For all nuggets lovers out there, Grab and McDonald’s are coming together to give GrabFood users with free Chicken McNuggets this month.
From March 19 to March 31, hungry GrabFood users who purchase exclusive McDonald’s promo items via GrabFood will get a 4-piece Chicken McNuggets for free.
GrabFood Exclusive promo meals for McDonald’s include two Big Mac Medium Meals, two Quarter Pounder with Cheese Medium Meal, two two-piece Chicken McDo Medium Meals (Original or Spicy), one McShare box for 6 A La Carte, and one McShare box for 8 A La Carte.
For every purchase of a promo meal, GrabFood consumers will get free four-piece Chicken McNuggets. This means that if a GrabFood user orders two promo meals, he or she will get two orders of 4-pcs Chicken McNuggets, all for free.
“Our goal as the leading food delivery platform in the Philippines is not only to provide greater convenience for our users, but also to make the delightful experience of ordering food online more rewarding,” GrabFood head EJ dela Vega said.
The promo is valid from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m. daily for GrabFood users in Metro Manila and Cebu.
This is an extension of the recently inked partnership between Grab and McDonald’s Philippines that paved the way for GrabFood users to satisfy their McDonald’s cravings via the Grab app.
“McDonald’s is excited to take our partnership with GrabFood to greater heights. We look forward to strengthening our partnership to further delight our customers with exciting promos in the future,” McDonald’s Philippines managing director Margot Torres said.
“We [McDonald’s] puts our trust on GrabFood as our partner in providing a frictionless customer experience by leveraging digital solutions to provide modern-day convenience.”
GrabFood and McDonald’s are partners in different territories in the region. In the Philippines, GrabFood is McDonald’s first and only end-to-end food delivery app partner with a third-party delivery fleet — GrabFood’s delivery fleet.
“As an everyday super app, we will continue to develop more solutions such as food delivery to make the everyday tasks of Filipinos more convenient and rewarding. Through GrabFood, we have helped simplify the task of ordering food to satisfy the cravings of thousands of hungry Filipinos daily,” Grab Philippines head Brian Cu said.
GrabFood is the top online food delivery service in the Philippines, growing exponentially since its first launch last June 2018. It is home to roughly 7,000 restaurants in Manila and Cebu that cater to a wide variety of food selections that satisfy everyone’s cravings.
Present in 15 cities in the Philippines, namely, Bonifacio Global City, Makati, Pasig, San Juan, Mandaluyong, Quezon City, Manila, Parañaque, Las Piñas, Pasay, Marikina, Valenzuela, Cebu, Mandaue, and Lapu-Lapu GrabFood aims to expand its presence to other key and emerging areas this year.