You Could Get A FREE Burger From Harvey's If You Tell Them Your Worst Ghosting Story

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Free Harvey's Burgers Are Up For Grabs For Some Ghosted Canadians

Nothing stings more than ghosting. But at least some lucky Canadians will get a chance to soothe that pain with a free Harvey's burger.

The fast-food chain is giving out codes to claim a free Smokin’ Hot burger to social media users who publicly share their stories of being ghosted.

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500 free burger codes available

The new Smokin' Hot option "allows Canadians to add NEW ghost pepper sauce, crispy jalapeño and jalapeño jack cheddar cheese to any burger or sandwich for $1," according to a statement.

The sauce "is also available for any burger or sandwich as a garnish or in a dipping sauce for chicken nuggets."

To be eligible for a free burger, Canadians must post their ghosted stories to either Instagram, TikTok, Facebook or Twitter between February 11 and 16.

Ghostees must also use the tag @harveys and the hashtag #HarveysWouldntGhostYou.

Harvey's will share the free burger codes with winners via direct message. 

A Harvey's spokesperson tells MTL Blog that 500 codes are up for grabs.

Good luck!

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