. Let’s say you own a take away. You have 20 people queuing up, and some 99p deals going. Someone orders a 99p deal, doesn’t enjoy it. Walks out unhappy, tells others about his disappointing visit and vows to not go again. There you are, trying to run a business. Your customers slowly disappear, but you don’t know why. But hey, at least you didn’t hear about that unpleasant complaint about a 99p deal.


Crazy high. The normal double whopper meal is £7.49!!!!!! Im paying £3.17!!!!

McDonalds Burger and fries £1.99 vouchers in Metro newspaper
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McDonalds Burger and fries £1.99 vouchers in Metro newspaper
Vouchers tokens in today's Metro paper

Gloves or utensils preferred.


I got asked for the voucher for this so be careful


These offers work out better for some folk. Save image to your phone. Exactly the same apart from all the bits that are different.


The very paper that has these vouchers inside every week also had this article some time ago (lol) https://metro.co.uk/2018/11/28/poo-found-on-every-mcdonalds-touchscreen-tested-8178486/


Big Mac is pretty damn expensive compared to something like double cheeseburger so decent price, even if I don't eat it.

Buy a Whopper Meal @ Burger King and get 2 chicken strips for free - use voucher on app
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Buy a Whopper Meal @ Burger King and get 2 chicken strips for free - use voucher on app
Buy a Whopper Meal @ Burger King and get 2 chicken strips for free - use voucher on app Download app on Android | iOS Valid today only (Saturday 29th February 2020) ✔… Read more
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Not worth it you have to pay full priced whopper meal not the £3.99 one on app, so over £2 for two chicken strips

2x Rustlers Moroccan Vegetarian Burger 154g - £1 @ heron foods
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2x Rustlers Moroccan Vegetarian Burger 154g - £1 @ heron foods
Heron foods ad on Facebook so assuming nationwide. 2 for a quid got to be worth a try Description A deep-fried chickpea, carrot and coriander falafel burger, in a sesame seeded … Read more
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Being a tight git that I am, I waited until they were reduced to 14p each :{


Unless you got a wet mouth ;)


Some is good! ;)


Being vegetarian for 32 years I have to disagree to some of that ;)


Nah she buys all that expensive veggie gear from Waitrose and M&S she wont shop in the "poor persons shops" as she calls em like me. Asda, HB, B&M, Iceland are my stores but they are not for her she prefers her posh shop - she hardly cooks from scratch anymore its me that does all my own cooking now! Its proof positive for me that being completely veg is not good for you, you just have to google thyroid problem, halitosis and excessive flatulence to prove it - cant be good all that gas and they complain about the poor cows as well lol Women eh Can't Live with em.... Can't Live with em!!! I am now part of the manosphere having joined the MGTOW movement!!! lol (horror)

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