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Free Whopper Jr @ Burger King

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Free Whopper Jr @ Burger King
BALL is the keyword for a FREE Whopper Jr thanks to the Sky Sport Breakers. Visit www.BKWhopper90.com to claim yours!

No other purchase required

Expires EOB today

As per the last deal….

Some more details , apparently limited to 8000 burgers.

Breakers Whopper90 T&C’s

Free Whopper Junior burger vouchers available each game during the 2021 season if the Breakers score 90 points or more in every game this 2021 season.

Visit BKWhopper90.com and enter the code word to claim your voucher for 1 free Whopper Junior burger. Code word will be shared live on Sky Sport’s game coverage and on Burger King’s Facebook and Instagram pages. The voucher will be text to you, 8,000 vouchers available for download, 1 download per person. Voucher must be redeemed at the front counter or drive thru. Not available on delivery, via the BK App or Kiosk. Coupon Voucher will be valid until midnight (or restaurant closure) the day after the game. Coupons Voucher cannot be used at BK Christchurch Airport. 1 per customer.

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    Taken as a lunch. Note that, DO NOT SWIPE TO REDEEM on the website by yourself. I assumed that there will be confirmation screen or code will be showing, but just encounter with the screen showing '…redeemed'.

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      You can actually go back and do it again. (I mean back in your browser, don't reload!)

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    Tried twice with mobile and laptop but never received any text or email :-(

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      If it's Kogan, you'll probably never receive any SMS unfortunately. Email should arrive, people have had 2+ hour long delays before, but it might be in time for dinner. Speaking of which, I suggest anyone wanting one for dinner do the voucher request now just in case

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        I'm with kogan and only took 30 mins to receive text. Kogan is just vodafone hiding in an Australian brand.

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          You can check the old two threads. Multiple people reported problems with Kogan. I can confirm I tried this time with Kogan as well, again same problem and it was hours ago. Email was a bit delayed maybe about 1.5 hours but arrived. I'm surprised it worked for you. Did you port your number? At a guess that might be why it worked.

          Also are you sure "Kogan is just Vodafone hiding in an Australian brand". I'm aware Kogan may be a Vodafone MVNO, it doesn't mean they Vodafone is handling the routing etc.

          I don't know the specifics about the Kogan-Vodafone agreement, but it's easily possible that Kogan are handling the SMS and calls themselves. Vodafone provides the network, but hands them over to Kogan to who have their own routing, interconnection agreements etc. This could even include SMS and calls from Vodafone and Kogan.

          I think some of the ISPs with mobile do this. (Vocus ones in particular.) And this definitely happens a fair amount overseas, you even get providers having multiple MVNO agreements with different networks for improved coverage/whatever, or switching network providers so it's often cleaner if they handle the other stuff themselves. And it can be cheaper for international SMS + calls and even domestic long distance calls. (Probably less of a deal now that now that most stuff is IP based.) Plus I suspect it makes it easier for them to handle international roaming themselves. (And the fact that Kogan have service in Australia is probably added incentive for them.)

          Mind you, Kogan does seem to use Vodafone IPs and traceroute suggests its just Vodafone handling their internet traffic so maybe they are just letting Vodafone handle everything. Also since it worked for you, this suggests it isn't a lack of an interconnection agreement with the shortcode provider.

          To see how it can go wrong see these problems with Skinny https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=138... & https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=995... . Remember Skinny has always been a Telecom/Spark subbrand i.e. they're a part of Spark rather than another company. But they were at a time run very independently. Not sure if it's still the case, I know this ended for BigPipe who use to also be independent as an ISP despite also being a Telecom/Spark sub brand. (They use to be CG-NAT with static IPv4 for a small fee but this ended etc.)

          Even if Kogan is letting Vodafone handle the SMS, Kogan does have their own numbers which from your experience might be the issue. Routing etc does need to be set up properly. Since it's sent by a short code service, whoever runs this (Komo Digital?) needs to have done this on their end. This goes wrong a lot with porting (just search GeekZone for something like 'ported number sms' or especially 'ported number short code' or 'ported number 2fa' but even without porting you can have issues see e.g. https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=188... especially with new number ranges. (The Kogan number range I'm on has been around since at least mid 2020 so isn't exactly new anymore but it's probably not been used much for this sort of thing.)

          Largely an aside, also with Kogan I had problems with a Mitre 10 Lincoln Road Click and Collect order a few months ago. They were out of stock so had to cancel the order but couldn't contact me. So I arrived at the store only to be told. Tried calling my phone in front of me and although I didn't check the number she called, it was correct in the email. I suspect the phone call issue was just it was blocked in their PBX https://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=39&topicid=107... . But of course it could also be there was simply no interconnection agreement between whoever is handling calls for Kogan and whoever was doing it for that Mitre 10 store. (Probably unlikely especially since it was over a month since Kogan launched, but who knows.)

          Mind you they also said they tried emailing me but it was invalid or something. I have my own domain name but my email is with G.Suite/Google Workspaces so for 99.999% of stuff it just works. Indeed their own internal order system emails worked, I got the confirmation, then the cancellation email, after they told me in store and cancelled it. But for whatever reason their local/personal system couldn't email me. My domain is a .my one, maybe that's why their system didn't like it, since someone decided when setting it up that they didn't need to be able to contact people with .my domains, who knows. I never bothered to complain. (I actually have a .nz, as well, but normally use the .my.)

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            @Nil Einne: Not sure but I've never had problem with my kogan sim. In fact, they even provide 5G service for free. I don't know why it is activated even though it wasn't advertise as 5G sim. That's why I assumed Kogan is just Vodafone. Not saying that they're like Skinny/Spark, but I think, the quality if service you'll get on kogan will just be the same if not similar to vodafone nz. By the way, yeah, I ported my number from vodafone.

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        I just received the sms now on kogan, too late to redeem, but good thing they send the emails and I got it via that.
        Also my txt was only half the txt, and would be unusable as it only has half the url you need to click 🤦‍♂️

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    To be fair, although I don't think this is what happened for the OP, I got 3 on Sunday from one request. I'm not sure what happened but I think their staff misheard my request for the free Whopper Juniour deal as 'three'. Although I was still confused since they seemed to know it was free as they didn't try to charge me. Maybe they'd been confused all day as this was at 9pm, I'm not sure.

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    How does this work with Auckland and level 3 lockdown? I don't think you are allowed to enter the store to show them the code?

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      Drive through?

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        Yes, you just tell them you want the free Whopper Junior Breakers coupon deal at the speaker and hopefully get someone who knows what you're talking about. Then at the window, show them your phone and redeem it where they can see. Depending on how fussy the staff member, how close you are, how big your phone screen is etc, you may not even need to open your window.

        Note it's always been redeemable at the drive-thru per the T&C http://web.archive.org/web/20210119222235/https://www.burger... and I did so the first time on 23 January when we had been at level 1 for ages.

        On Sunday some had success at the door. Again they should be able to see from 2 metres although I think they get confused why you're there

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    Still haven't received text nor email (registered like 2hrs ago). Does anyone have a voucher email they are not going to use and could flick through to me? I'm heading to BK in like 20mins. TIA

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      Nevermind, just came through via email