Burger King Ends 15-Cent Chicken Nugget Deal

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Burger King Ends 15-Cent Chicken Nugget Deal

Read on to learn why Burger King has ended its chicken nugget deal.

Starting October 6, Burger King began selling 10-packs of chicken nuggets for only $1.49 each, but has now decided to go back to the former price of $2.99.

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The initial deal went so well that Burger King ran out of supplies!

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The 15 cent chicken nuggets lasted about five weeks, and now the fast food chain is promoting its four-cheese Whopper in place of the nugget promotion, according to Eater.

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Burger King will no longer offer a 10-pack of chicken nuggets for $1.49, which let customers buy nuggets for roughly 15 cents each. The nugget deal "performed well, in line with our expectations," Eric Hirschhorn, chief marketing officer for North America, said in an e-mail to Bloomberg. "We are quickly selling through our promotional supply."

Check out the slideshow above to learn why Burger King is ending its chicken nugget deal.

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