Macca’s launches free fries and Coke for singing Big Mac jingle

Aussies can get a free fries and Coke for participating in a new challenge at McDonald’s stores across the country.

The giveaway is part of the fast-food favourite’s relaunch of the Big Mac range – including a bite-size Mac Junior and larger Grande Mac – that are available at stores across Australia now.

Customers can get a free small fries and a Coke added to their order when they purchase one of the burgers and participate in a small challenge.

The Big Mac Chant Challenge will test customers’ knowledge of the 1970s jingle designed to promote the iconic burger.

“Two all-beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed bun,” is the chant that lists the burger’s ingredients.

If they can sing the chant in four seconds or less they win the prize.

“Australia, warm up those vocal cords and prepare to have a new song stuck in your head because the Big Mac chant is back with a bang,” marketing director Samantha McLeod said.

“The Big Mac is a global icon and one of our most popular menu items, so it only felt right we celebrate its rich heritage with old and new generations of Big Mac fans while creating even more feel-good moments for our customers.”

“It’s harder to say than it is to eat, but the faster you say it, the faster you win, so the only question is: Can you say the Big Mac chant in four seconds?”

The challenge runs from April 17 to May 7.

The Big Mac range also includes onion rings, which come with a side serve of the special sauce and are now available in Macca’s restaurants nationwide for a limited time only.

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