BURGER King has revealed 11 tricks to save you money on your next visit.
The fast-food chain has shared the "Whoppernomics" hacks to help customers save cash on menu favourites.
The tips range from picking up free Whoppers to feeding a family of four from as little as £4.50 each.
It comes amid the cost of living crisis, as households across the UK contend with rising food, fuel and energy prices.
So if you want to save on your next BK trip, check out the comprehensive list.
A whopping deal
By spending a minimum of £3 on your first click and collect order with Burger King you can get your hands on a Whopper for free.
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You just have to login to the app on your mobile or tablet, which can be downloaded from the Apple store or Google Play.
When we looked online for a Whopper it costed £5.99 as an individual item so you're looking at a nearly £6 saving within just a few clicks.
Bag a burger for £1.99
Head down to your nearest Burger King every Monday for a plant-based Whopper or Vegan Royale for £1.99, or every Wednesday for aWhopper for the same price.
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That's a £4 saving on all three, which usually cost £5.99.
Feed the family for £4.50 each
You can get hold of two Whopper or Royale meals for £9.99 and two kids meals for £3.99 each on the BK app rather than buying them separately.
That works out as a £15 saving overall and feeds a family of two adults and two children for £18, or £4.50 per person.
Three for two on burgers
By signing up to the YourBurgerKing BK rewards scheme, for every £15 you spend you get an item off the menu for free.
Under the scheme, you get 10 points for every £1 you spend and 150 points gets you free chips, a cheeseburger, hamburgers or regular drink.
For more details on the scheme and to sign up, you can visit Burger King's website.
Nugget of wisdom
20 chicken or vegan nuggets via the BK app will cost you £3.99 compared to £4.99 at McDonalds.
That means each nugget is 5p cheaper when you're buying from Burger King.
But bear in mind, sometimes prices are cheaper depending on where you live, so you might not always make the same saving.
And you might not always want 20 nuggets if you're buying for just yourself.
A cheesy bite
If you're buying six Chilli Cheese bites from BK, order on the app and you'll get them for £1.99.
That's a saving of 15p per bite compared to if you're buying in a restaurant – 90p overall.
Get your 6th visit free
If you're on the YourBurgerKing rewards scheme you can get your sixth visit free, if you know how.
That's based on using up the 200 points you get when registering and on the average Burger King customer spend.
Bear in mind with this one though, you might not get your sixth visit for free, as it depends on how much you spend on your first five orders.
Either way, you'll get a free visit eventually, it just might take more time.
Magic your meal out of nothing
Or, you can use your first 200 points from the YourBurgerKing scheme to claim a free cheeseburger, hamburger or drink for free before waiting for a free visit.
That's if you don't want to save up for a bit more of a meal.
Uni students up and down the country can get their hands on a free Whopper Junior every day of the week just by showing their Student Beans ID at the till.
But you'll have to spend £4 to be able to get one.
We tried to find out how much a Whopper Junior costs individually but couldn't find any near us.
But either way, a free burger is better than none.
Whopper-ise your BK
Order from the Melts range and you could get yourself a burger, side, fries and drink for £4.99.
That's if you're ordering in-store, via drive-thru or click and collect.
That's a £3 saving when compared to a medium Whopper meal, and you don't get the extra side with that.
Don't worry, be 'appy
Often, new Burger King items are available exclusively on its app.
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So make sure you've got it downloaded and you'll get access to fresh menu items first.
Plus, menu previews on the app often come as part of a deal so you could save some money in the process.
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