US-based hamburger chain Burger King has introduced a $6 King Box for a limited time at its participating restaurants.

The King Box meal features a Burger King entrée, French fries, a soft drink and dessert.

For this $6 meal, guests can choose between a Whopper sandwich, the crispy chicken sandwich, the spicy chicken sandwich and three-piece chicken tenders.

It is also available with a small order of fries, a small drink and two chocolate chip cookies.

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“The new $6 King Box features our most iconic entrées and offers our guests craveable and delicious premium options that outsize the competition.”

Burger King North America president Chris Finazzo said: “We are excited to launch a brand new offering that allows our guests to treat themselves with our $6 King Box.

“The new $6 King Box features our most iconic entrées and offers our guests craveable and delicious premium options that outsize the competition.”

This limited edition offer is available alongside the chain’s value menu.

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Burger King regularly launches new limited edition items to the menu. In June, the chain launched crispy pretzel chicken fries, made using boneless chicken, coated in a salty pretzel breading and seasoned with spices and herbs.

In October, the fast food chain partnered with logistics company Postmates to provide delivery services throughout the US.

Set up in 1954, Burger King has over 17,000 restaurants in over 100 countries and US territories. Approximately all its restaurants are owned and operated by independent franchisees.

In September, its franchisee company Carrols Restaurant Group completed the acquisition of 43 Burger King restaurants in the US.