McDonald's Saipan recently introduced its Arch Card, the new and easy way to buy any of the store's menu items for customers who prefer a cashless payment option.
Arch cards, which replace the outdated gift certificates, are available in denominations of $5, $10, $25, and $50, are reloadable and do not expire, and come in three colorful designs, said general manager Marcia Ayuyu.
She said customers can just swipe their Arch Card on the machine when they place their food order at any of the two McDonald's Saipan locations.
The card can also be used for drive-thru transactions, and that patrons can check their card balances.
The world's largest hamburger chain formally launched the Arch Card in the U.S. mainland in 2005 and customers have since embraced the convenience the reloadable card brings.
Ayuyu said that the Arch Card makes a great gift for the holiday season and other occasions. Additionally, it can be used in McDonald's outlets in other states and territories.
She emphasized, however, that Arch Card holders must take care of their cards since these do not have any security features and can be used by anyone who get a hold of the cards.
Ayuyu said McDonald's Saipan also offers a number of promotions but only for a limited time.
Customers who purchase a Big Mac meal will receive a $1-off coupon for use at all participating Saipan Mobil gas stations. The coupon requires a minimum of $15 gas or diesel purchase.
Mobil customers who fill up $25 worth of fuel in a single transaction will receive a McDonald's 6-piece Chicken McNuggets voucher.
McDonald's Saipan has also brought back the Monopoly game, which is now on its 20th edition and will run until Oct. 22.
The game can be played in multiple ways for a chance to win your favorite menu items and other prizes. Players can win instantly by peeling game pieces from select menu items or they can collect property sets available in game pieces for a chance to win up to $1 million in cash or one of 20 2013 Fiat 500 Sport Hatchback.
For more information, call McDonald's Express in Garapan at 233-8577, the main branch on Middle Road at 235-8577, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.