Monday, October 25, 2021

McDonald’s Rewards Registered Voters With Its VOTER REGISTRATION DISCOUNTDOWN Promos!

McDonald’s Rewards Registered Voters With Its VOTER REGISTRATION DISCOUNTDOWN Promos!


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With the 2022 National Elections fast approaching, the Commission on Election (COMELEC) encourages more Filipinos to register as voters until September 30, 2021. And from September 26-30, McDonald’s Philippines rewards registered voters through the VOTER REGISTRATION DISCOUNTDOWN deals where customers can enjoy up to 50% off on their Quarter Pounder with Cheese, redeemable via the McDonald’s App!

Don’t wait ’till the last minute because the sooner you register, the bigger the discount you can get at McDonald’s! Just follow these quick and easy steps to avail of this promo:

  1. Register to vote.
  2. Download the McDonald’s App to find the VOTER REGISTRATION DISCOUNTDOWN promo voucher.
  3. Head to your nearest McDonald’s store to Dine-In, Take Out or Drive-Thru.
  4. Show your proof of registration (voter’s ID or registration receipt with any valid ID) to the McDonald’s Crew to be entitled to claim the promo voucher from the McDonald’s App.
  5. Enjoy your discounted Quarter Pounder with Cheese!

Visit to learn about how you can become a registered voter and check out McDonald’s Philippines on Facebook for more information about the McDonald’s App DISCOUNTDOWN promo.

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