The giveaway — part of a national promotion announced by McDonald’s this week — begins at 1 p.m. and will be held at the McDonald’s at 3805 Northlake Blvd. in Palm Beach Gardens. The Palm Beach Gardens restaurant is one of 9 McDonald’s locations in the state participating in the giveaway.
Customers must say the special code phrase — “There’s a Big Mac for That” — in order to get one of the free bottles.
Quantities are very limited.
The giveaway is part of a national promotion. Information on how to get a bottle in other parts of the country can be found here.
For customers who aren’t in a location convenient to the designated restaurant, there will also be a chance to win a bottle by following McDonald’s on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. McDonald’s will be hosting a live giveaway across each of these channels on Jan. 26 at 1 p.m. Central Standard Time.
The national giveaway comes after McDonald’s last year revealed its newest creations — larger and smaller versions of the Big Mac.
The Mac Jr. and Grand Mac burgers will be available through March 20 while supplies last.
* One amateur playing position in the Saturday Pro-Am
* One premium gift packages provided by The Honda Classic
* One invitation for the Pairings Breakfast & Awards luncheon
* Two Saturday Waterford Club credentials
* One Saturday Valet Parking Pass
* Two nights hotel accommodations at the Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa (double occupancy standard room and tax only)
“This is the chance of a lifetime for any golf enthusiast,” said Jorge Pesquera, the president and CEO of Discover The Palm Beaches, the county’s official tourism marketing organization. “To be able to tee off with a professional, while other pros are competing during such a prestigious golf tournament – our Honda Classic Sweepstakes is a golfer’s dream come true.”
Discover has dubbed Palm Beach County as Florida’s Golf Capital. The county has more than 160 public, private and resort golf courses. The area is also the home of Florida’s first 18-hole golf course, Pesquera said.