Get a Burger King Whopper for only a penny

Get a Burger King Whopper for only a penny

Get a Burger King Whopper for only a penny

After placing orders via the app, customers are "detoured" to the nearest Burger King to fetch the spoils of this fast-food war.

In a ballsy bit of fast food schadenfreude, Burger King is now selling Whoppers for a penny.

Burger King is celebrating their newly revamped mobile app by offering Whopper sandwiches for just one-cent each - but you'll have to go to a McDonald's restaurant first in order to score the deal. But, and here comes the sneaky part, customers have to be using the Burger King app to order - and be at a McDonald's. Get more information here.

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The promotion is called the "Whopper Detour" and runs through Tuesday, December 12th.

Here's how it works: "The Whopper Detour" campaign geofences 14,000 McDonald's locations across the United States from the new BK app.

'If a guest is inside one of these geofenced areas and has the new BK App on their device, the app will unlock the WHOPPER sandwich for a penny promotion'.

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Burger King's app can be downloaded for Android or iOS here. Under a blurred-out photo of the Golden Arches is the bejeweled hand of the Burger King himself, adding the letter "W" in a key place.

In a later tweet, the company joked: "morning everyone. if you happen to be going to McDonald's today, drive safe".

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