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Free "Satisfries" October 12-13

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The saying is that there's no such thing as a free lunch.  However, you can get free fries this weekend.  October 12th and 13th, Burger King is giving away its new "satisfries."  All customers who visit Burger King during the hours fries would normally be served, will get a free order.  No coupons.  No ID cards.  No questions.  Although, it is a one-per-customer limit.

Burger King figures the best way to get consumers hooked on its new lower-calorie, lower-fat fries is to let customers try them.  The new, crinkle-cut fries debuted last week.  The fries have 30% less fat and 20% fewer calories than Burger King's current fries.  A small serving of BK's Satisfries comes in at 270 calories with 11 grams of fat.  That compares to 340 calories and 15 grams of fat for a small serving of its classic fries.  There is no change in ingredients for the new fries, but the fries absorb less oil, so they have fewer calories.

On normal days, the Satisfries usually cost $1.29.

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