Burger King Whopper returns to its original price for two days only: Celebrates 64 years

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Burger King's Whopper is 64 years old.
Burger King's Whopper is 64 years old.

Today and tomorrow, you can purchase Burger King's iconic Whopper for 37 cents [plus tax], its original price back in 1957.

The fast-food chain's throwback offer is in celebration of the Whopper's 64th year on the menu.

BK's Whopper sandwich comes with a flame-grilled beef patty topped with tomatoes, lettuce, pickles, mayo, onions, and ketchup on a sesame seed bun.

Purchase it today and tomorrow [December 3 and 4] at participating restaurants nationwide to receive the celebratory birthday deal. Customers must be members of BK's Royal Perks reward program.

There is a one-Whopper limit per account which must be ordered via the Burger King app or website.

According to BK's website, the original Home of the Whopper, is the second-largest fast-food hamburger chain in the world. Burger King was founded in 1954, and eleven million guests visit their restaurants around the world daily.

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