Burger King Swaps Out Bacon Cheeseburger for Rodeo Burger in $1 Value Menu. Burger King updates their "$1 Your Way" value menu by swapping out the Bacon Cheeseburger and replacing it with the Rodeo Burger. Read more
Burger King is currently offering a new Bacon Cheeseburger that is available as part of the chain's new $1 Your Way Menu for, you guessed it, just $1.
UPDATE: The Single Bacon King is now available on its own for a suggested price of $5.79, or as part of a combo meal that includes your choice of one side and a drink with prices starting at $8.29 (may vary).
Calling it "Big taste" in a "smaller package," Burger King launches the new Bacon King Jr. as the smaller counterpart to the Bacon King.
The Rodeo Cheeseburger was nationally discontinued in the U.S., but it was regionally available in some locations as part of Burger King's value menu.
If you split the Super Star between the patties and make room for the chicken sandwich, you've got this indulgent secret menu item. That's four buns, two beef patties, one chicken patty, and too many toppings for us to care to count.
You can't go wrong with our Bacon Cheeseburger, a signature flame-grilled beef patty topped with smoked bacon and a layer of melted American cheese, crinkle cut pickles, yellow mustard, and ketchup on a toasted sesame seed bun.
Burger King Swaps Out Bacon Cheeseburger for Rodeo Burger in $1 Value Menu. Burger King updates their "$1 Your Way" value menu by swapping out the Bacon Cheeseburger and replacing it with the Rodeo Burger.
The Rodeo Burger will be taking the place of the Bacon Cheeseburger on the value menu, which marks the first change to the $1 Your Way menu since its debut in 2020. The $1 Your Way menu now includes the Rodeo Burger, Chicken Jr. Sandwich, value fries, and a 16-ounce value drink.
The Breakfast Bacon King features an egg, sausage patty, two slices of bacon, a slice of American cheese and a new maple buttery sauce on a brioche bun. The Garlic Bacon King has two quarter-pound beef patties, three half slices of bacon, garlic pieces, two slices of American cheese and mayo on a sesame seed bun.
Mix and Match, grab 2 sandwiches for just $5! Offer includes a WHOPPER® Sandwich, Original Chicken Sandwich, and Alaskan Fish Sandwich.
This mammoth of a burger will cost you about $5.29, which is another 90 cent increase over the Double Whopper.
The fast-food company known for its Frosty shakes and square burgers has replaced its 99-cent value menu with a beefed-up array of options called "Right Price Right Size," with items ranging from 99 cents to $1.99.
For a limited time, buy one of the selected menu items and get a second item (of equal or lesser value) for just $1 at participating locations. You don't have to buy the same item, so mix-and-match for your own personalized pairing.
For those that want the flavors of a Bacon King in a slightly smaller package, the burger chain has released the Single Bacon King, which has one patty, three half slices of bacon, American cheese, ketchup, and mayonnaise (via Chew Boom).
1,360 Cal. Our Bacon King Sandwich features two ¼ lb* savory flame-grilled beef patties, topped a with hearty portion of thick-cut smoked bacon, melted American cheese and topped with ketchup and creamy mayonnaise all on a soft sesame seed bun.
Unlike the Double Whopper, the bacon and cheese are part of the Big King XL and do not cost extra. To ultimately answer your question, the burgers are the same size just different builds.
The fact that the quarter pounder contains about a 1/4 teaspoon more sodium than the double cheeseburger for only 60 calories more is a bit jarring. This is the best burger you can get at Hardee's.
By the early 2000s, Hardee's had decided to devote itself to focusing on burgers, and cut 40 items from their lunch and dinner menus. Unfortunately, their fried chicken was one of the menu items left behind, leaving us to suspect it may not have been as popular as they implied.