Hawaii Mom Blog: McDonald's of Hawaii Chicken Egg Hunt of 2021




April 2, 2021

McDonald's of Hawaii Chicken Egg Hunt of 2021

Disclosure: The below is a sponsored post.
To celebrate the launch of the new Crispy Chicken Sandwiches (Crispy, Spicy, Deluxe), McDonald's of Hawaii is hosting a Chicken Egg Hunt on Easter Sunday!

The details:

● On Easter Sunday, April 4, 2021 McDonald’s of Hawaii will host the “Chicken Egg Hunt of 2021” to celebrate the recent launch of its Crispy Chicken Sandwiches! 

● All 73 Hawaii restaurants will have one Easter egg for customers to find or receive. o Most eggs will be hidden somewhere outside of the restaurant however, some restaurants will distribute their Easter eggs randomly either at the drive-thru or front counter sometime during the day 

● There is no purchase necessary to participate. However, participants need to be at least 18 years of age or be accompanied by a parent or guardian. 

Easter Eggs/Prizes 

● All of the eggs come in a variety of colors and are sealed with a sticker depicting a McDonald’s food item. (Big Mac. Happy Meal, McFlurry, Fries or McCafe cup) ● There are two types of eggs: 

o Large gold eggs (5.5 inches high). Good for two Crispy Chicken Sandwich coupons and one $100 Arch Card 

o Small eggs (3 inches high) in assorted colors. Good for two Crispy Chicken Sandwich coupons and one $10 Arch Card 

Redeeming the Egg 

● To redeem, bring the egg into the restaurant and ask to speak with a manager. o Please bring a photo I.D. and fill out a sweepstakes form with your contact information 

o The manager will then provide the Crispy Chicken Sandwich coupons and Arch Card

If you find an egg, be sure to share it and use the hashtags:

#McDonaldsofHawaii #MCDHawaiiCrispyChicken #CrispyJuicyTender

Happy hunting!

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