Spicy Korean Burger is perhaps one of the biggest dreams come true for K-food lovers. I mean, who wouldn’t love to sink their teeth into the juicy beef patty seasoned with spicy kimchi?
Source: The Vocket
Well the news keep getting better and better!
Just 2 days ago, McDonald’s Malaysia rolled out their mid-month special promotion which made Malaysian burger lovers go bananas! With every purchase of ala carte Spicy Korean Burger, you’ll get another one for FREE!
In order to get two Spicy Korean Burgers at the price of one, all you have to do is just walk up to the counter, answer the question of makan sini or bawa balik, and show them the Facebook post above!
However, you must be present at the restaurant as McDelivery is not applicable for this promotion, and each customer is limited to one redemption per receipt. Sorry bro, you have to tapau yourself.
Also, if you’re from Sabah and Sarawak, we’re deeply sorry to inform you that this promotion is only available in Peninsular Malaysia.
McDonald’s fans were ecstatic about this promotion and already jio-ing their friends to grab the burgers. However, some netizens from East Malaysia were complaining about the unequal treatment. “What about us in Sabah and Sarawak? We love the burger too!” a rather disappointed netizen said.
This promotion is available from 20 to 22 September in West Malaysia, while stocks last. So guys, hurry up and visit your nearest McDonald’s to enjoy this unbeatable deal before it’s sold out like the D24 Durian McFlurry!
If you can’t finish the extra burger, don’t worry fam, we gotcha.
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