Uber Bringing Free McDonald’s® Breakfast On-Demand to FSU
As you’ve probably heard by now, McDonald’s is now serving its world-famous breakfast all day long. To celebrate this landmark decision, Uber has partnered with McDonald’s to bring McDonald’s breakfast to Florida State’s campus, on-demand, for dinner, and FOR FREE!
By using the promo code LOVINITTLH, users on campus will be able to request McDonald’s breakfast items (along with some swag) between 8:30-10pm tomorrow, October 9. Tap a button, get McDonald’s breakfast for free and in just minutes. Welcome to the future.
HOW IT WORKS
- Open your Uber app, tap the Profile icon in the top left corner, then tap Promotions
- Enter promotion code LOVINITTLH
- Request from FSU’s campus using the “McDonald’s” option between 8:30-10pm on Friday, October 9
- When successful, you will receive two (2) Sausage Egg Biscuits, two (2) Sausage Biscuits, and a swag bag full of All Day Breakfast surprises
- We’re expecting demand to be very high, so thank you for your patience
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