Here’s how to get free Burger King fries all year long

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Who doesn’t get a side of fries with that Whopper? Now there is a way to get free Burger King fries. Being part of that Royal Perks family has its privileges.

Customer loyalty programs have become part of the quick service restaurant conversation. While the convenience of ordering via online has its place, it is more than just click and buy. The ability to earn and receive a little extra food or discount is often the real reason why people place that order.

With the Burger King Royal Perks program, the quick service restaurant brand appreciates that it needs to roll out the red carpet for its loyal customers. From early access to new menu items to savings, all those offers have guests coming back time and again.

As Tom Curtis, President of Burger King North America said, “Since announcing the rollout of our loyalty program last September, Royal Perks is now available in nearly every Burger King restaurant nationwide. Enhancing the digital Guest experience continues to be a major focus for our brand, and we’re confident this latest offer will attract even more loyal fans, while rewarding our existing members.”

The newest offer is free Burger King fries. Even though some people might joke that there is no free lunch, this Burger King offer gives members “exclusive access” to free fries. The weekly free food offer is available every year for the entire year, through the end of 2022. Yes, free fries are always on the menu.

According to Burger King, the “Frequent Fry’ers” can choose any size fries, including large. Guests do have to make a purchase via their account to receive the free offer. More details can be found in the customer loyalty program.

The free Burger King fries offer is just one of many perks from being a Royal Perks member. From earning Crowns for every dollar spent to daily freebies to early access to new menu items, there are plenty of reasons to keep that app front and center on the screen.

What other customer loyalty perks would you like to see from quick service restaurants? What customer loyalty program has the best perks?