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McDonald’s McDelivery Day is back with some bonus ‘90s throwback swag


McDonalds may not be the first restaurant that comes to mind when you think about food delivery. But on Thursday, July 19 — Global McDelivery Day — you can get your favorite sandwich and fries delivered to you, and possibly with some bonus swag.

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“We’re thrilled to be celebrating the continued growth of our Uber Eats partnership with McDonald’s on Global McDelivery Day right here in the Miami Valley. We’re able to leverage our speed and technology to make it even easier for McDonald’s customers to enjoy a delicious and convenient dining experience, wherever they are." said Berry Kennedy, General Manager, Uber Eats Ohio in a press release to this news organization.

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In addition to the food delivery, McDonalds is offering customers who place a delivery order the chance to receive  a free, fun and exclusive piece of the Throwback Collection, while supplies last. 

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The deliveries begin at 11 a.m. on July 19. There is a minimum $5 food order required for delivery.

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SWAG OPTIONS

The collection includes ‘90s inspired items include Big Mac socks, Fry bandana, T-shirts, pins, Big Mac PopSockets. You will add item of choice to your basket when placing order through Uber Eats, while supplies last.

HOW IT WORKS 

To get your hands on a piece of the Throwback Collection on McDelivery Day, order McDelivery via Uber Eats on July 19 starting at 11 a.m. from participating restaurants, while supplies last. You can download the Uber Eats app from your App Store, and check out McDeliveryatMcDonalds.com for more information. 

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For more information, including participating restaurants and details around McDelivery Day go to McDeliveryatMcDonalds.com. Find participating locations here.

 


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