Burger King is giving away FREE chicken fries today – but for only two hours

BURGER King is giving away FREE chicken fries today – but hungry customers will need to be quick to get them.

The freebie is only available via the Burger King app between 2pm and 4pm today, December 13.

Burger King is giving away chicken fries today but only between 2pm and 4pm

To get the deal, you’ll need to download the Burger King app and select the offer.

You’ll then be given your free code to get your chicken fries – you don’t need to buy anything from the menu to get the offer.

The Burger King app can be download for free on the App Store and Google Play.

But make sure you’re ready to order before getting your code, as it expires after 15 minutes.

The voucher can’t be used with any other Burger King offer, and is limited to one voucher per customer.

The deal is part of Burger King’s twelve days of Whopper Christmas giveaway.

We’ve already seen the burger giant give away mini Oreo fusion ice creams, as well as free chilli cheese bites.

Added to the menu back in May this year, chicken fries are breaded chicken strips that come in packs of six or nine.

They’re made with 100 per cent chicken breast and come in a light bread coating that’s seasoned with a mix of herbs and spices.

Typically, the chicken fries usually cost £2.99 for six, or £3.69 for nine – though prices will vary.

The six-piece set has 250 calories, and the nine-piece has 358 calories.

But the chicken fries are slightly lighter than potato fries as a regular portion of Burger King’s chips contains 280 calories, and a large has 400.

Burger King has around 500 restaurants in the UK and you can find your nearest one by clicking here.

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