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McDonalds is now available on JustEat Ireland

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McDonalds is now available on JustEat Ireland

Stop the presses. This is legitimately the best news since lockdown began. Alright, that's not exactly a high bar, what with the unrelenting crapness of it all, but there is a bright spot on the horizon: McDonalds is now on JustEat.

The meeting of the biggest name in lazy food and the biggest name in lazy food delivery is sure to usher in a new era of magnificence for the couch-bound, hungover and downright feckless. That era began yesterday at 11am - annoyingly, just after they'd stopped doing breakfast, which is lowkey the actual best thing that Maccies does.

Who knows when it will end? Who knows when anything will end these days, if we're being honest, but this is something that we certainly hope continues for a long time. It'll be available initially in Dublin, Cork, Limerick and Galway, with the hope that more places will be added later.

"We're thrilled to be launching our partnership with McDonald's and making McDelivery available to our Just Eat customers right across Ireland," said Amanda Roche-Kelly, Managing Director Just Eat Ireland.

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"Significantly expanding the delivery areas for McDonald's lovers nationwide, as the traditional sit-in McDonald's restaurants remain closed, this partnership will also serve up a sense of normality in our customers routines, despite all the change and worry outside people's doors at the moment."

Alistair Reid, McDonald's Director of Operations for the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland, added: "We are delighted to announce our new partnership with Just Eat Ireland, which means that our McDelivery service is now available to more people across the country than ever before.

"This expanded offering ensures that your favourite meal is only ever a few clicks away. In an ever-changing retail and hospitality environment, we are always looking for opportunities to improve and enhance the service experience for our customers. This exciting collaboration with Just Eat Ireland is the perfect way to do just that."

Topics: Ireland, mcdonalds

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