Can't wait to get your hands on the limited-edition BT21 Happy Meal toys? Here's some good news for you!
Filo ARMYs who wish to score the McDonald's Happy Meal x BT21 collaboration ahead of its launch may download the McDonald's App and redeem it through dine-in, takeout, or drive-thru from April 13 to 14, between 10:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. only. Note that it can only be redeemed once per user.
The local offer lets the K-pop group's fans purchase a 10-piece Chicken McNuggets Meal including one of seven BT21 toys representing the iconic K-pop group's members.
The new collection dubbed Chicken McNuggets Meets BT21 includes Mang (J-Hope), Koya (RM), Cooky (Jungkook), RJ (Jin), Chimmy (Jimin), Tata (V), and Shooky (Suga).
Aside from the Chicken McNuggets and BT21 toy, customers will receive two sauces, medium or large fries, and a medium or large Coke.
The limited-time offer will officially be up from April 15 to 22, between 10:30 a.m. and 3:59 a.m.
According to McDonald's Philippines, the promo is available in all of its stores nationwide via front counter, drive-thru, take-out counter, self-ordering Kiosks, and through the McDelivery app and website.
It cannot be availed, however, through third-party apps like GrabFood and Foodpanda.
Fans cannot purchase the toys à la carte and only one figurine is included per meal per transaction. Moreover, customers can only buy a maximum of three Chicken McNuggets Meal Meets BT21 orders per transaction.
McDonald's first teased the BT21 offer in the Philippines on March 9.
BT21 is a collaborative project between BTS and LINE FRIENDS. Launched in 2017, it features characters created by the BTS members rather than simply using their physical appearances to create traditional avatars.
BTS is presently taking a hiatus from group activities, during which they will focus on solo projects and fulfill their military enlistment requirements.
The group is widely considered South Korea's biggest-ever cultural phenomenon, recognized by the Guinness World Records as the "most popular group in the world."