McDonald’s newest McFlurry flavor officially debuts at restaurants nationwide Monday.
Furthermore, the following day, the fast-food chain is offering an approach to get the Caramel Brownie McFlurry free through its mobile app at participating restaurants nationwide.
In a news release declaring the Tuesday, May 4, offer, McDonald’s says the regular-size freebie is for any individual who has ever mistaken the McFlurry spoon for a straw, which it says is everybody.
“Simply scan the offer code in McDonald’s App and pick up our newest treat at your local participating restaurant, no purchase necessary,” the chain said.
There’s a limit of one free McFlurry per application client, as indicated by the fine print. New clients need to download the application and register for a account.
The new McFlurry blends vanilla soft serve with brownie pieces and caramel topping. McDonald’s said the Caramel Brownie McFlurry made its initial debut in 2017 in Canada. It’ll be accessible in the U.S. temporarily.
There’s additionally an way to get a free McFlurry for delivery. From May 3 to 9 a $15 least buy on McDelivery with Uber Eats, which can be requested in-application, will get fans a free standard size Caramel Brownie McFlurry, McDonald’s said. Conveyance and different fees apply.
McDonald’s has offered other recent limited-time McFlurry flavors, including a Chips Ahoy! McFlurry, which was released in September, and the Oreo Shamrock McFlurry, which returned mid-February and was accessible through St. Patrick’s Day.
“As our fans rejoice in the changing of the seasons, we’re excited to give them a new way to enjoy our most iconic dessert,” Chad Schafer, McDonald’s senior director of culinary, said in a statement last month. “In fact, the flavors in our new Caramel Brownie McFlurry are inspired by that first-warm-day-of-the-year feeling.”
The chain will release its next celebrity collaboration later in May with K-pop superstars BTS. The BTS Meal dispatches May 26 in the U.S. also, 11 different nations.
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