First we get all-day breakfast, then they give us McDelivery. McDonald’s is meeting its customers’ needs in a big way. The fast food chain is set to expand its partnership with UberEATS to offer delivery service in 257 of its restaurants across Canada, up from 187 currently participating in the service.
Customers can place a delivery order via the UberEATS app this summer in 145 Toronto locations, as well as restaurants in Calgary (20), Edmonton (43), Montreal (31), and Ottawa (18). All menu items will be available for delivery, save for soft serve ice cream. McDelivery launched in the United States earlier this year.
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Menu prices will be unaffected with the expanded launch of McDelivery, although UberEATS fees will be applied to orders.
So, are you ready to order?