Burger King is giving away 1,000 PlayStation 5 game consoles — here's how to enter
- Burger King is teaming up with Sony to give away 1,000 PlayStation 5 consoles along with digital downloads for games.
- Customers can either make a $5 purchase (before tax) or enter through a mail-in form.
- The sweepstakes will be running until November.
Starting on October 15, Burger King will begin to give away 1,000 PlayStation 5 consoles to some lucky customers, according to an announcement on the fast-food chain's website.
Other prizes include a digital download of both "Sackboy: A Big Adventure" or a digital download of "Demon's Souls," along with 1,000 codes for a three-month subscription of PlayStation Now, which allows users to play games on demand. There are 2,000 digital codes available for each game.
The chain began teasing the collaboration earlier this week, with promo videos on the company's social media accounts.
—Burger King (@BurgerKing) October 12, 2020
There are three different ways to enter. Any qualifying purchases of $5 (before tax) that are made on BK.com or the Burger King app will automatically get a token to "play the game." Customers can also enter receipt information on BK.com and the BK app to enter, or there is a mail-in form for those who don't want to dine at the chain.
Customers will also have a chance to will smaller prizes including coupons for menu items.
Once a purchase is made, a user will get a token that can be used immediately, or save for later, but it must be played by November 22.
For the lucky winners of the PlayStation 5, Burger King will begin shipping them out in Mid-November, according to the official website.
Burger King isn't the only chain currently partnered with brands to give away gaming consoles.
Taco Bell is currently running a promotion where customers have a chance to win an Xbox Series X by purchasing a medium or large drink, according to gaming website IGN.
For those who just want to purchase the PlayStation 5 or PlayStation 5 Digital, it will available on November 12, for $499, and $399, respectively.
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