Burger King is giving away FREE hash browns if you buy a breakfast meal

BURGER King is handing out FREE hash browns to foodies who buy a breakfast meal this week.

Hungry customers can get their breakfast fix from today until Friday September 13 through the app.

All you need to do to get the freebie is buy any breakfast deal, which includes a sandwich and a hot drink such as tea or coffee.

The prices of these meals start from £1.99 for the bacon or sausage butty while the hash browns usually cost 99p, although Burger King restaurants can set their own prices.

The deal comes as the restaurant chain recently launched a new breakfast menu, which includes the Breakfast King: a brioche bun packed with a flame-grilled patty, bacon, two eggs and American cheese.

To get the offer, you'll need to download the free app, which is available to both iPhone and Android users.

Once you've installed it, go to the vouchers section and you'll find the offer to get your freebie.

Then simply show the code at the restaurant till when you order your meal.

The deal is available until 11am every day this week and in all restaurants except for those in airports, train stations and service stations. You can use the handy store locator to find your nearest one.

If you're worried about your waistline, you'll want to know that a pack of the golden potato snacks contains 250 calories, although Burger King couldn't say how much each portion weigh.

While you're at it, head to McDonald's and grab yourself a free breakfast McMuffin as its deal is running for the same time period.

All you have to do it buy yourself a hot drink to go with it.

McDonald's breakfast is served until 10.30am in most restaurants except for 115 restaurants trialling a later time of 11am.

In May, Burger King rolled out chicken fries in the perfect shape for dipping.

While a few months earlier, it launched a mini bacon king burger.

The fast food chain has been blasted by health experts though over its whopping 1,130-calorie burger, which contains an entire day's worth of saturated fats.

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