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Here’s How to Get a Free McFlurry at McDonald’s

A McFlurry swirled with brownie chunks and caramel sits on top of a wooden table.
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Have you ever accidentally attempted to drink a melted McDonald’s McFlurry out of its infamous spoon? If so, this now entitles you to one free McFlurry.

McDonald’s is launching its new Caramel Brownie McFlurry by giving free ones to those who have ever mistaken the spoon for a straw—so, everyone.

On May 4, you’ll see an offer code in the McDonald’s app that allows you to order a free McFlurry to pick up at your local restaurant. You can only get one and only on that date.

If you miss that particular deal, though, you’ll get another chance. May 3-9, you can get a free McFlurry if you make an order of $15 or more for delivery on Uber Eats.

The new McFlurry officially launches May 3 and features a vanilla soft serve base, brownie pieces, and caramel topping all blended together. Chad Schafer, senior director of culinary at McDonald’s, said the new McFlurry was inspired by warmer weather.

“As our fans rejoice in the changing of the seasons, we’re excited to give them a new way to enjoy our most iconic dessert,” Schafer said in a press release. “In fact, the flavors in our new Caramel Brownie McFlurry are inspired by that first-warm-day-of-the-year feeling.”

Can’t wait until May for a sweet treat? This mason jar ice cream recipe is very McFlurry-esque.

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Shea Simmons is an Atlanta-based writer who has written about everything from whether Crisco is a good moisturizer to how to KonMari your space. Her work has appeared in Bustle, My First Apartment, and Make It Grateful. Read Full Bio »

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