Burger King launches $5 monthly coffee subscription

What goes better with a Whopper than a steaming hot cup of coffee?

Burger King is hoping the answer to that is “nothing,” because the fast food chain announced Friday that it is launching a new coffee subscription for caffeine – and Burger King – enthusiasts everywhere.

BURGER KING TROLLS MCDONALD’S WITH NEW MENU FEATURING ‘NOT BIG MACS’

The BK Café Coffee Subscription rolled out last week and offers guests one small brewed cup of coffee every day, at anytime, for $5 a month at participating restaurants.

The move, which the brand calls a “departure from expected coffee service,” seems like it’s poised to be a hit with those on Twitter already calling out the cheap price.

FOLLOW US ON FACEBOOK FOR MORE FOX LIFESTYLE NEWS

The app-based subscription is not without restrictions, however. Users are only allowed one cup per visit – and no refills. Also, the King’s iced coffee and other specialty coffee drinks are not included in the subscription.

CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP

Though for fans of the fast food chain’s java, this is a pretty good subscription as a small cup of BK Café coffee costs $1 when ordered outside of the deal.

To sign up, customers must download the BK app on their phone and select the “offers” tab, where the ability to redeem a daily cup of coffee is located.