Burger King is forcing customers to go to McDonald's for one-cent Whoppers. Here are 7 of the weirdest deals and ads in recent fast-food history.
Burger King has a new, bizarre deal. But, it is just the latest in the fast-food industry's long history of strange promotions.
On Tuesday, Burger King announced that if customers go within 600 feet of a McDonald's location, they can order a Whopper for one cent via the revamped Burger King app. The counterintuitive deal is intended to promote Burger King's recently relaunched app.
Burger King has a history of bizarre ads and deals. And, it isn't alone - the fast-food industry has perhaps some of the strangest promotions in the world.
Here are some of the weirdest deals, advertisements, and promotions that fast-food chains have used to win over customers:
Burger King's Whopper deal
Burger King's Google Home ad that was hacked to say the Whopper is made of a 'medium-sized child'
Taco Bell's dramatic Lyft partnership
KFC's chicken-scented sunscreen
Domino's pothole-filling initiative
IHOP's name change to IHOb
Denny's acknowledgement that its mascot resembles 'a turd'