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McDonald’s Celebrates McDelivery Day With Free Stuff For Happy Valley Customers

Global McDelivery Day is back at McDonald’s and hungry customers who order McDelivery on Thursday, July 19 have the chance to get their hands on a piece of the McDelivery Throwback Collection.

The McDelivery Throwback Collection is a selection of fun, ‘90s inspired items you can wear or use whenever and wherever you order McDelivery. Whether you’re stuck in class craving a Big Mac and a pair of stellar Big Mac socks or searching for the perfect accessory, like a super fly Fry bandana, to jibe with your French Fries, the Throwback Collection is designed to make life’s everyday moments more delicious and more fun.

To get your hands on a piece of the Throwback Collection, order McDelivery via Uber Eats on July 19. You may score a free-with-purchase surprise such as T-shirts, pins, socks and more.

For information on participating restaurants in State College, go to McDeliveryatMcDonalds.com or follow along with the day’s surprises on Twitter with the #McDelivery hashtag.

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