At the point when we thought cheap food’s large name associations arrived at their pinnacle, Mickey D’s placed the visit with it most recent teammate: Cynthia Lu’s Cactus Plant Flea Market brand.
For their linkup, McDonald’s hopes to bring back that energy Happy Meal gave us as children during those intriguing events where our folks offered us the renowned youngster’s dinner, rather than advising us that there’s food at home as they rode past the restaurant.
And thus, the Cactus Plant Flea Market x McDonald’s Happy Meal was born.
Fit for all ages — in fact making this the very first grown-up situated Happy Meal — CPFM’s extraordinary McDonald’s menu incorporates the decision of a Big Mac or 10-piece chicken strips feast, which accompanies a beverage and those hit-or-miss fries — all bundled inside a restricted version cooperative box (anticipate that even the unfilled boxes should be flipped for resale online).
Like any youngster well disposed Happy Meal, CPFM’s grown-up form normally accompanies one of four collectible toys. Clients might be welcomed by one of the three twofold peered toward forms of McDonald’s long-term characters or CPFM’s own smiley figure. Coincidentally, did you realize its name is Amigo? The more you know.
Indeed, it’s cool to see McDonald’s mascots transformed into extraordinary animals on account of Lu. Be that as it may, nothing will beat those occasions when Beanie Toys, Hot Wheels, and My Little Horse collectibles were holding up inside the golden arched box.
Now for Cactus Plant Flea Market lovers who could care less about a heaping burger and salty fries, there will indeed be calorie-free merch up for grabs, which will release in tandem with the meal box.
The collection — some collaborative tees and hoodies — will only be available during a particular time slot on the CPFM x McDonald website from October 3 at 11 a.m.
However, Mickey D’s fans who purchase the CPFM box through the restaurant’s app will also get the chance to win weekly merch drops and grand prizes like a two-eyed chair inspired by McDonald’s Grimace figure.