As part of Burger King’s goal of increasing menu items, the location in Saugus will begin offering breakfast and other items.
Burger King Corp. is shaking up the breakfast battle with the unveiling of the brand’s largest menu expansion ever. Nine new Burger King Breakfast Menu items will have sleepyheads everywhere marching to a new breakfast beat and into their closest Burger King restaurant. From premium platters and savory sandwiches to fresh-baked Mini Blueberry Biscuits and Seattle’s Best Coffee, the new Burger King Breakfast Menu is now available and making daybreak delicious at participating Burger King restaurants nationwide.
“We’re ready to compete to be America’s wake-up call with our new Burger King Breakfast Menu,” said Mike Kappitt, chief marketing officer, North America, Burger King Corp. “We’re recognized far and wide for our superior burgers, and we’re confident guests will know and love us for breakfast as well. Given the quality, variety and value on our new menu, Burger King is sure to become the destination for breakfast.”
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The new Burger King Breakfast Menu items join long-time guest favorites, including the popular Croissan’wich and recent menu additions such as the Burger Breakfast Muffin Sandwich and the Burger King Breakfast Bowl. The menu is available until 10:30 a.m. daily:
For sandwich lovers, there’s the Burger King Breakfast Ciabatta Club Sandwich, which features eggs, fresh tomatoes, ham, bacon, American cheese and smoky tomato sauce. Brought together on a toasted Ciabatta bun made with whole grains, this hearty morning sandwich is offered at a suggested retail price of $2.89.
The easy-to-eat four-piece Mini Blueberry Biscuits are served warm with a side of vanilla icing for dipping. Bursting with blueberry, the four freshly baked biscuits are ideal for an on-the-go morning treat and can be enjoyed for just $1.
The Burger King Ultimate Breakfast Platter provides the ideal breakfast combination – scrambled eggs, sizzling sausage, golden hash browns, a buttery biscuit and fluffy pancakes for a suggested retail price of $4.29. Its siblings, the Pancake and Sausage Platter and the Pancake Platter, are available for a suggested retail price of $2.89 and $2.29, respectively.
Pipinghot, Seattle’s Best Coffee, turns up the volume on breakfast and is available in small, medium and large sizes at suggested retail prices of $1, $1.19 and $1.39, respectively. Burger King Corp. is also expanding its coffee offerings to include a line of Iced Seattle’s Best Coffee in three premium flavors: mocha, vanilla and regular. Double brewed for a strong wake up call, the cool coffees are available at a suggested retail price of $1.89.
In addition, the full Burger King Breakfast Value Menu, which launched in early 2007 as the first national breakfast value menu among quick-service restaurants, remains as it is today and will include the new four-piece Mini Blueberry Biscuits in addition to BK(R) Breakfast staples such as Cini-minis, the three-piece French Toast Sticks and the BK(R) Breakfast Muffin Sandwich, all priced at a $1.
A 60-second television commercial, featuring an uncanny cast of characters, is now running and has guests marching to a new breakfast tune. The ad leads a comprehensive marketing campaign in support of BKC’s largest menu launch to date. In the spot, an early riser hits the streets alongside a cadre of hungry neighbors drawn to the excitement – a construction worker, jogger, landscaper and even a flutist – chanting, “BURGER KING(R) for breakfast? There’s really such a thing.” Later, targeted 30-second spots will showcase how individual menu items get snoozers marching to the beat of the BK(R) drum for breakfast. “The campaign is a rallying cry for consumers to shake up their morning routine by opting for a hearty breakfast at Burger King,” said Kappitt.
Over the next 11 weeks, consumers will also see and hear about the new Burger King Breakfast Menu across a variety of platforms in unexpected ways throughout the launch, including digital banner ads, a mobile application and out-of-home advertising.