Burger King To Try Home Delivery
Home of Whopper, coming to your home
Looking for new way to compete and grow their business, Burger King has revealed plans to start delivering.
Already trying the method in four Washington, D.C. locations, BK says they intend to spread the operation.
The fast food giant says it will begin using "proprietary thermal packaging technology" to prevent fries and burgers from getting soggy while in transit.
Similar to delivery pizza chains, BK will charge a $2 delivery fee, and will only work with orders of $8 or more. Customers will have to stay within a 10 minute drive of the restaurant and expect to wait for around 30 minutes.
"We wish them luck," Domino's spokesman Tim McIntyre says to USA Today. "There is a reason that not all pizza places deliver: It isn't easy."