Free tacos and whoppers! Burger King, Taco Bell announce coronavirus response freebies

Burger King is looking to reward students who are continuing to study hard through the worldwide coronavirus pandemic with free Whoppers – all they have to do is answer a question.

News 12 Staff

Apr 14, 2020, 10:03 AM

Updated 1,464 days ago

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Burger King is looking to reward students who are continuing to study hard through the worldwide coronavirus pandemic with free Whoppers – all they have to do is answer a question.
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From now through April 20, the fast food chain says it will post a question each day on its social media channels, including its Facebook and Instagram pages. The questions will cover different subjects, including math, biology, chemistry and literature.
According to the chain, students need to enter their answer on the Burger King app to get the free Whopper with any purchase. There's a limit of one per student.
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The promotion is for registered Burger King app guests 18 and older, and guests between the ages of 13 and 18, with parental consent.
In addition, Taco Bell is giving away free tacos today, the third Taco Tuesday in a row the chain has given away free food.
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All customers who visit the chain via drive-thru will receive a free Doritos Locos Taco.
           
There is no purchase necessary to get the free seasoned beef tacos.


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