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US McDonald’s offers Xbox instant-win Christmas promo


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OAK BROOK, Illinois—McDonald’s is giving customers the chance to win a new Xbox entertainment system for the holiday season. From Dec. 3 to 23, the “One Hot Holiday” Instant Win Game Promotion at McDonald’s offers peel-off game pieces where customers can win millions of prizes for Xbox, including an Xbox One.

McDonald’s customers who buy any Premium McWrap, Quarter Pounder* Burger (excluding Double Quarter Pounder* with Cheese), or medium fries will receive a game piece with an instant WIN message, while supplies last.

With over 140 million total games pieces, including thousands of Xbox One entertainment systems and a myriad of other Xbox prizes, everyone wins. Players can enter the code found on the game label to redeem prizes using their smart phone, tablet, or computer at www.onehotholiday.com and can share out what they have won with their online social community.

Followers of McDonald’s Twitter handle, @McDonalds, who use #WinAtMcDs, will have an additional chance to win an Xbox One system. To learn more about the McDonald’s ‘One Hot Holiday’ Instant Win Promotion, including game details and how to play without purchase, customers can visit www.onehotholiday.com starting Nov. 25, 2013.

“We’re excited to offer our customers the chance to win an Xbox One at McDonald’s,” said Douglas Freeland, director of marketing for McDonald’s USA. “And with prizes for Xbox on every game piece, it’s never been easier to peel and win.”

With game pieces included on all Premium McWraps, Quarter Pounder Burgers and Medium Fries, customers can enjoy the food they love including our bold and spicy flavors like the Southwest Chicken Premium McWrap and Bacon Habanero Ranch Quarter Pounder Burger. The meal-sized Premium McWrap, offered in four flavors, combines fresh vegetables, juicy chicken breast filet and tasty sauces in a warm tortilla. The Quarter Pounder Burgers, made with 100% beef, come in four varieties and feature ingredients like thick-cut apple wood smoked bacon and colorful veggies.

“We’re thrilled to partner with McDonald’s to give Xbox fans a chance to get their hands on the next generation of games and entertainment this holiday season in the Xbox One,” said Grover Holtzclaw, general manager of Xbox US marketing. “McDonald’s customers will have a great opportunity to win one of the most sought after products of the holiday season.”


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