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Miami Herald Friday October 13, 2017
Burger King settles a lawsuit over how much a Buy One, Get One Free deal should cost
Burger King has settled a federal class action lawsuit that pointed out a price discrepancy between buying one and buy-one-get-one-free. The May suit, filed in Maryland by Koleta Anderson, claimed Burger King charged more for a Croissan’wich if the customer used a Buy One, Get One Free (BOGO) coupon than it charged a customer just buying one Croissan’wich by itself. Backed by receipts from Burger Kings in Florida, Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia, Anderson accused the fast food chain of deceptive trade practices, breach of contract and breach of implied covenant of good faith and fair dealing. On May 7, the Miami Herald checked and found a single Sausage Croissan’wich cost $3.20 with sales tax at the Burger Kings at 701 NW 37th Ave. and 1309 NW 20th St.. Instead of costing the same thing when a Herald reporter used BOGO coupons at the same locations minutes later, he paid $3.42 and $3.64. An important point — the reporter ordered his Croissan’wiches without cheese. “BKC’s investigation concluded that...Read more

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