Happening Tomorrow: McDo’s National Breakfast Day (March 9, 2015)

National Breakfast Day

Amen for Free McMuffin! In celebration of National Breakfast Day, McDonalds Philippines’ participating stores are giving away free Mcmuffins to the first 1,000 McDo customers! I don’t remember getting the chance to celebrate the first two National Breakfast Days, but given that breakfast is my favorite meal of the day and I have the motivation to get up early, I definitely won’t miss this year’s Breakfast Day for the world

On March 9, don’t miss out as McDonald’s celebrates the “world’s biggest breakfast” where all participating McDonald’s restaurants nationwide and in other countries will each give away a free McMuffin for the first 1,000 customers starting 6:00 a.m.

Customers may line-up at the front counter for their free Egg McMuffin, or go for a Drive-Thru visit on their way to work.

“Through the National Breakfast Day, we are once again giving Filipinos, along with breakfast lovers around the world, a delicious reason to wake up to better mornings and better days ahead. All these start with a good breakfast, which McDonald’s serves to millions of customers daily,” said Kenneth S. Yang, McDonald’s Philippines President and Chief Executive Officer.

McDonald’s puts the spotlight on its Egg McMuffin, a breakfast favorite in many parts of the world, which packs in a delicious and filling meal in one convenient handheld sandwich. The Egg McMuffin is made with high quality ingredients from its freshly cracked Grade A eggs, lean Canadian bacon, melted cheese, and toasted English muffins.

Don’t let this opportunity pass for a free breakfast treat! Grab your Egg McMuffin at any McDonald’s participating store on the 3rd National Breakfast Day, March 9, starting 6:00 a.m. Celebrate a delicious morning at McDonald’s to make you say “Hooray for Today.”

For the list of participating stores, click on the following link: List of McDo National Breakfast Day Participating Stores

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