There's a chance to get your hands on a replica of the Travis Scott action figure featured in a recent McDonald's commercial that was created for Cactus Jack's debut album "Rodeo."
The collectible item won't be sold at the fast-food chain's restaurants with the Travis Scott Meal or online. It's available only through a Twitter sweepstakes McDonald's announced Friday.
Five action figures that wear "a custom Cactus Jack outfit" will be given away through the contest, which ends at 9 a.m. EDT Sunday.
To be entered in the contest, quote tweet this post from @McDonalds, with “Cactus Jack sent me to @McDonalds #CactusJackSweepstakes”
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According to the contest's fine print, no purchase is necessary to enter. Find the official rules at www.travisscottformcdonalds.com.
🌵 rare, handcrafted & numbered @trvisXX action figures 🌵— McDonald's (@McDonalds) September 25, 2020
quote tweet this post with “Cactus Jack sent me to @McDonalds #CactusJackSweepstakes” for a chance to win 1 of 5. and ICYMI, the Travis Scott Meal is only $6 in our App pic.twitter.com/8HqyAxxYEo
The Travis Scott Meal for McDonald's is available at participating restaurants nationwide, but to get it for $6, it has to be ordered through the chain's mobile app through Oct. 4.
Look under "deals" on the app, and this is listed as a "daily deal," and the fine print says, "Unlimited redemption allowed per campaign. Max redemption allowed 1 times per day."
The $6 collab meal features a Quarter Pounder with cheese, bacon and lettuce, a medium order of fries with BBQ sauce and a Sprite.
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