McDonald’s Japan Collaborates with Fate/Grand Order for Holiday Season

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McDonald’s Japan and Type-Moon have announced a Christmas-themed collaboration with the Fate/Grand Order mobile game for the holiday season. The campaign began on November 29, 2023 and will run until Christmas Day on December 25, 2023. 

During the campaign, fans can purchase items from McDonald Japan’s value set and save their receipt for a chance to win either an exclusive portrait art piece or a specially designed McDonald’s card.

The collaboration was teased earlier in the week by McDonald Japan’s Twitter account with the silhouettes of two  Fate/Grand Order Servant characters

Three different designs for the portraits and cards will be offered throughout the campaign and will change weekly. Each of them showcases the Fate/Grand Order characters in their Santa Claus and holiday-themed clothing. The characters featured in the portraits and cards include:

  • • First Week: Artoria Pendragon and Nightingale (November 29 to December 7)
  • • Second Week: Karna and Quetzalcoatl (December 8 to December 16)
  • • Third Week: Attilia the San(ta), Martha, and Jeanne d’Arc Alter Santa Lily (December 17 to December 25)

The cards will have the same designs as the portraits and fans can win two of them if they’re lucky. A total of 10 lucky winners will have the chance to win the portraits each week and 1,000 winners will have a chance to win the cards. 

More details about the campaign rules, regulations, and prize entries can be found on the event’s main home page. Value set receipts that were purchased with coupons or apps are still eligible for the campaign. Photos of the receipts should show it in full and have a resolution of 1,600 by 1,200 pixels when they are submitted. Breakfast combo purchases are excluded from the campaign. 


Source: McDonald’s Japan Official Twitter, Anime News Network

William Moo is a freelance writer who has previously written for OTAQUEST and MANGA.TOKYO. He also contributes work to the website Yatta Tachi. He enjoys watching lots of anime every season and reading from time to time. You can follow him on Twitter @thewriterSITB.
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