What to Expect from McDonald’s for Chinese New Year 2017
Chinese New Year is just a month away and McDonald’s is introducing a bunch of goodies to welcome the Year of the Rooster with everyone in Singapore. This include the new Golden Prosperity Burger, limited edition orange bags and more!
From 29 December 2016, the Prosperity Beef or Chicken Burger (from $5.40), a must-have for every Chinese New Year, returns to restaurants islandwide in single and double patties. Dipped in black pepper sauce, the succulent grilled beef or chicken patty is topped with slivered onions and served between soft sesame seed buns.
For those who enjoy a little reinterpretation to their classic favourites, McDonald’s will be bringing the Prosperity Burgers to the next level by adding some crunch to the burgers, serving them with a piece of golden Hashbrown that sits atop the grilled beef or chicken patty. Customers can get a taste of the Golden Prosperity Beef or Chicken Burger (from $6.30) at all participating McDonald’s restaurants and via McDelivery from 12 January 2017.
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Twister Fries, Sweet BBQ Drumlets, Golden Gula Melaka McFlurry
Complete your Prosperity meal with the all-time-favourite Twister Fries or with a set of savoury Sweet BBQ Drumlets which are available in 2pc (from $2.20) and 10pc (from $10.80) options. To ensure sweetness in your life, treat yourself to the Gula Melaka McFlurry with Rainbow Bites (from $2.90).
These offerings will be available from 29 December 2016, while stocks last.
Orange bags and red packets
This Chinese New Year, customers can also celebrate and visit their relatives and friends in style with McDonald’s limited edition orange bags and red packets.
The limited edition orange bags come in two unique designs – the French Fries and McCafé Frappe.
They are available for purchase at $5 each from 12 January 2017 onwards with any orders made via McDelivery and over the McCafé counters, on a while stocks last basis. Customers are limited to purchase one orange bag per transaction.