Poll: Burger King Home Delivery

Burger King is testing home delivery in the Washington, DC area. Would you use this service if it came to your town?

Fast food chain Burger King offers home delivery in several countries and now is testing the service in the United States at a few restaurants in the Washington, DC area with plans to expand the program to more locations over the next few weeks.

BK has developed a new "thermal packaging technology" that, according to their chief branding and operations officer, will ensure food is delivered "hot and fresh" and will even keep your fries crispy. Delivery is offered anywhere within a 10-minute drive radius for an $8-10 minimum order -- and a $2 delivery fee.

McDonald's, offering home delivery in 15 countries including China, currently has a business-only delivery service at some of their Manhattan restaurants.

What do you think of Burger King home delivery? Vote in today's poll and feel free to elaborate in the comments section.

This poll is shared across 10 Patch sites in South Central CT.

Tom January 21, 2012 at 08:42 PM
You don't know what your missing. They taste better and the service is faster than ever. Try it out -- the kids love it!
Jerry Lewis January 21, 2012 at 09:04 PM
I wish Tom. 51.
Betsy W. January 21, 2012 at 11:20 PM
Oh Yeah. We’re Number 1! Who says America can’t keep up with the rest of the world? Burger King has the new "thermal packaging technology" and it’s ours. Take that China! You may own all of our factories, build our computers and even make our underwear. But our new “Keepin’ It Warm” technology is rated as one of the top inventions EVER! (see below) Top 5 Inventions according to Einstein Magazine: 5) The Wheel 4) The Light Bulb 3) Depends (Heavy Dooty) 2) The Telephone 1) Burger Kings “Keepin’ It Warm” packaging! In your face China! Editor’s Note: After further research it was determined the “Keepin’ It Warm” packaging is now made in China. In fact China made a larger version of it so North Korea could preserve the late dictator, Kim Jong il’s, body.
Tom January 22, 2012 at 03:32 AM
I think we invented the use of tax exempted donations through foundations that manipulate things so that the money that should have been paid in taxes is used to advance causes that increase profits.... Crazy example: I could buy an egg for a local school district (the close-the-gap egg foundation) and not pay that value in taxes -- because the foundation is giving an egg for educational purposes. I could give this egg to the district by stipulating that the egg I gave must be held in a carton. Well then maybe one of the companies I interlock with might make egg cartons. I don't know -- who knows!? We didn't invent "Keepin' it warm", but we did have a saying it the Hood about Keepin' it real.
BJ January 22, 2012 at 11:14 AM
Lise must be the type who tells the UPS driver to bring her packages back to the terminal so she can demonstrate how she's not lazy. You're an inspiration, Lise!


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