I am a sucker for any kind of loyalty program, especially if it something my children can also learn from. There is a lot of concern around children spending too much time on their phones and the TV, which is obviously a real concern. It is not really something I think we can stop, so I try to rather embrace it and encourage learning while they are “playing”.
Enter the new BK® Dino Cards from Burger King. When you buy a kiddies meal you get a set of 3 BK® Dino Cards which you scan into an app on your phone. My kids love dinosaurs, we have a few large plastic ones that roam our house (and try to trip me up). So taking everyone for a treat a week after Jack and Emma had their tonsils out was a no-brainer.
Taking all 6 of us out can get really expensive. The older two eat adult sized meals and Jack is almost there as well. So it really isn’t an economical outing BUT I was pleasantly surprised with the cost of Burger King. For R350 I got everyone a meal with chips and a cool drink AND ice cream afterwards and we got the BK® Dino Cards.
We downloaded the app and scanned the cards, it is seriously such a cool app! The images pop up and there are some really cool facts that come up that can be read so your child can listen to them as well.
I love apps like this that the kids can learn from and that are fun. We are going to be collecting all 25 cards so we can complete the collection. The kiddies meals are only R32.50 and my kids, even with their sore throats, finished off the burger and the chips.
I ordered the loaded fries and it is one of the best things I have eaten. It is chips smothered in cheese sauce and chilli. It makes for the best comfort food and while you are building your collection and buying the kids their meals, grab some loaded fries, I promise you you won’t be sorry!
The app is available on both Android and iTunes.
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