McDonald’s S’pore Selling Vanilla Cones At Just 50 Cents from 4pm to 5pm at all Dessert Kiosks (from 15 May 2024)

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McDonald’s Singapore Sweetens Afternoons with ‘Cone Hour’

In a move that’s sure to delight dessert lovers across the island, McDonald’s Singapore has announced a tempting offer that’s hard to resist. For a limited time, customers can enjoy the classic Vanilla Cone for just 50 Cents—a significant drop from the usual price of $1.

The promotion, dubbed ‘Cone Hour’, will run every Monday to Friday from 4pm to 5pm at all McDonald’s Dessert Kiosks islandwide. This exclusive deal is not applicable on the eve of Public Holidays and Public Holidays, ensuring weekdays are a little sweeter for everyone.

McDonald’s Dessert Kiosks have long been a spot where happiness begins, and with ‘Cone Hour’, they’re set to become even more popular. Whether it’s the classic cones or the indulgent McFlurry®, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. And now, with Vanilla Cones available at a steal, there’s even more reason to visit.

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McDonald’s encourages everyone to take advantage of this offer and add a moment of joy to their afternoons. The ‘Cone Hour’ is poised to become a much-anticipated part of the week for many Singaporeans.

For those looking to locate their nearest Dessert Kiosk, visit their website here to find out where you can grab your next sweet treat.

Mark your calendars, as ‘Cone Hour’ is set to begin soon, and it promises to be an event that dessert aficionados won’t want to miss.

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