Last weekend we had the opportunity to take our boys to Burger King to try the new BK Crown Program. This is a kid’s meal in a box that has activities on it and is complete with a crown! My boys loved the crown!
What I loved most about the BK Crown Program is that I could customize their meals. Choose an entree, pick either apples fries or regular fries and then milk, apple juice or soda. Capt. M chose apples while Mr. B chose french fries. The one thing I was disappointed with was that there was a $0.49 additional charge for the apples.
The BK Crown Program also allows kids to choose a charity to give back to. On the inside of the BK Crown boxes there is a code that can be entered at BKCrown.com and a donation will be made to Wildlife Conservation Society, National Parks Conservation Association, DonorsChoose.org or Have It Your Way™ Foundation.
Also at Burger King®, for just $9.99 your family can enjoy the “BK™ Family Bundle” which includes a WHOPPER® sandwich, WHOPPER JR.® sandwich., two small fries, two small soft drinks and a Kids Meal.
One How to Have it All reader will win a $25 Burger King gift card!
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