Hello Kitty Meals Are Coming to McDonald’s Singapore

Hello Kitty Meals Are Coming to McDonald’s Singapore

November 13, 2019
McDonald’s Singapore has something special in store for Hello Kitty lovers. 
After recently treating customers with a collection of limited edition loungewear, the American fast-food chain is now launching an exclusive Hello Kitty carrier. 
The highly anticipated item is expected to generate a lot of buzz among fans, similarly to the My Melody meal carriers that they released last year, according to Business Insider.
The Hello Kitty carrier is available for purchase for 7.90 Singapore Dollars ($5.80) with either an Extra Value Meal or Doubles Feast. Last year’s My Melody meal carriers, which became quite a hit, were priced at 6.90 Singapore Dollars each ($4.80). 
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Based on a Facebook post shared by McDonald’s Singapore, there will be a limit of two carriers per transaction. The Hello Kitty meal carrier can only be purchased in-store which means customers who order via Drive-Thru, McDelivery or Grab will not be able to purchase them.
As with any plastic carrier, the item can also be used as a handy container. In a statement, the company suggested that it be used as a bag or hung behind a car seat.
Fans can start lining up on or before the launch time which is at 7 a.m. SGT on Nov. 14.
To promote the exclusive item, McDonald’s Singapore has released a special ad featuring the iconic Sanrio character. A limited-time filter can also be found on the McDonald’s Singapore Instagram page. 
Feature Image via McDonald’s Singapore
      Ryan General

      Ryan General is a Senior Reporter for NextShark




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