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McDonald is selling their annual Halloween treats coupon pack $1

cf.wang00 207 14 September 27, 2015 at 01:56 PM in Other
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In store only. $1 for 3 sets of coupons.
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What kinda free food do they usually give out for the coupons?
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Dear Lazy OP,

Where's the beef?

Sincerely,
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Quote from cf.wang00 View Post :
In store only. $1 for 3 sets of coupons.
not for adults, meals are for kids only?

last time they refused it just because i didnt bring any kid to use it.
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not for adults, meals are for kids only?

last time they refused it just because i didnt bring any kid to use it.
McDonald's is encouraging kidnapping.
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Coupons valid 10/31 – 12/31. Limit 1 coupon per person per visit- under age 12 only.
There are 3 sets of each of these coupons:
FREE Apple Slices
FREE milk or apple juice jug
Free Go Gurt
FREE Hamburger
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So that's four items times three packs for one dollar? I would consider buying a handful and giving them to a field trip school bus driver to hand out to the kids if they stop at a McD. I would love to see what happens when dozens of kids show up with handfuls of "free" coupons.
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Quote from unfrozen View Post :
So that's four items times three packs for one dollar? I would consider buying a handful and giving them to a field trip school bus driver to hand out to the kids if they stop at a McD. I would love to see what happens when dozens of kids show up with handfuls of "free" coupons.
Field trips don't tend to randomly stop at McDonald's. As for what would happen when dozens of kids used coupons for free items, dozens of kids would get 1 free item each. What exactly did you think would happen?
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Quote from warpedrotors View Post :
Field trips don't tend to randomly stop at McDonald's. As for what would happen when dozens of kids used coupons for free items, dozens of kids would get 1 free item each. What exactly did you think would happen?
laugh out loud
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Quote from warpedrotors View Post :
Field trips don't tend to randomly stop at McDonald's.
Maybe it is a location or generational thing, but when I was in school, it was pretty common for a bus driver to stop at a fast food place, notably when the trip was several hours long. Also, on the return trip, the kids may have already eaten their lunches and could use a snack as well as a brief rest stop.
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As for what would happen when dozens of kids used coupons for free items, dozens of kids would get 1 free item each. What exactly did you think would happen?
I would imagine an annoyed manager unhappy that the McD corp inflicted these coupons on his/her store.

As I have mentioned elsewhere, I really like to think up pranks, even if I have no intention on actually doing them.
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Quote from unfrozen View Post :
Maybe it is a location or generational thing, but when I was in school, it was pretty common for a bus driver to stop at a fast food place, notably when the trip was several hours long. Also, on the return trip, the kids may have already eaten their lunches and could use a snack as well as a brief rest stop.

I would imagine an annoyed manager unhappy that the McD corp inflicted these coupons on his/her store.

As I have mentioned elsewhere, I really like to think up pranks, even if I have no intention on actually doing them.
You're literally just making shit up.

If you like to think up pranks, you should post one here. I'd be interested to hear some of your ideas.

Hint: When thinking up pranks, try to avoid pranks involving sending people in to use coupons at multi-billion dollar corporations that created the coupons for the express purpose of having people use them to get the free items.

Protip #2: Pranks should generally have some sort of humor aspect to them.
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You're literally just making shit up.
You are WRONG! When I was in school, we went on MANY field trips with many hours each way. And we often stopped at fast food places. I am making nothing up, and shame on you for calling me a liar.
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Quote from unfrozen View Post :
So that's four items times three packs for one dollar? I would consider buying a handful and giving them to a field trip school bus driver to hand out to the kids if they stop at a McD. I would love to see what happens when dozens of kids show up with handfuls of "free" coupons.
class action lawsuit for cheap food.
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Quote from unfrozen View Post :
you are wrong! When i was in school, we went on many field trips with many hours each way. And we often stopped at fast food places. I am making nothing up, and shame on you for calling me a liar.

shame...

Shame...
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Shame...
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Thanks for the support. For background, I hate and despise manipulation, and of course this includes corporate advertising and "specials". So when McD corp sells coupons with the intention that their "free" coupon will bring in many dollars of other high-priced crap, I really wish that their manipulation would backfire on them. That is what led to my prank idea.

I wish the best for everyone, even the guy that flamed me. I try to keep my ego small, so there is very little to hurt.
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