Burger King Canada Deal: Small Coffee Only $0.25!

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Stop in at your local Burger King Canada Restaurant and enjoy their new Smooth Roast blend of coffee for only $0.25 (size small). This 12 oz cup of coffee is sure to wake you up while not causing any harm to your wallet. The great thing about the coffee actually having a price tag and not being free like the McDonald’s coffee is that you can purchase more than one cup if needed.

This offer from Burger King applies until March 10th, 2014. Decaf is also included in this offer from Burger King Canada!

I called and confirmed that this Burger King $0.25 Coffee promotion is valid at participating locations until March 10th, 2014.

5 responses to “Burger King Canada Deal: Small Coffee Only $0.25!”

  1. TJ says:

    I actually like its 0.25 & NOT FREE like McD’s …weird but TRUE.

    I feel too cheap & embarassed to ask for FREE coffee at McD’s , especially when that’s the ONLY thing I am getting @ McD’s ..I would rather pay .25 which is a very nominal amount as opposed to getting it free.

    I know , I shouldn’t let it bother me what McD’s employees think or don’t think , if I just cpme in for a FREE coffee & nothing else , but in my mind I always feel a bit conscious & as a FREELOADER when I do that 🙁

    Also the lineups are much less when its even a nominal charge as opposed to FREE

  2. josh says:

    if you feel guilty of getting a free coffee get a medium or a large, 40 cents and 60 cents

  3. BHL says:

    The only problem is BK coffee is pure garbage.

    If someone is giving away something for free, I’m not too proud to take them up on it.

    I’d typically get my morning coffee (and only coffee) at McD’s anyway.

    I won’t abuse the privelage, but I don’t mind getting my morning cup for free this week. They get my business every other day of the year anyway.

  4. Dave says:

    I see nothing unethical or guilt producing in accepting something which is given out
    free to win over customers. Given the option, I’m more likely to buy a coffee from them when I’m paying for one.

  5. Sandra5 says:

    @TJ I didn’t usually ever buy coffee from McDonalds, but these free samples have demonstrated that they have pretty good coffee and in between promos they do make money from me on coffee.
    I’ve lost count of the number of times when companies have offered free samples I’ve ended up purchasing the product later. And there are lots of other people who do the same.
    So no, I don’t feel like a freeloader when companies offer free samples, as they are driving new business to their stores.


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