The fast-food giant offered free apparel with orders in a special, one-day activation, making it a little easier for happy customers to show off their loyalty

McDonald’s recently used free limited-edition activewear to promote its easy online ordering and charity.  In select areas, all orders placed through Uber Eats came with a special surprise.

All orders of $10 or more placed through Uber Eats after 5pm were made into a gift while supplies lasted. The bonus merchandise included McDonald’s-themed athleisure and more: McDonald’s striped socks, French fry-adorned yoga pants, a cheese-covered sweatshirt and even Big Mac headphones. Proceeds from orders at participating locations in Canada went toward the Canadian Ronald McDonald House for Children. 

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