While 2019 has a lot going on for it, we know that 2020 will be an even bigger year, be it for games, TV, movies… and McDonald’s.
On 1 January 2020, McDonald’s Singapore will be bringing back two very popular items to its menu — the legendary Curry Sauce Bottle and the Spicy Chicken McNuggets.
The Spicy Chicken McNuggets will be be available a la carte from S$5.00 (6pc), S$6.55 (9pc), and S$12.70 (20pc) respectively, available at all McDonald’s outlets islandwide via McDelivery or GrabFood.
Alternatively, you can get them as part of the Happy Sharing Box C with 12pc Spicy Chicken McNuggets and 8pc McWings, from S$12.85.
There’s also the Spicy Chicken McNuggets Feast (from S$10.30), which comes with 9pc Spicy Chicken McNuggets, Medium fries, the returning Peach McFizz, as well as the brand-new Mango Passionfruit Pie. This set will be available at all outlets islandwide, as well as McDelivery and GrabFood.
As for the Curry Sauce Bottle, it will go for S$5.50 a la carte with any purchase of Spicy or Non-Spicy Chicken McNuggets, Extra Value Meal, Feast or Happy Sharing Box at all outlets islandwide while stocks last.
In case you need a refresher on how to best make use of the Curry Sauce Bottle, we’ll share McDonald’s very own guide that they released earlier this year:
If you want the best of both worlds and then some, there’s also the Sharing Bundle (S$32.90), which comprises of 20pcs each of Spicy and Non-Spicy Chicken McNuggets (that’s a whopping 40 McNuggets total), with the Curry Sauce Bottle. This bundle will only be available via McDelivery and GrabFood, while stocks last.
Oh yes, we haven’t forgotten the new Mango Passionfruit Pie, which will also be available from New Year’s Day onwards.
It will be available from S$1.50 at all outlets and McDonald’s Dessert Kiosks islandwide while stocks last.
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