Burger King giving away free whoppers for a year via new membership card

However there is only one card to be won...

Updated on 12 August 2020 • Written By Henry Coldstream

Burger King giving away free whoppers for a year via new membership card

Fast-food chain Burger King has announced that it will be giving members of the British public the chance to win an exclusive Whopper membership card, entitling the winner to free Whoppers every day for a year.

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The announcement of the competition comes after rap artist Tinie shared on his social media that he was the first recipient of the ultra exclusive membership card. This followed the recent #WhoppaOnAWhopper campaign, which saw customers able to watch a shruken Tinie perform his latest hit 'Whoppa' on top of a giant Whopper stage when they scanned a QR code on the burger.

Burger King has now teamed up with the British rapper to launch the special competition. All fans have to do to enter is make a video on TikTok saying why they deserve the Whopper membership card, including Tinie's single 'Whoppa' as part of the soundtrack, and tagging both @burgerkingUK and @tinietempah as well as #WhoppaOnAWhopper.

Announcing the competition on twitter Tinie said: "“WANT THE CHANCE TO WIN FREE @BURGERKINGUK WHOPPERS ON ME FOR A YEAR? TAG ME, @BURGERKINGUK & USE #WHOPPAONAWHOPPER ON TIKTOK TELLING US WHY YOU THINK YOU SHOULD WIN! DON’T FORGET TO USE MY TRACK ‘WHOPPA’ IN THE VIDEO AS WELL!”

Marketing Director of Burger King UK, Katie Evans, said: "The response to Tinie’s Whopper card tease has been nothing short of whoppa! We couldn’t think of any better way to show our appreciation to the loyalty our fans have shown through these testing times, than offering the chance to get their hands on our flame-grilled favourite for an entire year!"

Full terms and conditions for the competition can be found on the Burger King website and the winner will be announced on August 15.

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