Burger King makes first-ever ‘homecoming’ menu change and it’ll be a ‘crowning’ moment for customers

This month, BURGER King is helping customers celebrate the start of the school year with an all-new BK Homecoming menu for two.

The meal will be on the menu starting Thursday and includes two Whopper Jr. sandwiches, two milkshakes, a small order of onion rings and a small order of fries.

There are even free Burger King crowns with the two Whopper meals


There are even free Burger King crowns with the two Whopper mealsPhoto credit: Burger King

“For years, we have seen fans incorporate Burger King into their homecoming traditions and use our iconic crown as part of their royal celebrations across the country,” Zahra Nurani, vice president of marketing communications for Burger King North America, said in a statement.

“We are excited to join in the celebration by offering a delicious meal for two, giving HoCo visitors even more ways to make BK a part of this special event.”

The entire feast is just $10 for Burger King customers in stores and online.

Best of all, if you live in New York City, Los Angeles, Miami, Chicago, or Oklahoma City, you’ll also get two paper crowns from Burger King with the Royal Homecoming Meal deal.

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Note that the meal will only be available for a limited time. So it’s best to try it out as soon as it goes online on Thursday.


This isn’t the only Burger King headline exciting fans this summer.

In August, the fast food giant introduced its limited-time Royal Crispy Wraps.

Each wrap includes crispy white chicken, tomatoes and lettuce wrapped in a soft tortilla.

The wraps come in three flavors and cost $2.99 ​​each.

And earlier this year, Burger King launched its Fiery Nuggets and $1 Frozen Fanta Kickin’ Mango drink.


As the days get shorter, many other fast food chains have launched new fall menus.

As part of its fall menu launch, Dunkin’ brought back the Glazed Pumpkin Pie Donut and Munchkin Donut Hole Treats.

Also on the menu is a pumpkin muffin with sprinkles and a drizzle of white frosting, as well as the classic Pumpkin Spice Signature Latte.

Through an artist partnership, the Ice Spice Munchkins Drink is also available for a limited time from September 13th to October 31st.

Each frozen coffee drink consists of five layers mixed in a blend, with Dunkin’ frozen coffee base mixed with Munchkins donuts.

Hardee’s has also revamped its menu with its Nashville Hot Chicken.

Guests can choose from the chain’s Nashville Hot Hand-Breaded Chicken Sandwiches, Tenders or Biscuits.

“At Hardee’s, we’re all about providing the home-cooked foods our guests crave. We’re expanding our famous chicken lineup with just the right amount of seasoning,” Mallory Jones, Hardee’s director of brand marketing, said in a statement. “The flavors speak for themselves.”

Each chicken breast was marinated and fried before being mixed with a red cayenne pepper-based sauce.

Meanwhile, fans at Taco Bell are excited about the returning rolled chicken tacos.

The discontinued item was last available in 2020, but this year the chain surprised fans with its comeback.

Each taco is made with marinated, shredded chicken rolled up in a corn tortilla and deep fried, and served with a side of spicy ranch dipping sauce.

Customers have already praised the returning tacos.

“I started out a little frustrated today, but then I remembered that Taco Bell brought back the rolled chicken tacos and now I’m over the moon,” one wrote.

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In other restaurant news, Cracker Barrel fans are begging for an iconic sandwich to return to the chain.

Plus, find out why customers are upset about Dunkin’s rewards program’s new birthday rules.

Aila Slisco

Aila Slisco is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: ailaslisco@dailynationtoday.com.

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