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FoodWhite Castle Is Giving Away 1 Million Free Sliders, Here’s How To Score Some

11:15  31 july  2019
11:15  31 july  2019 Source:   delish.com

White Castle Is Handing Out Free BBQ Sliders Every Wednesday Through June

White Castle Is Handing Out Free BBQ Sliders Every Wednesday Through June National Hamburger Month (yes, that’s a thing) is upon us, and White Castle is celebrating in a big way. The tiny burger peddler is handing out free BBQ sliders every Wednesday all month long. Free food is always great, but free food on the regular is even better. Starting May 1, White Castle locations all across the country will give you two free BBQ Original Sliders with any purchase. There’s a catch, though: You’ll have come in on a Wednesday wearing your “best western apparel.” Simply sporting a cowboy hat won’t do, either.

No, this isn't the work of " some fortune cookie," you Either way, though, I couldn't be more thrilled to celebrate the anniversary — as well as the fact that White Castle recently joined Uber Eats — by engorging myself on free White Castle sliders 31, or until 1 million sliders have been given away .

White Castle Is Giving Out Free 10-Packs of Sliders to Commemorate 'Harold & Kumar'. There obviously was no UberEats option at the time, but fans of the chain are in luck in this golden age of food delivery, because Uber Eats is giving away 1 million White Castle sliders to celebrate the movie

It’s all fun and games until someone gets the munchies. Good news for all those with the munchies, though! For the 15th anniversary of Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle, the fast food chain is teaming up with Uber Eats to make getting your hands on the famous mini-sliders a heck of a lot easier.

White Castle Is Giving Away 1 Million Free Sliders, Here’s How To Score Some© Instagram Harold and Kumar would be beyond jealous.

In celebration of the 2004 comedy and White Castle joining Uber Eats, you can enjoy 10 FREE (yes, FREE!) mini sliders through August 31, or until 1 million sliders have been gifted away. Getting your hands on the burgers couldn’t be easier. All you have to do is select the “Sack of 10 Original Sliders” on Uber Eats’ White Castle menu and enter code “1MILLIONSLIDERS” at checkout.

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White Castle is an American regional hamburger restaurant chain with 377 locations across 13 states, with its greatest presence in the Midwest.

On this video I will show you how to make an authentic White Castle Slider .

Here’s the catch: There’s a $10 order minimum. Not that we’ve ever had a problem adding more food to our carts…

According to the press release, you can also opt to place an exclusive “Harold & Kumar Order,” which includes the following: 30 sliders, five orders of French fries, and four Cherry Cokes (or Diet Cokes if you’re like Kumar). Can you say food coma?

Today and tomorrow you can get the bundle for just $23.40, which is what this entire order would have cost circa 2004. Once August hits, this special bundle will ring it at $45—which is still not too bad. So put on some Harold & Kumar, relax, and let the White Castle be driven straight to your doorstep.

One last bit of food for thought, though: How did people survive before delivery apps?

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We Tried the White Castle Impossible Slider ⁠— Here’s Our Review .
The White Castle Impossible Slider pales in comparison to its meat-laden slider counterparts, as well as to the Impossible Whopper at Burger King.Burger King’s Impossible Whopper, for reference, has been getting such good reviews that most people can’t distinguish between the plant-based version and the original Whopper. Overall, I’ve had mixed experiences with Impossible Burgers. Not all are great, but when done right they are a nice substitute.

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