Did someone say FREE?
If you’ve been craving for your fix from the Golden Arches but too lazy to leave your house, now is a good time to make use of that McDelivery! As mentioned on their Facebook page, McDonald’s is offering free McDelivery 24/7 for all participating outlets in limited areas starting today (17 August) till 19 August.
[Free Delivery* from 17-19 Aug]. Satisfy your McD cravings hassle free and with free delivery from 17-19 August. Enjoy local delights and all-time favourites delivered to wherever you are. Order via McDelivery. T&C apply.
Posted by McDonald's on Jumaat, 14 Ogos 2020
In conjunction with rolling out their latest mouth-watering menu that consists of the Nasi Lemak McD Rendang Ayam, Nasi Lemak McD Spicy Chicken McDeluxe Cutlet and a known favourite, the Nasi Lemak Mcd Ayam Goreng, the latest addition to their desserts menu is the tempting Cendol McFlurry.
With the convenience of having McDonald’s delivered to you at any hour of the day for free, the possibilities are endless. All you need to do to get in on this deal is place your order online or through the McDonalds app that’s available both on the Apple and Google Play Store.
So regardless of whether you’re too lazy to go out for a meal or feel like it’s just safer to stay at home, try out some of McDonald’s new menu today from the comfort of your home.
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