Eat and Drink Tweet a free TGI Fridays burger to someone you hate Jump for joy! Burgers you probably never wanted can now be gifted for free-ish. Photo Credit: TGI Fridays By MELISSA KRAVITZ July 6, 2015 6:38 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet gShare Email Your friends will probably not thank you for this. TGI Fridays has launched a new social media campaign that lets diners share a free burger on social media after purchasing any TGI Fridays burger. Yum? The new Jumpburger program allows customers to tweet a code for a free burger -- be it a Jack Daniel's coated meat patty or the new Sicilian Stacked burger -- to whomever they wish. Embarass your vegan enemies, treat your friends or surreptitiously share your next burger to your own social media persona. No one will know. Or care. While we're not sure anyone wants a surprise fast food burger, this sounds a lot safer than Fridays' blood-shedding Mistletoe Drone circa December 2014. TGI Fridays has restaurants in all five boroughs. By MELISSA KRAVITZ Share on Facebook Share on Twitter More on this topic Beware of mistletoe drones in Brooklyn! TGI Fridays' mistletoe drone had a run-in with a photographer in Brooklyn this past weekend. Survey: Americans rank 17 fast-food chains, best to worstEach year, the American Consumer Satisfaction Index says it surveys about 70,000 customers nationally about ... Comments Comments section is temporarily on hold. Here’s why.