McDonald's mobile customers get chance to win food for life
10 August, 2018, 21:20 | Author: Eric Barnett
The food-for-life opportunity comes via the "ultimate in VIP status: the Mobile McGold Card", according to a release issued Thursday. The victor will be announced on or about August 29, and will be granted the McGold status, entitling them to two meals per week for 50 years. "The Lost City of Gold, the Treasure of Montezuma, and the McGold Card offering free McDonald's for life", a narrator announces in a movie trailer/true crime docuseries/mockumentary.
At a ceremony introducing The Gateway Arch in 1965, McDonald's gave out the first McGold Card to the mayor of St. Louis, MO that awarded a lifetime of free McDonald's. Now, for what the company says is the first time ever, McDonald's will be randomly awarding a McGold Card as a way to promote Mobile Order & Pay on the chain's app. Too good to be true?
Since then, there have been various rumors of celebrities and businesspeople getting free food for life. Even Rob Lowe and Bill Gates don't have one of those, so take that, dudes who can already afford all the McDonald's they want but don't have to pay for it anyway! In order to place yourself in the running for the highly coveted and sought after McGold Card, all that you have to do is place an order through the McDonald's app from August 10 through August 24. Each time they use Mobile Order & Pay to order, they will gain another entry. From that monumental moment, a small select number of McGold Cards have been given out to notable figures ranging from the governor of MI to the king of Sweden. It's also possible to enter via email without buying anything.
McDonald's says the victor will receive a phone case which will be engraved with their name.
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