McDonald’s has already tried delivering Quarter Pounder combo meals using Uber in Florida and now the fast-food restaurant it ready to expand this option. So if you love Mickey D’s, check this out.
McDonald’s will launch its delivery option in more cities before the end of June, still powered by UberEats.
That original testing phase included 200 locations in Florida, and we don’t know where the delivery option is headed to next. Hopefully to a place near you. The details will come soon. In the meantime McDonald’s is trying to perfect the process of accepting orders, finding the right packaging for deliveries and other “operational challenges.”
Delivery isn’t the only change that McDonald’s is making for diners in 2017. The company also began testing mobile ordering and payments in March, a feature of its app that’s currently available for 400 locations in Chicago, California, Washington state and the DC area. The plan is for every location to have the mobile ordering system eventually. According to McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook, restaurant redesigns and digital options like mobile ordering are top priorities over the next two years. Now we just have to find out where it will be delivering to next. Customers should love this.