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$1 Cone and $2 Sundae summer promotion starting July 14, 2020

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[McDonalds] $1 Cone and $2 Sundae summer promotion starting July 14, 2020

$1 Cone and $2 Sundae summer promotion starting July 14, 2020

https://www.mcdonalds.com/ca/en-ca/promotions.html
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Hopefully they will sell cones. Burger King is unfortunately still using only cups.
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Thank you OP.
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One of my favourite McDonald's deals from last year! I prefer their cones to the other fast food restaurants.
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Hopefully their machine isn't "broken" or "shut down for cleaning" during this promo
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BenzDude11 wrote: Hopefully their machine isn't "broken" or "shut down for cleaning" during this promo
Trust me, you want those machines to be sterile.

The thing I don't like about these promos is that the prices are like Apple's. A Sundae is twice the price of a cone, simply because it has 3 cents of sauce poured on it.
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I hope the return of cones signals the return of other items from their limited menu. I miss the McGriddle!
Nobody cares which exploitative corporations you give your money to every month. Get that crap out of your signature.
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i wonder if the lack of cones was a covid-related issue?
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stilltippin wrote: Hopefully they will sell cones. Burger King is unfortunately still using only cups.
Burger King is IMHO way better ice cream than McD!! It doesn't leave a layer of wax and edible oil additives on your tongue afterwards. Wish they'd bring back their cones!!
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The only problem is who wants to wait 1 hr in a drive thru line to get a $1 cone.
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No way I would get a cone knowing the hygiene issues and the ice cream not being covered. They should only sell it in cups
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danzerino wrote: No way I would get a cone knowing the hygiene issues and the ice cream not being covered. They should only sell it in cups
Maybe they will add some extra paper around the cone to protect it from contamination?
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jarfgames wrote: Maybe they will add some extra paper around the cone to protect it from contamination?
That does not change much. If the employees dont wear mask and just talk droplets can be on the ice cream since its not covered. Extremely dangerous
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s7r1k3r wrote: The only problem is who wants to wait 1 hr in a drive thru line to get a $1 cone.
They're opening take out.

But yeah tell me about it. Thing is, people need to make that decision before entering the drive thru, not after.
I was in a Tim Horton's drive thru line and some guy in a Jeep Wrangler was getting impatient and started honking.

I have no patience for impatient people. Wait-
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jaybeeg wrote: Trust me, you want those machines to be sterile.

The thing I don't like about these promos is that the prices are like Apple's. A Sundae is twice the price of a cone, simply because it has 3 cents of sauce poured on it.
eh minimum wage is like $15 an hour now. costs rise
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danzerino wrote: That does not change much. If the employees dont wear mask and just talk droplets can be on the ice cream since its not covered. Extremely dangerous
Isn’t it the same with any food preparation? Not just limited to ice cream?

Not denying the risk you identified, just wondering why it’s specific to ice cream.
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jarfgames wrote: Maybe they will add some extra paper around the cone to protect it from contamination?
danzerino wrote: That does not change much. If the employees dont wear mask and just talk droplets can be on the ice cream since its not covered. Extremely dangerous
They should do it like how they sell ice cream cones from convenience stores in Japan. The whole thing is covered by a hard plastic shell (bottom half of the shell holds the cone, top half covers the ice cream). I think I remember it was only $1.25 too. Damn I miss that.
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It may be nostalgia, but I love these McDonalds hot fudge sundaes more than the ones from real ice crease stores.
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s7r1k3r wrote: The only problem is who wants to wait 1 hr in a drive thru line to get a $1 cone.
Ya that sucks... and then you find out they don't serve people on bikes Face With Tears Of Joy
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