McDonald’s and Uber Eats have Thanksgiving week covered


Turkey isn’t the only food to eat during Thanksgiving week. McDonald’s and Uber Eats are giving everyone the turkey break they want.

If you are over another helping of turkey, McDonald’s and Uber Eats are coming to your rescue this Thanksgiving week. Whether you have a late-night craving, Thanksgiving dinner was bust or you just need a Big Mac, there’s another reason to place an order.

Starting on Thanksgiving Eve and running through Cyber Monday (November 27), McDelivery with Uber Eats is offering $0 delivery fee. The discount will automatically be applied at check. If you order less than $10, there will be a small order fee. Still, who doesn’t order at least $10 of McDelivery at a time?

Often the night before Thanksgiving, many people get together with friends (and maybe family) who they haven’t seen in a while. All that fun can lead to some late-night cravings. Since you can’t touch the big turkey day’s food, you might need to order out.

Even though a late-night craving might hit, McDelivery could do even more. While many people might order a Big Mac, fries or even some breakfast, McDonald’s could really change Thanksgiving this year.

If that pumpkin pie was a baking disaster, why not over everyone Snickerdoodle McFlurries? Everyone would be happy with that dessert.

Or, if all that Black Friday shopping got you famished, get some McDelivery to enjoy why going through all those great shopping deals. No matter the reason, free delivery is a gift.

In addition to the promotion, McDonald’s is sweetening the deal. Since many people might be ordering some late night food right before the big feast, someone can win the Late Night Grand Prize – Free Late Night McDelivery with Uber Eats and a Late-Night Weekend Bag.

To enter the contest, “tweet the McDonald’s menu item(s) you’d love having delivered by Uber Eats to satisfy your late-night cravings, tagging #McDelivery, #Sweepstakes, @McDonalds, @UberEats.” The contest runs from November 27 through December 2.

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Don’t worry about Thanksgiving this year. With McDonald’s, McDelivery and Uber Eats, no one will go hungry.