Get Free Vegan Royales from Burger King Today Only


Hurry, you’ve only got until the end of the day to get your hands on a free Vegan Royale.

This is not a drill.

Burger King is giving away FREE Vegan Royale burgers to all app users on the 14th March 2022.

Yep, that’s today.

What gives though? Burger King have launched their first meat-free restaurant in London’s Leicester Square today. So to celebrate, they’re giving out this delectable burger you can’t afford to miss.

And if you have absolutely no clue what we’re on about, here’s what’s up for grabs:

The Vegan Royale is exactly like the chicken royale, but is made with plant-based chicken and topped with iceberg lettuce, vegan mayonnaise and Burger King’s signature bun.

How to get a free Vegan Royale

All you have to do is download the Burger King app and use the free voucher when you hit checkout on your order.

It’s one burger per transaction (we don’t make the rules, sorry). But if any of your pals are craving a Burger King too, and aren’t too bothered about a vegan burger, get them to do the same thing. Don’t ask, don’t get!

Unfortunately, the offer doesn’t work at service stations along the motorway, airport train stations, or holiday parks.

So if you fancy a break from cooking vegan food (though we highly recommend our five vegan recipes), then you’d best get on the app ASAP.

What food is at Burger King Leicester Square?

As its the first vegan Burger King restaurant in the UK, they’re offering a ton of vegan treats you can’t miss:

  • Plant-based Whopper

  • Cheeeze and Bakon burger

  • Bakon Double Cheeeze XL

  • Vegan Cheeeze and Bakon Royale

  • Vegan Nugget Burger

  • Plant-based Double Cheeezeburger

  • Vegan Chilli Cheeeze bites

  • …and don’t forget the vegan Katsu range too!

We can’t get over this range. Definitely worth trying out if you’re transitioning into a vegan lifestyle.

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