Whataburger this week unveiled two hamburgers, two breakfast entrées, and two desserts, with only certain items available in certain states across the Southwestern and Southern U.S.
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Whataburger has created a new holiday for its latest promotion, during which customers can add jalapeños to any entrée for free.
During Free Jalapeño Week, the Southwestern-U.S. hamburger chain will forgo the $0.45 charge it usually assesses customers who want to top their Whataburger or breakfast Taquito with the green chili pepper. Also as part of the event, on Tuesday, eight different locations will host firefighters and police officers as they take part in jalapeño-eating contests for charity. A press release issued by the restaurant claims that $8,000 in all will go to a number of different charities.
Free Jalapeño Week comes on the heels of several unique promotions. Last November, Whataburger hosted “Orange Night Out,” on which customers who entered participating restaurants sporting the company’s trademark color received a free hamburger. Later in the winter, the chain reduced the price of its Taquitos and also hosted twelve separate giveaways for its email subscribers.
Whataburger celebrates its 60th Anniversary this summer. Free Jalapeño Week begins today and ends January 17.
In a press release, 59-year old hamburger chain Whataburger announced that, beginning today, it will offer its popular taquito for only $0.99.
Down from $1.89-$1.99, the Whataburger Taquito consists of scrambled eggs wrapped in a tortilla, along with either sausage, bacon, or potato. Customers can customize their taquito by adding any combination of cheese, jalapenos, onions, and picante sauce.
As with all items on the Whataburger breakfast menu, the taquito can only be purchased from 11PM to 11AM. It will return to its regular price after January 18, 2010.