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1x Rebel Whopper Burger (Plant Based) & 1x Whopper Beef Burger $8.45 @ Hungry Jack's (Mobile App)

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From the discussion of this comes Hungry Jack's mobile app voucher which you can enjoy a Rebel Whopper and Whopper side by side for $8.45, if you dont want to compare yourself you can bring along a verified vegetarian just like Jaxon https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x57Fct-3fjc .

100% Whopper, 0% Beef
Rebel Whopper® features a patty made from plants, flame-grilled to give the irresistible smoky, BBQ flavour just like our classic Whopper®. Loaded with crisp fresh lettuce, ripe hand-cut tomatoes, onion, pickles, mayo and tomato sauce on a toasted sesame seed bun.

100% Whopper, 100% Beef
Whopper® flame-grilled to give the irresistible smoky, BBQ flavour. Loaded with crisp fresh lettuce, ripe hand-cut tomatoes, onion, pickles, mayo and tomato sauce on a toasted sesame seed bun.

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Comments

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    I havnt had HJ for years and was surprised when I asked for extra onions and it was 50c. Worse part I couldn't even tell if there was any onions at all

    • +2 votes

      They're there all right. I have had issues with onion in the past, and after eating a BigMac (with onion), I had bad heartburn for a week. So now, I have to order them without. :(

      • +1 vote

        That doesn't sound right… you shouldn't get heartburn for a week after eating foods unless you're constantly eating onions during that week…

        (I'm not calling you a liar, I'm just suspecting there might be something else apart from heartburn)

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        I would recommend doing a blood test..

  • +3 votes

    Saying no to meat and eating grass made burgers is so "rebellious" couldn't have given it a worse name if they tried lol.

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    Rebel Whopper has plant based meat

  • +1 vote

    I had the Rebel and regular whopper side by side comparison using the pdf voucher. The Rebel was not as good as the Impossible Burger at Burger King I had on a recent US trip.

    • +5 votes

      I also tried the Rebel with Cheese alongside a Whopper with Cheese.
      FYI, I'm not a HJ fan, or a McD fan.
      1. The Rebe was marginally smaller. It is not served on the same buns as the Whopper.
      2. The Rebel had an artificial smokeyness, when compared to a Whopper.

      However, if you where to eat the Rebel without comparison, I believe it's a great substitute if you are wanting to reduce you meat intake…. If you eat HJ.

    • +3 votes

      Aim: Compare Rebel and regular whopper

      Conclusion: Impossible Burger at Burger King (US) was better.

      Ummm…

  • +1 vote

    If I "win" a $4 whopper on the HJs app will they let me swap it out for a rebel one? Tempted to try this but not for full price nor with a regular whopper on the side.

    • +3 votes

      No. Have tried this and was denied. Cannot swap the $4 whopper with Rebel or Vegan cheeseburger.

      Next time I am there, i will try to see if I can get 2 Rebel whoppers for $8.45

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      Yes you can. I have done this successfully in 2 different HJs stores. However i feel it depends on how nice/crappy the HJ is so be prepared for them rejecting it.

      I have however been unable to get them to swap a rebel whopper for the regular whopper in the normal HJ vouchers on their website :/

    • +1 vote

      The few HJs I've been to allow swapping for a $2 (approx) surcharge. It's not that fantastic a deal with the surcharge but still cheaper than RRP.

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    I've been wanting to try one of these "meat-substitute" burgers for a while. I was curious to how they compared to real meat. I purchased a rebel burger a couple of weeks ago and I was thoroughly unimpressed. Not only did it taste absolutely nothing like a regular whopper, it actually gave me a stomach ache afterwards. Won't be buying again. I'll wait a few years and see how this technology improves I think.

    • +4 votes

      Go try the Beyond burger at Grill'd.

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        The Grill'd one was a pasty mushy mess

        Rebel was way better

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          Interesting. Mine had the same texture as a animal meat mince pattie.

        • +1 vote

          Was it specifically a 'Beyond burger patty' tho?

          I ask this because they have their own plant-based patty 2.0 in addition to the beyond burger patties.

          p.s Oh god their patty 1.0 attempt almost ruined me with the bread-yness..

          p.p.s It's so darn frustrating that it costs around abouts $4-6-ish to just substitute , no matter where you go. note: I'm referring to various franchises/restaurants here ie. Soul Burger, LOTF, Grill'd

          Guess that's just the way it's going to be for a while, supply/demand and all that stuff considered :/

    • +3 votes

      I think you were just unlucky… I have a sensitive stomach and i have eaten rebel whoppers twice now and both times i had no trouble.

  • +7 votes

    Anyone managed to substitute the whopper and just make it two rebel whoppers?

    Seems like a fairly pointless promotion for the main target of the rebel whopper when you have to get a normal one as well!

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      They have a 2 x vegan burger voucher for a similar price, I was able to substitute in the rebel patty with that.

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        Good idea can you swap the rebel away for 2 beef burgers ?

        If so a lot of fine folk will give it action :)

  • +2 votes

    is phone fine?

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    Will I die faster eating fake meat patties vs real meat patties?
    I would like to choose the option that I can savour the better flavour longer.

    • -1 vote

      The patties are OK. It is the coke, fries, etc that will kill you.

    • +1 vote

      Will I die faster eating fake meat patties vs real meat patties?

      don’t worry about dying faster, worry about how sick you get before you die.

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    These aren't horrible but they're a little a disappointing considering beyond patties from coles taste closer to a whopper imo.

  • -1 vote

    Yuck.
    The only reasonable meat-substitutes I've ever tasted were fungi-based, not from plants. e.g. Quorn.
    Soy protein and its relatives have their uses, but are not the same.

    Rebel Patty (Water, Soy Protein, Vegetable Oil, Thickeners (461, 1442) Flavours (Including Glutamic Acid (620)), Dextrose, Caramel Colour (150c), Antioxidants (300, 307), Smoke Flavour),

    The majority of the calories are still from fat - sunflower and coconut oil.

  • +1 vote

    Sorry guys , how did you do side by side ? Mine came out normal prices thx

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    Why would I want to eat an even more processed patty?

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    The swines have been charging extra for the plant based burgers for some reason so it may actually be 9.90$ or whatnot. Don't know if that includes GST but worth making a noise, negotiate a free Small fries to walk away.

    Nobody said The plant based burgers are healthy but at least no Cholesterol and a cruelty free alternative. The rebel actually taste pretty good, Smokey taste, usually swap regular whoppers for vegan cheeseburgers, pretty solid in comparison.

  • +1 vote

    I'm pretty obsessed with the rebel whopper at the moment! Usually don't eat burgers, but can't resist getting one every weekend the past two weeks…. not great for my waistline but so delicious! Hopefully I can get them to give me two rebels in this deal.

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    Stock price of bynd ( beyond meat ) skyrocketed Because of it

    • +1 vote

      Beyond share price has plummeted past few months. (After having a strong rally after listing)

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    I see this voucher in my app. Can you buy multiple 'two' burgers with one voucher in the app?

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    This is not coming up in my app. Not in the proms section or coupon section. Is it expired?

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    Not in my app, tried the pic just in case - Oxford st HJ apparently have never heard of the deal and wouldn't honour it.