Buy a Whopper Value Meal, Get A Free Keiki Ticket!

Hey, Garden Isle dads and moms! This year, BURGER KING® Hawaii, owned by Kazi Foods, is partnering with the annual Kauai County Farm Bureau Fair to sponsor a special offer for island families: customers who purchase a Whopper Value Meal in stores will receive a free keiki ticket to attend the fair, which takes place on August 21 – August 24 at Vidinha Stadium. With the purchase of just one Whopper Value Meal (includes small side of French Fries or Onion Rings and a small fountain drink of your choice), your child can enjoy a day of fun games, delicious carnival treats, and of course, crazy cool rides like the Zipper, the Fireball and more!

“The state fairs in Hawai’i are such wonderful, family-friendly events,” said Denise Yamauchi, Managing Director at BURGER KING® Hawaii. “We’re very excited to partner with Kauai County Farm Bureau this year, and wish all our loyal Kauai customers a fun day at the fair with their ohana!”

There are two BURGER KING® stores in Kauai: in Lihue (4440 Kukui Grove Street) and in Kapaa (1105 Kuhio Highway). These free keiki tickets are good for any day, any time from August 21 – 24, and are available at Kauai BURGER KING® restaurants now. Hurry, as these tickets are only available while supplies last, so swing by your nearest store today, and get your Whopper value meals!

About BURGER KING® in Hawaii

There are 32 BURGER KING® restaurants in Hawaii: 21 on Oahu, four on Maui, two on Kauai, and five on the Big Island of Hawaii.  Twenty-four of the restaurants are owned by Kazi Foods, the largest local franchisee. Four military base restaurants are owned by AAFES and four airport locations are owned by Host Marriott. To find a local restaurant near you, go to

About Burger King Corporation

BURGER KING® operates more than 11,300 restaurants in all 50 U.S. states and in more than 69 countries and U.S. territories worldwide.  Approximately 90 percent of BURGER KING® restaurants are owned and operated by independent franchisees, many of them family-owned operations that have been in business for decades. To learn more about Burger King Corporation, please visit the company’s website at