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McDonald's Is Testing Home Delivery in Australia

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McDonald's is extending its trial of a home delivery system in Australia. According to New Zealand website Stuff, the program is (seriously) called McDelivery, and was first launched in New South Wales. The golden arches have confirmed that it will test the service in other parts of the country like Queensland and Western Australia later this month. According to Business Insider, Aussies have to order at least $25 AUD ($23.20 USD) of Big Macs in order to place a delivery order. There is also a $5 AUD ($4.64 USD) delivery fee, and the option is only available between 6 and 9 p.m.. McDonald's Australia, one of the chain's four biggest markets, appears to be testing out all kinds of new innovations to keep consumers interested: Their latest ad campaign revolves around crowd-sourced burgers.

· Home Delivery Takes Off [Stuff]
· McDonald's Starting Home Delivery [Business Insider]
· All McDonald's Coverage on Eater [-E-]

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