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McDonald’s Will Now Deliver to Your Lazy Self

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The tri-state area is getting in on the fast food delivery

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McDonald’s in Times Square
McDonald’s in Times Square
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In a city where getting excellent, fast, and cheap delivery is already easy, McDonald’s is trying to regain relevance by adding the service in the tri-state area, starting right now. Back in January, Mickey D’s partnered with UberEats to test out delivery in Florida. It apparently did well, because the transportation company will now be delivering Big Macs and the likes in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut, and beyond.

The entire menu is available, minus soft serve cones, and will be delivered from the participating store closest to you. While McDonald’s has been available for delivery through Postmates and DoorDash — where fees can rack up to more than the cost of a meal at McDonald’s — UberEats is often a more affordable option with a flat $5 delivery fee.

Not everywhere is getting delivery just yet, but participating counties include Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Nassau, and Westchester in New York; Fairfield in Connecticut; and Bergen, Essex, Hudson, and Passaic in New Jersey. Chicago, Los Angeles, and Miami are also in on the delivery rollout.

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