In a 35-page complaint against Burger King it is stated, “The terms of Burger King’s buy-one-get-one-free deal are well known to American consumers: buy one product at its standard price, and receive a second for free, but Burger King’s BOGO promotion works a little differently.”
According to a patron, Koleta Anderson, three different locations in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and Virginia had charged her different amounts in separate transactions whether she was ordering with her coupon or not. The biggest discrepancy Anderson documented was at a location on D.C.’s Connecticut Avenue, where a single sausage, egg, and cheese on a croissant cost just a dollar, but was $4.19 when ordered with a BOGO coupon.
The complaint claimed, “Burger King’s nationwide BOGO scheme is deceptive to reasonable consumers who expect that, when using a BOGO coupon at any retail store or restaurant, absent any exclusions or other terms and conditions, they will pay the same regular price for two identical Croissan’wiches as they would pay to purchase a single Croissan’wich.”
This complaint has since been settled in court with a class action. Eligible class members include anyone who purchased 2 or more CROISSAN’WISH breakfast sandwiches from a Burger King restaurant in the United Sates and paid more than expected between October 1, 2015 and May 19, 2017.
Claim to receive up to $2 Burger King Gift Card without proof of purchase or more with proof!
Deadline to file is 3/13/18
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