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If your flight is delayed while in the US, you'll get a free whopper from Burger King.Source:Supplied
You could get a free Burger King Whopper if your flight is delayed this Christmas.
The fast food chain is giving away burgers to make travelling a bit easier during the festive season, if you’re flying around the US.
The offer includes a free Impossible Burger, their vegan alternative to the Whopper, usually costing $5.99.
It was first introduced to the chain in April, and has been met with rave reviews.
Any passenger who faces a delay from any airport across the US can get the free snack from any Burger King in the country, excluding airport chains.
At least you now have some good news if your flight is delayed.Source:Supplied
With more than 47.5 million people flying across the US during Christmas and New Year, delays are to be expected.
Last year, more than 7,000 flights were delayed in one day due to the busier season.
In a tweet, Burger King explained: “Flight delayed? So much for ‘happy holidays’ amirite?
“But we’ve got something to help the wait fly by a little faster.
“Just download the BK app and enter your flight number to get a free Impossible Whopper.
“How about that for some holiday cheer? (yes, we’re done asking questions).”
Your flight delay just got a whole lot better.Source:istock
After logging the delay in the app, you will then be given a coupon to redeem the burger once the delay has been confirmed.
You also have to be at the airport when logging the flight details.
The voucher can be used up until January 6 next year.
Another meat-free burger being added to Burger King is the Rebel Whopper, made from soy.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and has been republished with permission