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Laine Doss
Satisfries. Try them free this weekend.
You've heard about Satisfries, the new Burger King French Fry that contains less fat and calories than BK's classic fries. But have you tasted them?

What? Are you waiting for someone to just "give them away"?

If that's what it takes, Burger King's willing to fork up the goods.

See Also: Burger King Satistries vs. Classic Fries: A Taste Test

Miami-based Burger King is offering a free value-sized order of satisfries this weekend to anyone who comes in and asks. The offer is good all day Saturday, October 12 and Sunday, October 13, while supplies last at participating Burger King restaurants.

Of course, there's only one order per customer (but that never stopped you from going to the next BK down the street for a second satisfry fix. Just wipe the tell-tale salt from your lips before you ask for your complimentary order).

See also: Burger King's Bacon Sundae: Not Fit For Man or Beast

The fries, which retail for slightly higher than the regular kind (A small order of regular fries cost $1.79 and a small order of the Satisfries is $2.09) contain 30 percent less fat and 20 percent less calories than BK original fries, and 40 percent less fat and 30 percent less calories than McDonald's fries. A 70-gram serving of Satisfries contains 150.5 calories and 6.3 grams of fat .

Be sure to Tweet your experience using hashtag #Satisfried and let the world know how you liked them.

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