Apart from the mischievous little ones from the Despicable Me franchise, McDonald’s is introducing a new cheese sauce too.
Minions fans, time to party as the little yellow fellows return to McDonald’s with a whole slew of limited edition treats.
A new collection of Happy Meal toys, which comes in 35 different designs, are up for grabs. Each design will also have a twin in gold, making it a total of 70 toys to collect.
The toys will be launched on Friday (Sep 4) at 11am, with seven designs released each week in the month.
Be prepared for some surprises too. Similar to the popular Blind Box concept, the toys will be packaged in opaque capsules, so you won’t know which design you are getting until you open it.
McDonald’s is also allowing you to bring the Minions to life too, by using augmented reality. All you need to do is download the Happy Meal app on your phone and scan the smile at the front of the Happy Meal box to access it.
There are five variations of the augmented reality, so there’s plenty of ways to have fun with those little yellow ones!
In addition to the toys, McDonald’s is introducing new food items such as the smoky nacho cheese sauce, yuzu cream cheese pie and the melon waffle cone.
The smoky nacho cheese sauce also comes in a bottle from 17 Sep at $5.50 each, with every purchase of the Chicken McNuggets or the Happy Sharing Box. McDonald’s will also launch a Minions game in their app on Thursday, allowing great McDonald’s deals to be won.
If you love the Minions, then September is bound to be a fantastic month for you!
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