Grab This Treat! Get Free Burgers From Mcdonald’s Via The GrabFood App

Not just one, but two tasty burgers!

Yesterday’s afternoon break was one of those moments when I crave for something that “tastes better when it is not homemade” for snacks. I was thinking of a nugget-and-fries combo while nibbling a caramel-flavored refreshment. Imagine that during a work-from-home break time! 

“tastes better when it is not homemade”

I got my phone and purposely looked for Mcdonald’s in my Grab super app. When we talk about nuggets and caramel treats, “Mcdo! Love ko to!”.  

But how would you feel getting not just one but two tasty burgers for FREE from Mcdonald’s after ordering your cravings via the Grab App? 

Well this Grab-Mcdonald’s Promo is for you:

*With a minimum Mcdonald’s order of PhP 400 through your GrabFood app. Available at McDonald’s Bacolod, Baguio, CDO, Davao, Cebu, Pampanga, Dumaguete, Iloilo, Lipa, Zamboanga and Olongapo. This treat is only up until May 30, 2021.

Your options for work-from-home downtime cravings do not have to be home-quarantined to limited choices. You deserve an array of food offerings and exciting freebies. Check out your GrabFood app regularly! 

Grab is the leading super app in Southeast Asia, providing everyday services that matter most to consumers. Today, the Grab app has been downloaded onto over 185 million mobile devices, giving users access to over 9 million drivers, merchants and agents. Grab offers the widest range of on-demand transport services in the region, in addition to food, package, grocery delivery services, mobile payments and financial services across 339 cities in eight countries.

2 New Fun-Courses for the 25th Batch: Mcdonald’s is looking for Kiddie Crew!

As this year marks the silver batch of McDonald’s Kiddie Crew Workshop, your little ones will surely enjoy the daily sessions through new courses, “Make-Your-Own-Dessert” and the McDelivery Game which reinforce the teaching of McDonald’s time-tested values of team work and discipline.

imageChem volunteered to take this pic while we were walking through on “make your own cheeseburger” activity. It’s obvious I’m elated preparing one of my favorite offerings from McDonald’s. Just after the take, she then asked “How’s your burger? I said, “Almost done!” Then she said in a sweet yet smart tone, “Ang service time ha.”

What a jab! Chem leaving me with that reminder startled my memory while at the same time shifted my euphoria to a surging sense of efficiency. It refreshed me of one of the books by New York Times bestselling author, John Maxwell. “I knew I have already known about McDonald’s Speed Service System!” I deciphered.

On the first part of the book – Leadership  101, Maxwell narrated the infant years of McDonald’s to strengthen his discourse about the context of that chapter.

“By 1948, They also created what they called the Speedy Service System. Their kitchen became like an assembly line, where each person focused on service with speed. Their goal was to fill each customer’s order in thirty seconds or less. And they succeeded. By the mid-1950s, annual revenue hit $350,000, and by then, Dick and Maurice split net profits of about $100,000 each year”

“Theirs was one of the most profitable restaurant enterprises in the country and their genius was in customer service and kitchen organization, which led to a new system of food and beverage service. In fact, their talent was so widely known in food service circles that people from all over the country wanted to learn more about their methods. At one point, they received as many as three hundred calls and letters every month. That led them to the idea of marketing the McDonald’s concept”


For any adult who has 6-12 year old loved-one, knowing such snippet from McDonald’s history is a smack-dab reason why to enroll the family’s kids. Activities during the 5-day course of McDo Kiddie Crew is basically leaning about McDonald’s time-tested values of teamwork, hard work, discipline, responsibility, and sharing with the sprinklings of fun and friendship.

You know that your kids just love to act like grown ups right? Thus, all-time favorite sessions, “Make-Your-Own Cheeseburger” and on-floor, drive-thru, and front counter trainings are still there to convert their curiousity to learning new valuable life skills.

As this year marks the silver batch of McDonald’s Kiddie Crew Workshop, your little ones will surely enjoy the daily sessions by learning more with fun while satisfying their sweet tooth through “Make-Your-Own-Dessert”. Furthermore, the segment on how to prepare customers’ orders through the McDelivery Game will also reinforce the teaching of McDonald’s classic values in service. “Ronald Dance” will also be introduced to channel their active cells into arts and healthy lifestyle.

Indeed, not everything is learnt inside the classroom. Let your kids learn more inside any of the 500 participating McDonald’s restaurant in the Philippines. Lent just ended. Start then another week of educative summer memories for you kids. Week 4 to Week 10 sections are still open. Register not later than April 30, 2017 for 650PhP.

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Let us know about you and your kid’s daily McDo Kiddie Crew memories with the hashtag #McDoKiddieCrew in your social media accounts. Ultimately, see you with Ronald Mcdonald and the Gang in May 20-21 for the Grand Graduation day happening in Metro Manila, Pampanga, Batangas, Laguna, Cavite, Cebu, Cagayan De Oro, and in Davao City which will be in Philippine Women’s College campus.


Chemaima “Chem” Belleza is McDonald’s Local Store Marketing Coordinator.


*This is John’s McDo Cheeseburger! #McDoKiddieCrew 


*My squad from Padre Pio’s Home for Children during the Media Launch Event. McDonald’s Bajada, Davao City. #McDoKiddieCrew

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See you!