deals1/2 price breakfast burritos all day tues sept…

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Anyone know if they have an egg and cheese burrito? Specifically without meat. Also, how much are these normally --roughly?

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@839351: http://www.sonicdrivein.com/menu/viewSection.do?sectionId=575985

They don't have any without meat, but you can just ask for one they make and 86 the meat. I go with a vegetarian all the time. The Supersonic Burrito comes with eggs, cheese, tater tots, onions, tomato and jalapenos (and meat). Prices aren't on their website, but I wanna say it's ~$3 normally.

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@839351: "egg and cheese...without meat"? You know that eggs are baby chickens, right?

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I played the game. Found the breakfast burrito on the FIRST try !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Where's my coupon ?????

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Just got two and a large drink for 4.55 and they are much bigger than I expected, I was thinking like a McDonalds breakfast burrito where it is small and thin, this was easily the size of a Taco Bell burrito stuffed with Eggs Steak, Cheese and Tots...quite delicious!

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@scarecrow48: No coupon needed. It's just a game.

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@wwmyers: No, eggs are not baby chickens, they are eggs. An egg is a single cell that needs to be fertilized in order to become viable and grow into a baby anything.

Technically, eggs are chicken periods.

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ok that I see this is only in Oklahoma?

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@wwmyers: No, they are not. When talking about birds we use the term egg to describe the vessel in which a baby bird develops.

Grocery/commercial chicken eggs are not fertilized, therefore don't even contain anything that could ever become a chicken. The "yolk" and the "whites" are merely meant to provide nutrition and moisture for the developing chicken. Without a rooster there's no baby. Chickens lay eggs no matter what tho

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Sonic has the best breakfast burritos ever...I luv the jr sausage one :-)

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@wwmyers: No, the egg is the food source and protective habitat for a fertilized chicken embryo. An egg is most definitely NOT a chicken since they have not been fertilized by the male.

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Just came back from my local Sonic. The "premium" breakfast burritos (meat lovers, steak, etc) are $3.19. Two premium burritos and a huge Route44 Strawberry Limeaid was $6.13 after tax. And as was said, these aren't tiny burritos either. I'm 6' 2" 220 and two was too much for me. .... but so delicious. lol

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Adding my story to the list-Went to my local sonic and got one of each of the premium ones, total came to $3.50. I found the jalapeno/potato one was much tastier in case any of you are still looking into the deal. Very worthwhile at this price, and I even got a coupon for a BOGO(free) of the same thing for another visit!