For National Cheeseburger Day, this September 18, the most important fast food chains in the country offer a special price to celebrate.
From offers at a price that are a true gift to gifts for purchase, these are some of the incentives for consumers that fast food chains have for National Cheeseburger Day.
McDonald’s will offer double cheeseburgers for $0.50
Fast food giant McDonald’s will offer $0.50 double cheeseburgers only this September 18, participating McDonald’s restaurants nationwide will sell.
A low cost price, considering that the value of a double cheeseburger is $2.99.
To access the offer, customers must place their order through the McDonald’s app and claim the offer.
Burger King gives away a free cheeseburger
For its part, Burger King also has offers to celebrate National Cheeseburger Day, one of them is through the Royal Perks rewards program, which consists of giving away a free cheeseburger with any purchase of $1 or more.
Royal Perks members will also be able to enjoy other offers throughout the week, for example on Tuesday, September 19, customers who spend $1 or more can get a free Whopper Jr.
On Wednesday, September 20, the value of Whoppers will be just $3, while on Thursday, September 21, customers who purchase any Whopper can get another one for free.
Customers will get a free order of onion rings with any purchase of $1 or more on Friday, September 22. For Saturday, September 23, there is a promotion for a family package for $22.
And to close out the week on Sunday, September 24, customers can earn double rewards points on all purchases.
Wendy’s offers the cheeseburger for just one cent
While Wendy’s will be offering the Junior Bacon Cheeseburger for just one cent. This is the junior burger, which is one of the products preferred by customers.
The offer will be available from September 18 to 22, when customers can pay for a Junior Bacon Cheeseburger for $0.01 through the “deals” section on the Wendy’s app or website.
Origin of hamburger day
There are several versions of National Cheeseburger Day, one dating back to the 1926s, when Lionel Sternberger worked at his father’s Pasadena, California sandwich shop, The Rite Spot, and added a slice of cheese. American on a hamburger.
Another version attributes the invention to a Los Angeles restaurant called O’Dell’s, which included the cheeseburger on its menu in 1928.
While a restaurant named Kaelin’s in Louisville, Kentucky, claims responsibility for the invention in 1934.
However, it was Louis Ballast of the Humpty Dumpty Drive-In in Denver who trademarked the name “cheeseburger” in 1935, according to Gourmet Life.
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