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McDonald’s Extremely Rare Golden Arches Cone Will Guarantee You Free Soft Serve For LIFE

Ever go to McDonald’s just to get your hands on that sticky and sweet soft serve? What if we were to tell you could be caressing that mound of soft, frozen vanilla creme with your tongue for the rest of your life without paying a pretty penny?

Well, in honor of their soft-serve relaunch, that can be a possibility, as McDonald’s announced an extremely rare and one-of-a-kind Golden Arches Cone. This cone will guarantee one McDonald’s customer free soft-serve for the rest of their days.

McDonald’s recently retooled their soft serve recipe removing any artificial flavors, colors or preservatives. So for National Ice Cream Day, the fast food chain will be giving out one free vanilla cone to customers at participating locations. On the same day, McDonald’s will announce the winner of the Golden Arches Cone between the hours of 2pm – 5pm local time.

All you have to do to get that free cone and shoot for a chance to win that Golden Arches cone is download the McDonald’s mobile app and redeem the Free Vanilla Cone offer before July 16. Once your offer is redeemed, your name is automatically added to the drawing for the golden cone and a lifetime of soft-serve induced brain freeze.

Anyone going to try to get their hands on that cone? Probably gonna sell mine to Mr. Slugworth if I end up winning.

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McDonald’s Introducing Fruits, Veggies and Salads as Side Alternatives to Fries


McDonald’s is now giving customers the option to trade the fries they love with healthier side options like side salads, fruits or vegetables in their value meals, because apparently some people would rather be miserable than enjoy their lunches. Now, I’m not saying there aren’t people who wouldn’t benefit from making healthier eating choices – just that those people would probably enjoy themselves more if they picked up a veggie burrito from Chipotle – something that at least tastes good, and not like a pile of sad, wilted nothings.


The new options will be available at 30 to 50 percent of the chain’s largest markets within the next three years (including the U.S.), and all of them by 2020, according to an infographic by the Alliance for a Healthier Generation. Luckily, we proverbial horses don’t need to drink a lick from Mickey D’s health fountain if we don’t want to.

Or in other words, give me frites or give me death.

H/T + PicThx Healthier Generation