Heads Up: McDonald's Is Offering A Buy One, Take One Promo On Their Fries!

Because there's no such thing as too much fries, right?

IMAGE Courtesy of McDonald's Philippines

We don't know what it is about French fries that makes it addicting. If you can't get enough of fries, too, then do we have some good news for you: McDonald's has an ongoing promo called the Lucky Ride which offers a buy one, take one deal on their fries.

For the remaining Saturdays of November (November 21 and November 28), when you order a medium-sized a la carte fries from McDonald's, you can score another medium-sized a la carte fries for free. Yes, you read that right: FOR FREE. There's a tiny catch, though. This promo is only available from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. on the 21st and the 28th of November and it's only available via drive-thru (whether you're in a car, bike, motorcycle, tricycle, pedicab, skateboard, scooter, etc).

You can only avail of the Lucky Ride promo once per transaction regardless of how many medium fries you order in one receipt. If the customer wants another transaction and then purchases another a la carte medium fries during the same ride, you can still enjoy the Buy 1, Take 1 promo. McDonald's will only allow a maximum of two Lucky Ride transactions per ride.


McDonald's Lucky Ride promo is available in select branches only. Click here to check which participating branch is closest to you.



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