dealswhopper, buy one get one for .55cents

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Hmm they had this last weekend too...

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Does "free shipping" mean they'll deliver it?

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have you eaten a whopper lately? that explains a lot.....

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@insanecaribou: Yes... to your car, at the drive-through.

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$0.55 is different from 0.55 cents. Didn't we learn anything from the Verizon debacle!?!

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From the previous postings, this is only for the classic regular whopper. If you want cheese they charge like 75 cents or something. So if you want to really be a cheapskate, either go DT and cheese at home or BYOC to the place.

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went to Burger King on 12/7/12 and got this deal at the drive thru....they asked me....no coupon necessary

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What's all the excitment about? The regular price of the mystery meat Whopper is $4.69/copy. If you want cheese add .50 which brings the price to $5.19. The companion burger costs an additional $.55 plus $.50 for cheese, that's $1.05 for the second burger. The grand total with tax is $6.68 for 2 burgers or $3.34 each. For about $2.00 more, you can go into your local Diner and order a "hamburger deluxe", which comes with fries and all the trimmings and includes a comfortable place to sit and enjoy your meal...and someone brings your your food. Which is better?

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This is still expensive, when you consider you can have two cheeseburgers from In-N-Out for $4.40 + tax. Carl's Jr. sends coupons in the mail all the time (I've got three sets of them in my car, right now), and they always have coupons for 2 Famous Star burgers for $3, 2 Six Dollar Burgers for $6, and often 2 Teriyaki or Western Bacon Cheeseburgers for $4. My local branches of Burger King often have the 2 Whoppers for $3.50 deal, which makes this look like less of a deal.

That being said, I'm still going to vote this up, just because I do go to Burger King and I like that they have a decent dollar/value menu. That BK Bacon Burger for $1 is a pretty good deal and pretty tasty, too.

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Burger King has started delivery in some markets as a test... can't believe it took Burger King to come up with a brilliant idea like delivering food other than pizza or Chinese.

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I really wish someone would do Mexican food delivery. I could see that taking off in Colorado.

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This is really a bad deal and it could be considered a real rip. You buy one at full price and then can buy only one more at 55 cents. You can only get one at the promo price instead of one or two more.

There are promo BOGO coupons in out there where you can buy one Whopper at full price and get one FREE. Now that's a better and real deal compared to this marketing ploy.

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@pleepleus: Way off topic, but check to see if there are any food delivery companies in your area. Usually, they charge 5 bucks, pick up your call in order and take it to you.

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@flippo: It's all about perceived value.

There was a study done on pennies, which can be applied here, but switch them for Whoppers.
A study auctioned off two different pennies, many times. Once, they sold them separately. Once, they sold them as BOGO. And once they sold them as buy one, and get one at a discounted price. To the consumer, they perceived value of the BOGO pennies was lower - they paid less for the pennies when they thought they were getting one for free. This was caused for several reasons, the main being that they thought that there was something off about the pennies, and that's why they were giving them away for free.

I had to do a paper on this subject for my Buyer Behavior class. If I find the source, I'll post it.

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Oh i remember working at BK when we had 99 cent whopper weekends or the 99 cent original chicken. I mean its not a horrible deal but still you dont really get what you pay for anymore when it comes to fast food. Prices will continue to go up as your portions will become less.

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@pleepleus: All the restaurants downtown deliver here in El Paso, including lots of Mexican places. I saw the same bike delivery guy here at City Hall every time I got on the elevator one day last week, I was joking with him that we needed to give him a desk. But I doubt they deliver to Colorado, that would be quite a bike ride. We have an extremely competitive restaurant market here, so they do anything they can think of to get a hold of a piece of market share. There are 1,500 listed in the Yellow Pages, it's reasonable to figure there are actually twice that many in operation as lots don't advertise at all, so that would mean there is one restaurant per about 250 people here.

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This was lunch!!! My belly thanks you, my waist line curses you and my taste buds say meh ^_^
I ordered no cheese or extras because really two whoppers should be enough, they were.

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@acanarelli: You don't add cheese to a Whopper. Just like you don't add ketchup to a hot dog. It's just not the way it's done.

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@omnichad: I always add ketchup to a hot dog! You name it, I put it on a hot dog, except for mayo. At 7-11, I put on just about every condiment they have - ketchup, mustard, sauerkraut, onions, relish, pico de gallo salsa, jalapenos, chili and nacho cheese. It may sound like a mess (well, it can get pretty messy), but it is absolutely delicious!

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If you are in a market BK delivers too use FreeWP coupon code for a free whopper