McDonald’s is giving away Big Mac onesies on McDelivery Day

By Tom Wadlow
McDonald’s will be giving customers who order via UberEATS free apparel on 26 July. Items made by the fast food chain include Big Mac onesies, sandal...

McDonald’s will be giving customers who order via UberEATS free apparel on 26 July.

Items made by the fast food chain include Big Mac onesies, sandals, hoodies, pillowcases and picnic blankets.

The service is available in select locations in the US, Australia, UK, France, Poland, Canada, New Zealand, Hong Kong, the Netherlands and Japan.

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The US has recently seen a big expansion of delivery services. “We are bringing a new level of convenience to more of our customers as we continue to transform the McDonald’s experience,” said McDonald’s President and CEO Steve Easterbrook.

“Through the ease of the UberEATS app, our customers can enjoy their favourite McDonald’s foods delivered right to them enjoying greater choice, control and personalization than ever before.”

McDelivery is now available at 300 restaurants across Los Angeles; 267 throughout the Chicago area; 59 in Columbus; and 144 in Phoenix and will expand to additional cities in the coming months. In January, McDonald’s and UberEATS began piloting McDelivery in more than 200 restaurants throughout Miami, Orlando, and Tampa Bay. The pilot generated high levels of customer satisfaction and consistent growth as awareness increased as customers experienced the convenience of having their McDonald’s favorites delivered to their door.

Globally, McDonald’s is already one of the largest providers of delivered food in the world and has over two decades of experience in delivery.

Last year, McDonald’s saw nearly $1 billion in delivery sales across both company and franchise restaurants. The company’s most developed delivery markets are in Asia and the Middle East, where top delivery restaurants generate up to 40% of their sales from delivery.

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