Burger King France has lowered the price of its iconic burger, the Whopper, to €2 in a new campaign from Buzzman, the Paris-based creative agency that works with the fast-food restaurant.
Why is Burger King France lowering prices?
Gas costs are going up across the world, and it’s becoming more difficult for many people to manage their budgets every day, not that it wasn’t already, but this just adds fuel to the fire.
As a result of this, Burger King France has taken it upon themselves to assist all those individuals out there who are presently thinking about taking the bus or even walking rather than fuelling their automobiles’ gas tanks and creating a large dent in their bank accounts by what is going on.
The fast-food chain will be lowering the price of its most well-known burgers, the Whopper, to 1 euro and 99 cents for drive-thru pick-ups only, with the special pricing set to end March 27.
For the week between March 23 and March 30, 2022, Burger King Belgium will sell this meal for just €1.99 too. So if you live in one of those two countries, it might be a good idea to make use of the campaign before it ends.