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Stuff Your Face With Whoppers and Win a Nintendo Switch

Six Nintendo-themed toys on a red background.

Last September, Nintendo announced an updated version of Super Mario 3D World would come to the Switch with a new Bowser’s Fury mode. In celebration, Burger King will release six new Nintendo-themed toys and sweepstakes to win the game and a Nintendo Switch as a grand prize. And all you have to do is eat a bunch of Whoppers. Yes!

The toys themselves are a simple affair, themed on several Nintendo Switch games. You kids can get Mario from Super Mario Maker 2, Link from Link’s Awakening, Luigi from Luigi’s Mansion 3, an Animal Crossing-themed toy, and more.

Naturally, you’ll have to purchase a King Jr. meal for your kids, and much like a Blind Bag (but with more calories), there’s no telling which toy you’ll get. Expect duplicates—plenty of duplicates. You can find them starting today through March 15.

But the more significant driving reason to visit your local BK is the sweepstakes. To enter, you’ll need to buy a Super Mario Meal. That’s a Whopper, small fry, and small fountain drink, apparently. Do that between February 8 and February 22, and you’ll get a chance to win a Nintendo Switch Prize Pack. The prize pack includes the Nintendo Switch and a copy of Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury. Naturally, there’s a no purchase option as well that involves jumping through a few hoops.

And hey, if you don’t win, you’ll at least get 100 Nintendo Platinum points, which you can spend on other content at the Nintendo site. So it’s not a total loss even if you don’t win the Switch. And as they say, you can’t win if you don’t eat a bunch of Whoppers.

Source: Nintendo

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