You can now order delivery from McDonald’s; you know, for those times when even going to the drive through is just too much. Thanks to technology, burgers and fries from 300 Los Angeles-area McDonald’s locations are now just a click away.
The fast food icon has partnered with Uber Eats to offer the service, which they call, naturally, McDelivery. Sating your McDonald’s cravings via the app will cost you a $5 fee per order, which is a small price to pay for not having to interact with humans or go out in public to get your nuggets, right?
McDelivery launched in a test run in Florida earlier this year, and Los Angeles is one of the first areas to get the full-fledged version. A more limited version of the service also went online this week in Chicago, Phoenix and Columbus, Ohio. Also in the works for McDonald’s in the coming months are a high-tech mobile ordering and payment system at all U.S. locations and even a new style for building out restaurants which they call, completely earnestly, “the experience of the future,” Investor’s Business Daily reports.
We’re not sure this will shoot to the top of the list of best delivery food options in L.A., but it does make sense for McDonald’s to get into the mobile delivery game. Jack in the Box offers delivery via DoorDash and even Shake Shack offers an app to order in advance.
Just pair up a McDelivery order with one from Amazon’s new on-demand booze service and you’ve got yourself the makings of quite a night.
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