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You Can Only Get These Limited Edition McDonald’s Merch On One Day

Fast food brands are starting to integrate themselves into our lives with more than just their food. First KFC, now McDonald’s wants to give you streetwear that you’d legit want to sport anytime you go out.

On Wednesday July 26th, McDonald’s is launching their McDelivery food delivery service in partnership with UberEats. To celebrate the service going live in multiple countries worldwide, the golden arches is also giving free merch thats actually fly as hell. Lowkey, I’m going to need that sweatsuit ASAP.

The “McDelivery Collection” includes a sweatsuit, sliders, onesie, pillow set, and picnic blanket, and will only be available to customers who order through McDelivery from participating restaurants on July 26th.

View the full collection below:

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McDonald’s Japan Offering Home Delivery for Missing French Fries


You know better, come on man. And yet, here you are, sitting in your car, fry-less, all because you forgot to check the stinkin’ bag. Sure you could buy more, but let’s face it, by the time you’re out of that hellish drive-thru, you know your burger will be dryer than your car’s countless ketchup stains. And you can’t even imagine eating your Big Mac without them.

Luckily for all our Japanese readers, you no longer have to.

Because their business acumen is clearly lightyears beyond ours (twerking pudding, hel-lo?), the Japanese branch of McDonald’s is now offering home delivery for missing order items. And the craziest part? They’ll do it for free.

According to Rocket News, McDonald’s Japan already offers home delivery for regular orders, you know, for anyone really raring to get that Super Size Me diet on the road. But if you were just in-store and noticed your pimply cashier forgot to give you your second order of fries or, even better, simply forgot to order them, all you need to do is call the location and they’ll have your precious golden crispies over in a jiff.

Receipts as proof of purchase are required, but if you did make the latter mistake, a McDonald’s employee will still drop by to deliver a free meal coupon for all the trouble. Heck, you might as well leave out half your order every time on purpose and stock up on free food.

H/T + PicThx Rocket News