I bought 20 drinks in McDonald's to see how much I won with their game
I bought 20 DRINKS in McDonald’s to see how much I won with their new game (with VERY surprising results)
- A TikToker decided to buy 20 drinks from McDonald’s for the Winning Sips game
- The fast food addict, known as @madaboutmaccies, won four prizes in total
- Read More: McDonald’s launches game for customers with £10K cash up for grabs – as well as free food and merchandise
A TikToker decided to buy 20 drinks from McDonald’s to see how successful he would be at their new Winning Sips game.
The fast food addict, from Buckinghamshire, shared the video on his TikTok page @madaboutmaccies and revealed he won four prices.
He revealed four out of 20 were ‘instant wins’ and he ended up with a free apple pie, medium milkshake, porridge and a sausage and egg McMuffin.
The clip, which racked up over 560,000 views, was captioned: ‘I bought 20 cup drinks at McDonald’s to see what I’d win on Winning Sips.’
In the viral video he said: ‘I bought 20 cup drinks at McDonald’s just to see what the chances are of winning the Winning Sips competition, so here’s the results.
I bought 20 McDonalds drinks to see what I’d win on Winning Sips 🤑 #mcdonalds #maccies #mcdonaldsuk #mcdonaldstiktok #winningsips
‘I peeled 20 stickers in total four out of 20 were instant wins, I won an apple pie, medium milkshake, porridge and a f***ing sausage and egg McMuffin, I haven’t redeemed these yet, help yourselves.
‘I also got one digital win, which I had to redeem on the McDonald’s app,’ he continued, revealing that win was for 6 chicken McNuggets.
‘The remaining 15 stickers yielded no immediate prize but they do get entered into a £10,000 prize draw, let’s hope I’m lucky!’
Many rushed to the comments to reveal their own winnings from the Winning Sips game.
One person wrote: ‘Literally ordered last night first time pull sticker off scanned and boom won a glass.’
Another said: ‘My first one yesterday and won a Big Mac, living the dream.’ While someone else said: ‘My first win was £5 bosh!’
McDonald’s launched the new Monopoly-style game at the end of March.
The fast-food chain are giving customers the chance of winning free cash and food, or even free exclusive McDonald’s merchandise.
A TikToker decided to buy 20 drinks from McDonald’s to see how successful he would be at their new Winning Sips game
The fast food addict shared the video on his TikTok page @madaboutmaccies and revealed he won four prices
The clip, which racked up over 560,000 views, was captioned: ‘I bought 20 cup drinks at McDonald’s to see what i’d win on Winning Sips’
Many rushed to the comments to reveal their own winnings from the Winning Sips game
The Winning Sips game is available on stickers on medium and large soft drinks and milkshakes.
How to enter McDonald’s Winning Sips
To enter the competition customers will need to purchase any medium or large soft drink.
Customers will need to peel the game sticker to reveal an instant prize or app play game piece.
After downloading the McDonald’s app customers will then scan their code to be in with a chance of winning.
However, it is worth noting that you will be limited to inputting eight entries into the app and you will have until May 9 to claim the prize.
The traditional McDonald’s Monopoly will also be back again this year, but a date has not yet been confirmed.
Last time McDonald’s Monopoly ran from September to October 2022 and around the same time in 2021.
But the new game Winning Sips has launched, giving fast food fans a new opportunity to win.
The value of the prizes range from a couple of pounds all the way up to £10,000.
Winning Sips works in a similar way to the popular McDonald’s Monopoly in that customers will get a cup that comes with a sticker that peels off to see if you’ve won a prize, or an app play code you collect.
The app is free to download from the Google Android and iPhone app stores.
The game differs in that you won’t collect game pieces in the same way as Monopoly, and there are no game pieces for Winning Sips on food items.
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