Monday, July 26, 2021

ARMY's are going crazy over McDonald's new 'The BTS Meal'

Photo courtesy of: Michee Dionne Balite

"The BTS Meal' is McDonald’s’ newest collaboration with Korean boy group, BTS. The meal includes 10 pieces of chicken McNuggets, medium fries, a medium Coke, and two of BTS' handpicked dipping sauces– Sweet Chili and Cajun.

The meal costs P260 for dine-in, drive-thru, and takeout and P270 for delivery.

BTS fans call themselves the ARMY or A.R.M.Y. According to the BTS fandom website, A.R.M.Y stands for "Adorable Representative M.C. for Youth". The fandom name basically means that fans will always be together with BTS.

The official launching of 'The BTS Meal' in the Philippines is on June 18, 2021, which is available nationwide, however, if you've been into the daily updates of McDonald's then you must among those who have tried it by reserving the meal.

Ordering 'The BTS Meal' is not a hassle as it is available in all of McDonald’s channels except in their dessert centers and McCafe stores.

According to the McDonalds' official website, one can only purchase a maximum of five orders of 'The BTS Meal' via front counter, take-out counter, drive-thru, McDelivery, Large Delivery (GOLD), and Large Food Orders (LFOs). The orders are made limited as McDonald's' is still maintaining optimal operations and Gold Standard quality.

'The BTS Meal' and the new sweet chili and cajun sauces are only available for a limited time.

For those who plan to purchase BTS photocards, McDonalds' said it will only be made available through the "Weverse" Shop App and can't be purchased in any McDonalds' physical stores. (RSR)


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