‘Secret’ McDonald’s Big Mac lunchbox now selling on Carousell Singapore
Run, don’t walk when it comes to getting freebies from McDonald’s in Singapore – because it might end up on Carousell for a ridiculous price.
Singaporeans seem pretty taken with the fast food giant’s current promo offer of a limited-edition Big Mac lunchbox that you can get for free by reciting a ‘secret code’.
But in this economy, of course, there will be some opportunistic individuals trying to make a quick buck.
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The lunchbox (that is free, ICYMI), is going for up to S$40 on Carousell.
While there are some cheaper options on the platform going for S$1 and S$4, the average amount people are selling them for is around S$20.
Not a lot of the boxes are Carousell at the moment, given how recent the campaign is.
The lunchbox promo coincides with another deal currently running at McDonald’s allowing you to purchase a Big Mac Meal for S$6.50 instead of the S$8.40 it usually costs.
A TikTok video by user @kerrynlee revealed the not-so-secret hack you can use to score one of the limited edition Big Mac lunchboxes.
@kerrynlee Free lunch box from MCD
Only for people who are not paiseh
Faster go get
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Simple and straightforward, the “code” consists of these lines: Two all beef patties, special sauce, lettuce, cheese, pickles, onions on a sesame seed bun.
TikTok user @tripleshaiting did an unboxing video so you can see what exactly the lunchbox looks like when its dismantled.
Run to your nearest McDonald’s now to get this free cutie Big Mac lunchbox!
♬ Betty (Get Money) – Yung Gravy
Tbh, the double-layer lunchbox actually looks pretty practical and worth collecting whether you’re a Maccy D’s fan or not.
With the Singapore Budget on everyone’s minds of late, a lot of us are entering the tapao or meal prep era, so a cute lunchbox could certainly make that transition easier (assuming it’s free and not $40)>.
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