McDonald’s is renaming a mainstream bargain day to praise the cross country dispatch of its new dedication program.

The cheap food chain has changed July 13 from National French Fry Day, also known as National Fry Day or Fry Day, to World Famous Fan Day.

Be that as it may, McDonald’s eateries will in any case ring in Tuesday with free fries for individuals from the MyMcDonalds Rewards program, which formally dispatched cross country Thursday. Other café networks are required to keep calling the made-up food occasion Fry Day.

The Golden Arches additionally is facilitating a “World Famous Fan” challenge where 66 fans will win 1 million MyMcDonald’s Rewards focuses and one fan will win free fries forever, a prize esteemed at $19,685.

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Alycia Mason, McDonald’s USA vice president of digital customer experience, said in a statement that the chain has the “best fans in the world who deserve to unlock perks for their loyalty.”

“We’re eager to repay years of fandom by giving them what they love most about McDonald’s — our delicious food — for years to come,” Mason said of the loyalty program and World Famous Fan Day.

Free fries for life contest

This is not the first time McDonald’s has given a prize that lasts “for life.”

In August 2018, McDonald’s had a contest for a McGold card that gave one winner two free meals a week for 50 years. The prize was valued at $52,350.

The World Famous Fan contest kicks off July 13 on World Famous Fan Day and goes through July 20, according to the contest rules posted at MyMcDonaldsFanContest.com.

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