The fast food outlet in Miami Beach is inviting customers to exchange their unwanted holiday gifts for a Whopper sandwich on Dec. 26.
The Miami area restaurant is unfortunately the only location in the U.S. that’s carrying out the Whopper exchange. But that doesn’t mean people who don’t live in South Florida can’t help out while they declutter: There are many other ways to donate unwanted gifts.
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As for those who want to participate in the Miami area Whopper swap, people are asked to bring their unused and unwrapped gifts to the Burger King location along Arthur Godfrey Road between 10:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. on the day after Christmas.
“The acceptability of [the] item will be determined by Burger King Restaurant personnel in their sole discretion,” a company spokesperson told the Miami New Times.
The Whopper Exchange will also take place at select Burger Kings restaurants in London and Brazil.