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One guy managed to go viral this year with his plea to a fast food chain for some free “nuggs.” But on Wednesday, McDonald’s is spreading the Chicken McNuggets love around, offering Seattle-area customers a promotion through its McDelivery service on the Uber Eats app.

Customers can get a 10-piece order of McNuggets at no charge, and pay just the $4.99 booking fee for using the service. The menu item usually costs around $4.49.

McDelivery on Uber Eats is available at over 120 participating McDonald’s restaurants throughout Seattle and 7,800 restaurants in 47 countries around the world, the company said in a news release. The service, which GeekWire tested earlier this year, is part of the restaurant giant’s ongoing efforts to integrate digital conveniences into the modern customer experience.

“The launch of McDelivery has proven to be successful in our mission to put choice back in the hands of our customers, and is just one of the many ways we are raising the bar at McDonald’s,” said David Santillanes, McDonald’s owner-operator in a statement.

McNuggets nuts who go for the deal on Wednesday can get two dipping sauces with McNuggets that are delivered straight to their door. The promotion runs from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., while supplies last.

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