McDonald's offering chance to win McGold Card, free food for life

The Mc Gold Card is real and it could get you free McDonald’s for life

This means only the victor will be entitled to free meals for life.

One lucky customer will have the chance to win free McDonald's for life, making "legend become reality" by placing the McGold Card in one person's hands. The victor will be announced on or about August 29, and will be granted the McGold status, entitling them to two meals per week for 50 years.

So how did the McGold Card start?

McDonald's is kicking off a new contest that will result in a lucky victor bumping the Amex from their wallet in favor of a new Gold Card.

McDonald's fans will need to place an order on the app from August 10 and before August 24 at 11.59pm. Mobile Order & Pay also allows customers to pick up their order however they want: Curbside, Inside the Restaurant or at Drive Thru.

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The fast-food chain will soon be giving its loyal customers the chance to win the fabled McDonald's McGold Card, which awards the lucky victor free McDonald's for life.

If you win, your concerns over where your next meal is coming from will be replaced by fears that your heirs will attempt to hasten your death (more than eating a lifetime supply of Big Macs will hasten it) in order to get their grubby mitts on your McGold Card. From that monumental moment, a small select number of McGold Cards have been given out to notable figures ranging from the governor of MI to the king of Sweden.

"Mobile Order & Pay is just one of the latest ways we are transforming convenience and value for our customers", said Hashim Amin, Head of U.S. Digital at McDonald's.

More than 14,000 branches of McDonald's in the United Kingdom are taking part.

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