Burger King's Kids Eat Free deal for bank holiday - here's how to claim

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Fast food giant Burger King is offering kids the chance to eat for free this upcoming bank holiday, however, you'll need to act swiftly. The "Kids Eat Free" initiative is set to launch from May 27 and will run through to June 2.

The only requirement for snaffling a free kids' burger is that a child must be accompanied by an adult who is purchasing a full-priced burger meal. Although this offer is nationwide, it's restricted to participating restaurants, ruling out outlets at motorway service stations, airports, train stations, and holiday parks.

Home deliveries aren't included in the deal - so you'll have to head out to a restaurant to make the most of it.

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This announcement follows on from Burger King's recent rolling out of their Spicy Mayo Double Whopper. The novel burger was met with resounding approval, leading the fast-food chain to resuscitate their popular Spicy Mayo line.

The original Spicy Mayo series, which made its first UK appearance last summer, put a mouthwatering twist on the classic Whopper and Chicken Royale burgers. Two flame-seared patties, proudly crafted from 100% British and Irish beef, are topped with crunchy gherkin slices, fresh onion rings, lettuce, and ripened tomatoes to create the Spicy Mayo Double Whopper.

All these ingredients nestle between a warm, toasted sesame bun and are topped off with a bespoke mix of sweet ketchup, irresistibly creamy and spicy mayo, and oozy cheese.