Great news for those who love McDonald’s. Starting this week, the chain’s “Cactus Jack” meal will be sold for only $6, and it will come featuring singer Travis Scott’s favorite items from the menu: a quarter-pounder with cheese, bacon, lettuce, onions, pickles, ketchup, and mustard; medium fries and barbecue sauce; and a Sprite.
The meal itself will be available for only a limited time. But in addition to the food, the collaboration will include merchandise, such as t-shirts, shorts, hats, hoodies, and more.
Perhaps the strangest merchandise item that has come from this collaboration between McDonald’s and the rapper is the fact that there will be a 36-inch Chicken Nugget body pillow sold for $90 on the website shop.travisscott.com. If you do happen to buy it, expect a shipping delay of 9 to 12 weeks.
never knew I needed a cactus jack chicken nugget body pillow until today pic.twitter.com/zWrWvylnai
— ♥ very rare gus ♦ (@capnsaveahood) September 9, 2020
There are already plenty of people who are eagerly anticipating their McNugget pillow orders, or at least fantasizing about buying one in the near future.
@capnsaveahood tweeted, “Never knew I needed a cactus jack chicken nugget body pillow until today.”
I bought a nugget body pillow
Highlight of 2020 pic.twitter.com/3a326I8Pcu
— Meowmi Sensei 🐼 (@Meami_Ami) September 9, 2020
Meanwhile @Meami_Ami stated that they’d bought one, calling it the “highlight of 2020.”
i need 1 good reason not to buy the nugget pillow pic.twitter.com/lwe1TXAkQU
— % (@nvmahra) September 10, 2020
And @nvmahra wrote, “I need 1 good reason not to buy the nugget pillow.”
The U.S. chief marketing officer for McDonald’s, Morgan Flatley, has already shared that it’s been a big success so far. Flatley called it “exciting” to be teaming up with Scott for the collaboration.
Some of the other items that will be available for purchase are a Cactus Jack vintage metal lunch box valued at $45 and a life-size cutout of Travis Scott which can be bought for $65. What do you think of this collaboration? Let us know!
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