The fast-food chain will soon be giving its loyal customers the chance to win the fabled McDonald's McGold Card, which awards the lucky victor free McDonald's for life. Starting this Friday, the burger giant will be giving one lucky victor that opportunity, launching a sweepstakes for an extremely rare McGold Card which bestows upon the holder the equivalent of free McDonald's for the rest of their life. The victor will receive a gift card via the McDonald's app with $1,000 that can be used to get the food.
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McDonald's is kicking off a new contest that will result in a lucky victor bumping the Amex from their wallet in favor of a new Gold Card. McDonald's says the victor will be drawn at random and be notified within two days.
To enter, customers can order a meal using the McDonald's app between August 10 and 24.
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At a ceremony introducing The Gateway Arch in 1965, McDonald's gave out the first McGold Card to the mayor of St. Louis, MO that awarded a lifetime of free McDonald's. After that period, one victor will be chosen at random to receive this McGold Card which will be presented in the form of "up to two meals per week for 50 years, awarded as a $1,000 credit on winner's McDonald's App and $35,400 cash, plus $15,600 to offset taxes on the prize, awarded as a check for $51,000". The prize comes in the form of a $1,000 credit on the McDonald's app, $35,400 in cash and $15,600 to offset taxes. They'll also receive a 24-carat gold-plated phone cased etched with their name.
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