It’s MondayBunday All Month at Carl’s Jr. & Hardee’s

Starting December 9th, every Monday in December is a #MondayBunday when burger fans can get a free Original Six Dollar Thickburger or 1/3lb. Original Thickburger on a Fresh Baked Bun at Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s.

Hardees Carls Jr Buns

Here’s the deal: Every Monday visit http://www.CarlsJr.com/coupons or http://www.Hardees.com/coupons, or check on the brands’ Facebook and Twitter channels, to download the day’s unique #MondayBunday coupon.  (Note that each coupon is good only on the Monday for which it is issued.) Take the coupon to any participating Carl’s Jr. or Hardee’s restaurant, buy an Original Six Dollar Thickburger or 1/3lb. Original Thickburger on a Fresh Baked Bun and get a second one FOR FREE. The #MondayBunday offer is good from 10:30 a.m. to closing on Mondays. Limit one per guest, who must be present, while supplies last.

New at Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s, Fresh Baked Buns are premium buns baked fresh inside the restaurants every day. The bun dough is given time to rise or “proof” and is then baked, cooled, sliced and served. Guests will notice the buns are denser, a little sweeter (bringing out the flavor of the charbroiled 100 percent Black Angus beef patties) and, of course, baked fresh, then grilled so that each one is served perfectly hot, soft and delicious. They are now served standard on all Six Dollar Thickburgers at Carl’s Jr. and 1/3lb. Thickburgers at Hardee’s.

4 comments on “It’s MondayBunday All Month at Carl’s Jr. & Hardee’s

  1. cupie says:

    “I met her on Monday, ’twas my lucky bun day.”

  2. BigBelly says:

    dem buns is good, I might take advantage of this one

  3. TehBuLL says:

    I DEMAND a Hardee’s actually in Chicago. This is ridiculous and a crime against capitalism.

    • MP says:

      Apparently they’re going to open 35 Hardee’s restaurants in the Chicagoland area over the next 7 years:http://www.suntimes.com/business/22940428-420/hardees-expanding-in-chicago-area.html

      As I recall, Hardee’s was last in the Chicagoland area in the mid-1990s but now has 3 locations. Tho I never had their roast beef sandwich but I was told it was better than Arby’s. In 2002 I last ate at Hardee’s; one of those $6 burgers. It had an ungodly amount of ketchup that just drowned the burger & ruined it. I’m never ordering anything with ketchup from there again.

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