‘Festive Wins’ will run throughout the month across the UK. The McDonald’s app will be transformed into an uplifting, interactive experience filled with festive fun, revealing feel-good food offers and over a million prizes available to win.
Leaning into the season’s generous spirit, McDonald’s wanted to deliver much needed joy for their customers, as the cost-of-living crisis continues to bite and the nation cuts back.
The ‘Festive Wins’ promotional campaign offers 30 chances to get offers and prizes each day.
During the week, players all receive a guaranteed food offer, from 99p Big Macs to 20% off when they spend £15.
At weekends there is the chance to instantly win exclusive merch like McDonald’s socks and festive jumpers, and cash giveaways of £1,000, £10 and £5, as well as cinema tickets. No food prizes will be awarded at weekends.
Tms, the global company uniting technology, marketing and sourcing to drive transformational change for the world’s leading brands, developed the in-app digital experience and gaming mechanic to bring ‘Festive Wins’ to life for McDonald’s UK customers.
The visual identity, developed by tms, enhances the campaign’s celebratory feel. Festive-themed illustrations and animation sequences bring a burst of excitement to the app.
Kat Howcroft, Digital – Digital & Media at McDonald’s, said: “I am delighted that Christmas has come early for McDonald’s customers with our brilliant new promotion ‘Festive Wins’.
“I am so proud to see this campaign come to life, a digital first for McDonald’s UK, with 30 days of discounted food, prizes and very merry merchandise in our app serving as a festive treat for millions of our customers.
Gemma Downing, Account Director, Delivery at tms, added: ‘Festive Wins’ cleverly leans into the spirit of the festive season through a fun, interactive and magical In-App experience.
“As customers look to the brands they love for generosity, McDonald’s is bringing it for an entire month in this unique 30-day celebration.”
McDonald’s ‘Festive Wins’ is supported by an above-the-line campaign developed by Leo Burnett, media planning by OMD, in-restaurant comms by Linney and eCRM Strategy by Armadillo.
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