Free Burger King Onion Rings This Weekend

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This weekend, two teams will engage in head-to-head competition for a ring. You, however, can get yours for free.

That's right! Burger King is giving away rings this weekend. Crisp, golden, fried rings. Onion rings, to be exact.

Today and tomorrow, February 4 and 5, just stop into any Burger King and ask for a free value-sized order of onion rings. There's no purchase required, no coupon to print out. Just walk in, ask, and ye shall receive.

What's the catch?  Well, Burger King wants you to try their new onion

rings recipe and any good pusher knows that if you give them the first

taste free and get them hooked, they'll come back to buy.

One order of rings per person, per visit (so please don't have your frat

buddies send you for a dozen orders), and the offer isn't good during

breakfast hours.

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