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National Hamburger Day Deals Bring the Sizzle of Summer

Cheeseburgers | Image by Hannamariah/Shutterstock
Cheeseburgers | Image by Hannamariah/Shutterstock

National Hamburger Day on May 28 is a great way to get a little sizzle ahead of summer with various deals and offers.

Here are a few places across the DFW area where you can snag your favorite burger for a discount.

Arby’s

Arby’s is offering a promotion from May 28 through June 2. Arby’s rewards members will receive 50% off a Deluxe Burger or Big Cheesy Bacon Burger. This deal is only valid for online orders or orders that will be picked up in-store.

Buffalo Wild Wings

Buffalo Wild Wings is running an exclusive promotion for Blazin’ Rewards members. For National Burger Day, the restaurant will offer buy-one-get-one burgers for dine-in, takeout, and delivery orders, per Fox 4 KDFW.

Burger King

Burger King is celebrating the occasion with free hamburgers for customers who spend 70 cents or more on the BK app. The promotion applies to customers who dine in, order delivery, or order ahead. Burger King will continue to run promotions every day through June 3 for members of the Royal Perks loyalty program in celebration of its 70th birthday.

Dairy Queen

Dairy Queen will run a deal exclusively for rewards members from May 27 to June 2. Those who purchase a Signature Stackburger will get a second one (of equal or less value) for 99 cents. The offer is only available at select locations and limited to one person per order, as reported by TODAY.

Wendy’s

Wendy’s is offering one-cent Jr. Bacon Cheeseburgers for the week when orders are placed through the app or online.

Whataburger

A beloved Texas favorite is also offering something special for National Burger Day. Whataburger is running a promotion for new customers who download and sign up for their rewards program on May 28. Those who sign up for the first time will receive a free burger on May 28. For those who are already members, orders placed using the app will receive three times points on Tuesday only, per USA Today.

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