McDonald’s recently bought back its famous Monopoly last month, which sees customers win free food as well as prizes. After being postponed last year due to the pandemic, some people have complained that their stickers have expired.
“Consumers must see the website or ask in restaurants to find details of all rescheduled enter-form/until dates and claim or redeem prizes-by dates.”
Customers should ignore the dates seen on the stickers as they will still be valid.
New expiry dates:
– Collect to win non-food prizes: Old date June 4, 2021, new date November 11, 2021
– Collect to win food prizes: Old date May 18, 2021, new date October 19, 2021
– Instant win non-food prize or discount: Old date June 4, 2021, new date November 5, 2021
– Instant win food or Just Eat vouchers: Old date May 18, 2021, new date October 19, 2021
– Instant win discount voucher (excluding Just Eat) old date August 31, 2021, or earlier, new date January 31, 2022
– Online game: Old date May 5, 2021, new date October 15, 2021
Like many other companies, the fast food chain is experiencing food shortages and milkshakes are off the menu for customers.
The popular drink is currently unavailable across outlets in England, Scotland and Wales.
A spokesperson said: “Like most retailers, we are currently experiencing some supply chain issues, impacting the availability of a small number of products.
“Bottled drinks and milkshakes are temporarily unavailable in restaurants across England, Scotland and Wales.
“We apologise for any inconvenience, and thank our customers for their continued patience. We are working hard to return these items to the menu as soon as possible.”
In a statement, McDonald’s added the issues resulted from “the nationwide shortage of HGV drivers.”