Thanks to the ubiquitous drive-through lane, you don’t even need to get out of your car to get burgers, fries, an extra-large diet soda or doughnuts. Now Burger King is making it even easier to avoid all the “effort” it takes to get in your car, drive to a fast-food eatery and stretch your arm out to get your deep-fried carbohydrates: Burger King is piloting home delivery for a $2.00 fee in 16 restaurants, 4 in the Washington, D.C., area.
Customers must order a minimum of $8.00 – $10.00 of food (but not breakfast items or drinks) and live within a 10-minute radius of a restaurant. They can order via phone or online at www.bkdelivers.com and the food will be packed in special thermal bags. Read more.