McDonald's Launches All-Day Breakfast Tomorrow, Free Uber Delivery Today

Tomorrow, October 6, McDonald's will launch all-day breakfast.

By far the most anticipated change in the way the fast-food giant does business, breakfast will be offered at McDonald's all day throughout the country. The announcement was tested in San Diego last year to rave reviews, and the nationwide launch was announced in early September.

Today, you can get a leg up on your McMuffin fix with Uber. The ride-share app has announced it will deliver breakfast in Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties free today for a limited time.

To get in on the action, simply request your free breakfast between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. by using the code LOVINIT!. 

If you are connected to a driver, you'll receive an Egg McMuffin and a swag bag of surprise goodies for free. Some lucky riders may also get their treat delivered by Ronald McDonald himself. Uber is expecting high demand, so be patient and keep trying if you can't get connected the first time around.

The promotion is limited to 432 breakfasts, with an approximate retail value of $5 per breakfast, so not everyone who logs into the app will get a meal. Recipients will be chosen randomly, and Uber drivers will accept on-demand delivery requests one-by-one. That means that when you send a request, your Uber driver will stop at a participating McDonald's to pick up a fresh breakfast each and every time one is requested. 

In addition to your treat, Uber South Florida will donate $2 to Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Florida for every breakfast delivered today.

If you can't score your free breakfast today, all-day breakfast officially begins tomorrow at all McDonald's locations. And although the menu is limited, most favorite breakfast items are available, including:
  • McMuffin sandwiches
  • Egg McMuffin
  • Sausage McMuffin with egg
  • Sausage McMuffin
  • Breakfast platters
  • Hotcakes with sausage
  • Hotcakes
  • Sausage burrito
  • Fruit 'n' yogurt parfait
  • Fruit 'n' maple oatmeal
  • Hash browns

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Laine Doss is the food and spirits editor for Miami New Times. She has been featured on Cooking Channel's Eat Street and Food Network's Great Food Truck Race. She won an Alternative Weekly award for her feature about what it's like to wait tables.
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