McDonald's is Selling 67 Cent Hamburgers in Mississauga This Week
If you love McDonald's hamburgers, you'll want to stop by a location in Mississauga on Wednesday to get one for less than a dollar!
In celebration of McDonald's Canada's 50th anniversary, the fast food giant is selling their classic hamburgers for 67 cents plus tax on Wednesday, August 16, 2017, from 11 a.m.-7 p.m.
McDonald's opened their first location in Canada in 1967, and they've already launched new initiatives like All-Day Breakfast and McDelivery to celebrate.
The 67 cent hamburgers are limited to three per customer in-restaurant purchase only and while supplies last
"It's amazing to think that a single BC location that started in 1967 has grown to over 1,400 restaurants across Canada," said John Betts, President and CEO, McDonald's Canada. "This is a true testament to what the passion, spirit and support of guests, franchisees and employees can do. Looking ahead, we're excited about our future and continuing to share special moments, like today, with Canadians from coast to coast."
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