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Fwd: Open this email and find out how to win an iPad and an iPhone




-----Original Message-----
From: McDonald's <McDonalds@email2.mcdonalds.co.uk>
To: derekkissach <derekkissach@aol.com>
Sent: Mon, 26 Oct 2015 6:18
Subject: Open this email and find out how to win an iPad and an iPhone


Try the new Sausage & Bacon Sandwich
     The Limited Edition Sausage & Bacon Sandwich Can't see this email? View it online
M LIMITED EDITION SAUSAGE & BACON SANDWICH SAUSAGE
OR
BACON?
Right now at McDonald's you can have both.

Our limited edition Sausage & Bacon Sandwich with a pork patty and three slices of bacon is a great way to start the day.

It's available for a limited time at your nearest restaurant every morning until 10:30am.
Find out more
iPad OR iPhone?
WIN BOTH
To celebrate this mouth-watering breakfast pairing, we're giving you a chance to win another great combination. Take our short survey and you could win a shiny new iPhone 6S (16GB) and an iPad Mini 4 (64GB). 10 lucky runners up will also win 1 of 10 Urbanz Speakers.
Enter here*
*Prize Draw Terms and Conditions apply


†Last date to enter is 29th October 2015. You must be 18+ to enter.

iPhone 6S and iPad Mini 4 provided by McDonald's – The "iPhone 6S" prize comprises a 16GB Apple iPhone 6S in Space Grey with 4.7-inch HD Retina display, USB power adaptor and Lightning USB cable. The "iPad Mini 4" prize comprises a 64GB Apple iPad Mini 4 in Space Grey with 7.9-inch HD Retina display, Wi-Fi connection, USB power adaptor and Lightning USB cable.

Served before 10.30am until 24th November 2015. Subject to availability.

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