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McDonald & # 39; s is making a gift of free French fries for all times

The campaign takes place in honor of the 66th anniversary of the brand.

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July
8, 2021

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Sometimes there is nothing more satisfying than a hot bag of McDonald's french fries.

The only thing that makes this greasy goodness taste even better? To snap for free, of course.

The fast food titan announced it will be giving away free fries to customers on July 13 through its new rewards program, with some even winning free fries for life.

MyMcDonalds Rewards members are entitled to free food on a new holiday the company has named World Famous Fan Day.

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"We have the best fans in the world who deserve to unlock benefits for their loyalty," said Alycia Mason, Vice President of Digital Customer Experience & Media at McDonald's USA, in a statement. “That's why we're so excited to offer MyMcDonald & # 39; s Rewards nationwide and to celebrate World Famous Fan Day with all of our guests. We strive to repay the longstanding fan base by giving them what they love most about McDonald & # 39; s – our delicious food – for years to come. "

Seriously loving customers can win free food for life through a social media contest.

Starting July 13, Twitter users will be able to tag McDonald's accounts and use the hashtag #MyMcDonaldsFanContest and tweet about why they're the most loyal McDonald's fan eligible – and if you know McDonald's followers, the responses are sure to get oversized be.

The campaign takes place in honor of the 66th anniversary of the brand.

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McDonald’s, like many other chains in the food industry, has suffered from the loss of employees from the pandemic, with one location reportedly even offering free iPhones as an incentive to encourage people to apply for jobs.

The brand posted its lowest profit in 13 years in 2020 and closed around 200 locations in the US that same year.

McDonald’s was up 25.11% on Thursday afternoon compared to last year.

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