This post was sponsored by McDonald’s, but all words and opinions are 100% my own. See my disclosure policy.
Image credit: Twitter user @becca_boo66.
In case you missed when I shared this last week, through Valentine’s Day McDonald’s is offering random customers across Indiana and the country, to pay for their food or beverage with a little show of “Lovin'”, instead of out of their wallet.
Think it’s not real? Check out McDonald’s Tumblr page, and Twitter as well, for photos from happy, real life customers.
Here’s their Superbowl commercial in case you missed it:
Visit any central Indiana McDonald’s (or participating restaurants nationwide) between the hours of 6am-6pm through February 14, 2015 and you just may be one of the lucky recipients that gets to Pay with Lovin’!
From selfies, hugs, to high fives, calling your mom … McDonald’s has a bunch of fun ways to express your Lovin’!
To continue that spirit of giving, McDonald’s has provided me with a most awesome prize pack to give away to one lucky Chaos Is Bliss reader!
One winner will receive a McDonald’s Pay With Lovin’ Prize Pack including:
McDonald’s reusable tote bag
Cool McDonald’s gear
$10 McDonald’s Arch card
1 Month’s worth of Happy Meal “Be Our Guest” cards
1 Week’s worth of McCafé® “Be Our Guest” cards
How to Enter:
Comment on this post with how you share the lovin’ with those around you (PG-rated, please!).
Optional bonus entries:
Share this post with your Facebook friends, and comment to let me know you’ve done so.
Follow Chaos Is Bliss on Twitter, and tweet the following message (copy/paste), then comment back here with a link to your tweet.
Sharing the love of @MyIndyMcDonalds and @ChaosIsBliss10.
I want to win this #IN giveaway! http://bit.ly/1zHbVWk
Contest is open to Indiana residents ages 18 and over. No purchase necessary. Ends 2/14/15 at 11:59pm.
Increase your chance of winning! Visit these other awesome #McDsIndyMoms for more chances to win:
If you missed my money-saving tips this morning on Indianapolis’ B105.7, here’s the rundown!
National Frozen Yogurt Day is this Friday! Fill your bellies with a free scoop from Menchie’s and BOGO at Orange Leaf Yogurt. As always, check with your local store to make sure they’re participating.
The Entertainment Book, full of coupons on restaurants, retailers and entertainment, well it’s on sale for only eight bucks AND it ships free, but this special sale ends tonight! The regular price is $35.
Mcdonald’s Pay with Lovin’ campaign kicks off this week, if you missed their Superbowl commercial basically random customers are chosen between 6am and 6pm now through Valentine’s Day, and after they place their order they can choose to pay with lovin’ instead – it could be a fist bump with the cashier, do a little dance, high five, you get the idea. Be sure to check back here at Chaos Is Bliss next week for a giveaway I’m hosting, to show you I love you too!
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The Ronald McDonald House Charities is a global non-profit organization that strives to create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and well being of children.
Forty years ago, the very first Ronald McDonald House opened its doors. To recognize this milestone, RMHC of Central Indiana has launched 40 Years. 40 Days. 40 Organizations. This campaign provides central Indiana residents with the opportunity to nominate local non-profit organizations that benefit the well being of children for a grant of up to $4,000.
To nominate an organization you feel is deserving, visit 40 Years of Giving to complete a grant application. Grants will be awarded through 12/22/14.
And in case you missed my Instagram post from my Fall Break trip, I showed my support of the RMHC:
After a career in advertising and marketing, I am now a work-from-home mom of three. Always a deal seeker, I slowly took my basic couponing skills to the next level and began sharing tips with my friends. Chaos Is Bliss started in late 2010 to share ideas and money-saving deals to help families save not just on groceries, but all around the house.