Burger King to serve free french fries

Burger King is giving away free "Satisfries" for two days in October.
Source: Burger King
Burger King is giving away free "Satisfries" for two days in October.

Hoping to drum up interest in its new lower-calorie french fries, Burger King will give away free orders of "Satisfries" this weekend, the Today Show reported.

(Watch: Burger King to give away french fries)

Burger King said it expects to give away 10 million value-size orders of the healthier fries, which typically sell for $1.29 and have 30 percent less fat and 20 percent fewer calories than regular fries. The promotion is open Saturday and Sunday with a limit of one order per customer.

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