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Just Eat confirms McDelivery service to start tomorrow

Just Eat has confirmed that McDonald’s McDelivery will be available from tomorrow,  Wednesday 11 November.

People will be able to order from McDonald’s on Shop Street starting tomorrow tomorrow, and from Westside Shopping Centre and Headford Road Retail Park from next Wednesday.

A total of 49 locations across Ireland will be available to order through Just Eat by 25 November.

“We’re thrilled to be launching our partnership with McDonald’s and making McDelivery available to our Just Eat customers right across Ireland,” said Amanda Roche-Kelly, Managing Director Just Eat Ireland.

“Significantly expanding the delivery areas for McDonald’s lovers nationwide, as the traditional sit-in McDonald’s restaurants remain closed, this partnership will also serve up a sense of normality in our customers routines, despite all the change and worry outside people’s doors at the moment.

“With the Just Eat app now downloaded over 2.5 million times, we’ve expanded our courier network in anticipation of the growing demand for takeaway delivery, but also in support of our restaurant partners as we adapt to our changed reality and the continued demand from our customers for great tasting fresh food delivered straight to their door.”

The McDelivery service, in partnership with Just Eat will be available from participating McDonald’s restaurants from 7am – midnight, seven days a week. Opening hours may vary by location.

Michael Malone
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