Burger King Offers New Buy One, Get One For $1 Deal For A Limited Time


Burger King continues to focus on value with the introduction of the new Buy One, Get One for $1 deal at participating locations.

In order to take advantage of the offer, just buy one select menu item at regular price, and you’ll get a second entrée of equal or lesser value for a dollar.

Burger King’s BOGO + 1 menu includes the following options:

  • Whopper
  • 9-piece Chicken Fries
  • Original Chicken Sandwich
  • Big Fish Sandwich
  • Impossible Whopper

Prices may vary, but my nearest Burger King is charging $5.79 for every item on the BOGO + 1 menu, except for the Impossible Whopper which goes for $6.69.

The Buy One, Get One for $1 deal is available at participating Burger King locations nationwide for a limited time. Not valid on delivery orders and cannot be combined with any other coupons or offers.

Will you be taking advantage of the new BOGO deal at Burger King? Let us know what you think down in the comments.


  1. I was going to order 10 Impossible Burgers online using the buy one get one for $1 coupon, however as I read that this is not available for online orders…I am ordering from another restaurant. Thank You…

  2. Kinda crap that I get charged for 2 full meals when I wanted to buy an impossible whopper and get an original chicken sandwich. You’re telling me you can’t buy a meal with these? Only sandwiches?

  3. The people in Clayton are refusing business. I tried to buy a double Whopper and get a regular whopper for a dollar. They would not do it. They said I had to order a regular whopper to buy a whopper for a dollar. I went to Wendy’s next door.

  4. I wanted to buy a whopper meal then purchase a extra whopper for one dollar more, but I was told that can’t be done so I didn’t buy anything

  5. I ordered a regular whopper sandwich only, bacon king meal, and a shake then saw they had the BOGO deal so i asked with that whopper i want the BK fish for a dollar. They told me i couldn’t do that because i ordered a meal and a shake that i had to order another burger to qualify for the $1 offer. Someone please make this make sense. 🤷🏾‍♀️

  6. At Escanaba, MI store, I asked if the $1 deal was available in ordering a Whopper. Answer was “Yes”. I ordered 4 Whoppers and 2 small fries. I was charged: 4 Whoppers, $21.56; 2 BOGO +1$ CORE $8.76; and 2 Small fries at $4.98 for a total of $18.83 including $1.07 tax.

    The special would have been 2 Whoppers at regular price, 2 Whoppers at $2 and 2 small fries at regular price. It would appear that I was overcharged. Please advise if I am correct.

  7. If you don’t specify that you are using the buy one get one for $1 they will charge you full price. This is the same crap they pulled on the buy one get one free and the 2 for $5 / 2 for $6 “deals” they offered.
    Then they tell you they “will have your total at the window” and you have to sit and dispute the charges while your food (and everyone else’s) gets cold and the line backs up.
    This coupled with the fact that they don’t seem to be able to get any order correct has left me angry!
    I am DONE with Burger King!

  8. I tried to buy a Whopper with cheese and a Big Fish sandwich for an extra $1.00 like I have been getting every other week for months but today was told that there was no discount and that I would have to pay full price if I wanted both sandwiches. Were they mistaken?


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