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

Irving Hamilton
August 10, 2018

Starting this Friday, the burger giant will be giving one lucky victor that opportunity, launching a sweepstakes for an extremely rare McGold Card which bestows upon the holder the equivalent of free McDonald's for the rest of their life.

"The McGold Card isn't some bedtime story, it's real", Ancient Aliens co-executive producer and "Ancient Astronaut Theorist" Giorgio Tsoukalos assures viewers as a brief clip of Bigfoot running with the coveted card is shown. According to the fine print, the victor can collect two free meals per week for 50 years.

However, if it's fun you're after, the victor will also receive a custom, one-of-a-kind 24-karat gold-plated McGold Card phone case, pictured above.

This marks the first time McDonald's has ever given away a McGold Card.

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In response to McDonald's new Mobile Order and Pay, the restaurant chain is giving customers the chance to win McDonald's for life. In order to place yourself in the running for the highly coveted and sought after McGold Card, all that you have to do is place an order through the McDonald's app from August 10 through August 24. Warren Buffett, Rob Lowe and Bill Gates are said to be among them, but Business Insider reports that Gates is the only one who has a physical Gold Card. Each time they use Mobile Order & Pay to order, they will gain another entry.

McDonald's enthusiasts now have the chance. 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. See the full rules here. McDonald's says the victor will be drawn at random and be notified within two days.

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