Breakfast is an important meal. Many people realize the need to fuel up before heading out to work or school. Some people chose to eat at home. Others may find it best to grab something with them as they had out to work. Fast food outlets all over the world have been offering a nice breakfast for their customers for many years. People can run inside or choose to have breakfast via a drive-in. One of the most popular American fast food chains is Burger King. Burger King has hundreds of outlets all over the country. Customers who have chosen to eat breakfast in one of the outlets may be surprised to learn of a new possible issue that concerns them and their previous decision to grab breakfast here.
A Small Refund
Refunds are common in many instances. Companies often make minor mistakes. One way to help remedy any kind of minor mistake is via the use of a class action lawsuit. Class action lawsuits are designed to help correct problems that may have affected thousands or even millions of customers in the past in a very minor way that should still be corrected. One such class action suit has been filed against Burger King. The lawsuit was filed and alleged that specific company locations decided to charge a significantly higher price for customers who ordered two breakfast sandwiches that were only charged when the customer used a coupon. Those breakfast customers who decided to order at least two Croissan’wich breakfast sandwiches during a certain time frame may be able to get a small check.
The Time Frame
Customers who made the decision to order these breakfast sandwiches between the first of October 2015, and May 19, 2017, might be eligible for a small but highly rewarding reward. In order to get the reward, the client needs to have used a specific coupon that allowed to buy one and get the second one for free. This is a common discount that Burger King, like many other companies, offers this kind of deal to their customers quite frequently. It's also one that many clients have chosen to take advantage of over the years.